FOOD BANK SUPPORT The Summerland Kinsmen Club has donated $500 to the Summerland Food Bank and Resource Centre. the donation was made on June 21. From left are Ingrid Wuensche, food bank inventory manager; Frederik Numsen, president of Summerland Kinsmen Club and Hal Roberts, resource coordinator at the centre. (Photo submitted)

Summerland Kinsmen provide support to food bank

Donation of $500 was made on June 21

The Summerland Kinsmen Club has donated $500 to the Summerland Food Bank and Resource Centre. The donation was made on June 21.

From left are Ingrid Wuensche, food bank inventory manager; Frederik Numsen, president of Summerland Kinsmen Club and Hal Roberts, resource coordinator at the centre.

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