Tribune Food and Toy Drive this Saturday

The Tribune's annual Food and Toy Drive is coming up this Saturday, Dec. 15.

Saturday, Dec. 15

Tribune Food and

Toy Drive

 

 

The Tribune’s Annual Food and Toy Drive for the Salvation Army’s Food Bank and Christmas cheer program happens this Saturday, Dec. 15 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Bring new toys or non-perishable food items to the Tribune office at 188 North Second Avenue and exchange your donation for a prize envelope sponsored by one of 50 participating local businesses.

For more information on all of the participating businesses supporting the project pick up the Thursday edition of the Tribune.

The edition will include a last-minute gift guide by participating businesses, along with a list of donated prizes.

In addition to numerous gift certificates there are prizes such as a jacket, ski goggles, fleece vests, security monitoring and more.

Cariboo GM will once again be there with a fleet of new trucks to deliver all the donations to the Salvation Army.

 

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