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The Lions' share

Ingrid Johnston, president of the Sooke Food Bank accepts a $1,000 cheque from the president of the Sooke Lions Club Steve Wright. - Britt Santowski
Ingrid Johnston, president of the Sooke Food Bank accepts a $1,000 cheque from the president of the Sooke Lions Club Steve Wright.
— image credit: Britt Santowski

Ingrid Johnston, president of the Sooke Food Bank, happily accepts a cheque in the amount of $1,000 from Sooke Lions Club  president Steve Wright.

 

A front page article in the Sooke News Mirror on the crisis facing the food bank has resulted in a tremendous outpouring of generosity from the people in Sooke and area.

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