Fountain change from Tsawwassen Mills goes to a good cause

Tsawwassen Mills’ fountain change was recently donated to a good cause.

Mills has been collecting donations from their Fish Icon fountain all year and recently presented a bucket full to the B.C. Blind Sports and Recreation Association.

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The B.C. Blind Sports and Recreation Association is a not-for-profit of individuals who are blind, visually impaired, deaf-blind, or are blind and have additional disabilities; and their families and other supporters. Their services are provided throughout the province and are available to individuals of all ages.

Taking part in the presentation are (from left) Ayesha Qureshi, Tsawwassen Mills public and community relations coordinator, Carm Kampff, marketing director, Jan Blain, executive director for B.C. Blind Sports & Recreation Association, Susan M. Flanagan, member services coordinator at B.C. Blind Sports & Recreation Association and Kristina Shier, Tsawwassen Mills marketing and tourism director.

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