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Nelson pavers help out Salvation Army

December 4, 2012 - Kirsten Hildebrand photo
December 4, 2012
— image credit: Kirsten Hildebrand photo

Selkirk Paving and Nelson Ready Mix staff donated $600 to the Salvation Army Food Bank last week. Management purchased gift cards for employees for Christmas and a percentage goes to help the local charity. (From left to right) Save-On Foods store manager Ron World, Robin Borrows of the Salvation Army and Selkirk Paving and NRM’s Tony Maida. Last year, their donation went to the outdoor skatepark effort.

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