Tribune advertising sales representative Dawn Carignan and Tribune receptionist Lynn Bolt show off envelopes still available to be won in exchange for a donation of food for the Salvation Army. So far, the Tribune’s Food and Toy Drive has raised $1,575 in cash plus 2,009 pounds of food and toys for the Salvation Army. (Williams Lake Tribune)

Williams Lake Tribune’s Food and Toy Drive continues

Come by our office and drop off non-perishable food items, cash or a new toy for the Salvation Army

If road conditions kept you from attending the Tribune’s Food & Toy Drive last Saturday afternoon there is still time to come by our office and drop off non-perishable food items, cash or a new toy for the Salvation Army.

In return, you may choose an envelope off of our Christmas Tree and delight with a gift card from one of our many participating merchants.

Read More: Generosity abounds at Tribune’s Food and Toy Drive

Come soon as we only have a limited supply of gift cards remaining.


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