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December 17, 2018

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Building community, addressing need

Winnipeg Avengers canvas EK for food bank on Halloween

Members of the Winnipeg Avengers group donated over 560 pounds of non-perishable food items that they collected on Halloween to the Adventist Community Services food bank at 95 Stadacona St. this year. (From left) Team members Maureen Foster, Caroline Dickie, Stephanie Famini, Andrea Lavy, Sarah Famini, Karen Pieper, Cormac Foster, and ACS volunteer co-ordinator Margaret Dobryden.

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Members of the Winnipeg Avengers group donated over 560 pounds of non-perishable food items that they collected on Halloween to the Adventist Community Services food bank at 95 Stadacona St. this year. (From left) Team members Maureen Foster, Caroline Dickie, Stephanie Famini, Andrea Lavy, Sarah Famini, Karen Pieper, Cormac Foster, and ACS volunteer co-ordinator Margaret Dobryden.

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