Filled

Janice White presented a box of food to Wilf Snelgrove at Scott’s No Frills Saturday, during the Stuff a Bus campaign.

Janice White with Wilf Snelgrove

Janice White presented a box of food to Wilf Snelgrove at Scott’s No Frills Saturday, during the Stuff a Bus campaign. Buses from Red Deer Catholic School Division were filled thanks to the generosity of Sylvan Lake area residents.

Stuff a Bus is a joint project of the school division and local schools École Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic School and École Mother Teresa Catholic School.

Organizer Wayne Stade estimated over $3,000 worth of food and cash was collected. There were also a number of toys for the Christmas Bureau.

Giving their time at the buses, which were at Scott’s No Frills, Sobey’s and Walmart from 10-6 on Saturday, were Wilf Snelgrove, Velda Regier, Bobbi-Jean Laitila, Michelle Garrett, Kara Price and Wayne Stade.

 

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