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Supporting the fight against diabetes

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(From left) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) regional manager Dorothy Ross, JDRF youth ambassador and Type 1 diabetic Makayla Koropas and Crosstown Civic Credit Union (CCCU) CEO Peter Enns. CCCU presented JDRF with a cheque for $14,654.40 on May 20 at the credit union’s 1450 McPhillips St. location. The money was raised through CCCU’s Shred Day fundraiser on April 26.

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(From left) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) regional manager Dorothy Ross, JDRF youth ambassador and Type 1 diabetic Makayla Koropas and Crosstown Civic Credit Union (CCCU) CEO Peter Enns. CCCU presented JDRF with a cheque for $14,654.40 on May 20 at the credit union’s 1450 McPhillips St. location. The money was raised through CCCU’s Shred Day fundraiser on April 26. Photo Store

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