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Rotary gift provides Stepping Stones for new pathways

Rotary gift provides Stepping Stones for new pathways

OLPH pitches in to help Chris Rose Therapy Centre for Autism

OLPH pitches in to help Chris Rose Therapy Centre for Autism

LION-HEARTED DONATION HELPS BROCK WOMAN MAINTAIN MOBILITY:

LION-HEARTED DONATION HELPS BROCK WOMAN MAINTAIN MOBILITY:

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KTW gobbles up top prize in Turkey Toss

KTW gobbles up top prize in Turkey Toss

Proving it has the best newspaper-tossing arm in the city, the Kamloops This Week team took first place in the second annual Kamloops Turkey Toss on Dec. 10.
Share It Forward

Share It Forward

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Donation will support health-care workers

Donation will support health-care workers

BC Interior Community Foundation steps up with a gift
Kamloopsians continue to donate to support their community

Kamloopsians continue to donate to support their community

Help Kamloops This Week help those in need by donating to the annual KTW Christmas Cheer Fund.
EYE ON COMMUNITY: Charity Calendar

EYE ON COMMUNITY: Charity Calendar

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Cutober in its sophomore season

Cutober in its sophomore season

CUTOBER IN ITS SOPHOMORE SEASON A local man’s hair-cutting fundraiser in support of the Kamloops Sexual Assault Counselling Centre and the Kamloops branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association was held on Oct. 2.
Save-On-Foods fills local food banks with ‘Share It Forward’ program

Save-On-Foods fills local food banks with ‘Share It Forward’ program

Save-On Foods staff Ryan Ogden (left) Jay Smith, Neil Allkins, Brooke Nelson, Ameet Singh present a cheque for $7,620 to Kamloops Food Bank director of resource development Corra Gassner and executive director Bernadette Siracky on Thursday (July 15)