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A group effort benefits KCDCPosted: August 3, 2012
It was a group effort during the Sam Steele Days Pancake Breakfast at the Baker Street Mall. Brenda Blair (owner of Sears), Rob Osbaldeston (manager for Giant Tiger) and Connie Dobson (owner of Impalla Security Services Inc.) all came out to lend a hand to the Kootenay Child Development Centre volunteers during the breakfast.
“I was delighted that the pancake breakfast was such a huge success that resulted in this donation of $1,080 to the Kootenay Child Development Centre,” stated Blair. “I was happy to flip pancakes for such a good cause,” added Osbaldeston.
This was the second year the Baker Street Mall tenants donated the funds raised from the pancake breakfast to the centre. The Kootenay Child Development Centre staff feels very fortunate to have such supportive neighbors.
Kootenay Child Development CentreTags: Baker Street MallBrenda BlairConnie DobsonGiant TigerImpalla Security ServicesKootenay Child Development CentreRob OsbaldestonSam Steele Days Pancake BreakfastSears
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