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Children from Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg teamed up with local media on Thurs., July 17 at Staples Pembina for the second annual Tools for School Shopping Challenge. The Tools for School campaign, which runs until Sept. 6, raises school supplies for Winnipeg Harvest to distribute to students in need. School tools can be donated at any Staples location and at the Winnipeg Goldeyes game on Aug. 21. (From left) Mary Ray (Staples), Cadin Dupasquier (Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg), LTI (103.1 Virgin Radio Winnipeg), Colby, Connor, Frankie Hollywood (Energy 106), Sterling, Brody Jackson (QX 104), Kaynan, Rebecca Trudeau (Winnipeg Harvest), Chantel Mierau (Winnipeg Harvest), Kelly Parker (Fab 94.3), Jon, Courtney Ketchen (Breakfast Television), Nathan, Samantha Stevens (QX 104) and Keneisha at Staples Pembina.

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