Shari Britton, volunteer at the Sylvan Lake Community Food Bank, and Brenda Lee Cherry, event organizer, meet up to go over donation totals after the town-wide yard sale fundraiser on July 25. Photo by Kaylyn Whibbs/Sylvan Lake News

PHOTO: Fundraiser for Sylvan Lake Food Bank raises over $400

A town-wide yard sale was held on July 25 to raise funds for the Sylvan Lake Community Food Bank

The rain stopped and the sun shined over a town-wide yard sale fundraiser on Saturday.

On July 25, seven addresses participated in the event to help raise money for the Sylvan Lake Community Food Bank.

The event, organized annually by Brenda Lee Cherry, raised a total of $413 as well as seven bags of food for the local food bank.

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