Seedling sale benefits Reach

West Coast Seeds recently presented Reach Child and Youth Development Society with a cheque for $3,750 from this year's seedling sale held last month.

The money will benefit Reach's Building for Children Together project, which is building a child development centre adjacent to the Ladner Pioneer Library.

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"We are so pleased to use our annual Tomato Seedling Sale to raise funds for local charities," said Mark MacDonald, West Coast Seeds' communications manager.

"The work Reach does enhances not only the lives of the youths in its programs, but our community as a whole. We look forward to seeing the new facility, and extend to Reach our best wishes for a vibrant future."

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