Salvation Army benefits from food donation

For the past year East Ladner resident Harlow Burrows, with the help of the community, has delivered a truck bed full of food to the Salvation Army Harbour Light in Vancouver.

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The local farmers who helped with product this year included: Rod Burr from Burr Farms, Brent Kelly from B Kelly Farms, Ed McKim, a vegetable grower in West Ladner, the Burrows Farm and a few pumpkins were added to the truck from Scott Harris at Harris Nursery.

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