Pharmasave spends for seniors

Pharmasave owners Helen and Jordan Tolton handed over a $1,000 cheque to the Sechelt Activity Centre’s fundraising committee and special events coordinator on Tuesday. The money was raised through the sales of tickets for a 21-speed bicycle and will be spent on the centre’s ongoing renovation project. “Thank you to all our customers and the staff at Pharmasave for their passion and community support,” said the Toltons. From left: Karyn Burney, Heather Waddell, Kit Artus, Joanne Rykers, Helen Tolton, Jordan Tolton, Kathy Turner, Margaret Boyd and Val Galat.

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