The Leafs are chipping in at the team’s Recycling Centre to raise funds for the Nelson Food Cupboard. Recycling Centre employee Isaiah Henderson (far left) and manager Greg St. George (far right) are seen here with the team. Back row L-R: Ryan Keilty, Jaiden LaPorte, Jack Karran, Brent Headon, Ethan Land, Michael LeNoury and Sam Burford. Front row: Logan Wullum, Ethan Beattie, David Sanchez, Ryan Cooper, Nicholas Wihak, Josh Williams, Sawyer Hunt, Michael Bladon and Jackson Zimmerman. Photo: Tyler Harper

Nelson Leafs to run bottle drive in support of Nelson Food Cupboard

The event will be on Saturday, Dec. 9.

‘Tis the season and the Nelson Leafs want to do their part in lending a hand to people in need in our community.

The Leafs will be running a bottle drive in support of the Nelson Food Cupboard on Saturday, Dec. 9.

The depot will have Juice FM broadcasting onsite from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as well as having players from Leafs to help collect donations and meet and greet the public. Save-on Foods employees will also be serving food and refreshments.

The Nelson Leafs Recycling Centre is across from Nelson Ford down by Cottonwood Park.

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