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Save-On Foods/Red Cross distribute water to Likely residents this morning

Save-On Foods, in conjunction with the Canadian Red Cross are donating 18,000, 500ml bottles of water and 1,440, four-litre bottles of water to residents in Likely this morning.

These bottles will be distributed to Likely residents in need at 8:45 a.m. at the Likely Community Hall, reports the Cariboo Regional District.

The Central Cariboo Search and Rescue and the Canadian Red Cross will be on hand to distribute the water based on addresses.

Residents will need to present proof of address to ensure everyone receives their entitlement (a driver’s license or a utility bill).

No early birds please!

The Cariboo Regional District thanks Save-On Foods and the Canadian Red Cross for this generous donation and for being an excellent corporate citizen.

For accurate and up to date information, please visit the Cariboo Regional District`s Emergency Operations Facebook page at facebook.com/CRDemergencyoperations or the CRD website at cariboord.ca.

A public information line has been established at 250-398-5581 during Emergency Operations Centre operating hours.

 

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