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Nelson realtors make a real difference

February 28, 2013 - photo submitted
February 28, 2013
— image credit: photo submitted

The RE/MAX RHC Realty sales associates and staff recently held a Community Food Drive at the Chahko Mika Mall to collect food and cash donations in support of both the Nelson Food Cupboard and the Nelson Salvation Army programs.

The two-day effort was a great success raising $1,310 in cash and groceries. Accepting the donations pictured above are Major Robin Burrows (far left) and Dave Sprague (far right) of the Salvation Army and Anna Kirkpatrick (front, second from right) of the Nelson Food Cupboard as well as representatives of RE/MAX RHC Realty including Glen Darough, Paul Shreenan, Lorne Westnedge, Brady Lake, Trina Walsh, Lisa Cutler and Tad Lake.

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