Smoky River FCSS’s annual ‘Drive Away Hunger’ event

Pictured above is the Grade 3 French class at Ecole Routhier making their donations to the Smoky River FCSS food drive. At far left is their teacher, Jenny St. Jean, and in no particular order are Kendra St. Jean, Callie Giroux, Liseanne Lepage, Morgan Therrier, Keegan Wurban, Max Therriault, Josyanne Aubin, Blake Brulotte, Grady Blanchette, Brianna Robbins, Alanah Dubrule, Taylor Dumont, Caleb Morin, Ian Hicks, Marshall Reed, Teagan Bouchard and Paisley Marchildon. They collected approximately 90 items for the food drive. Other groups made their deliveries to the FCSS van, too.

Mac Olsen
Express Staff

Members of Smoky River Family and Community Support Services and the local office of Farm Credit Canada were on hand outside the Falher IGA on Oct. 2 to host a barbecue and collect food and other items for the needy.

They sold hamburgers for $5 each, or two hot dogs for $5, and each included a soft drink. The money they collected will go towards the FCSS’s ‘Drive Away Hunger’ campaign.

They also accepted food donations, and the FCSS’s van filled quickly with food and other items. If you would still like to make a donation, call (780) 837-2220.

Members of Farm Credit Canada and the staff at Smoky River Family and Community Support Services volunteered to serve hamburgers and hot dogs to the public, outside the Falher IGA at lunch time on October 2. In the photo above, left-right, are Dani Young (FCC), Karen Tytula (FCC), Terry James (FCC), Crystal Marschner (FCSS), Tanya Yaremko (FCC), Barb Hussey (FCC) and Ariane Cote (FCC). The cost was $5 for a hamburger and soft drink, or $5 for two hot dogs and a soft drink. All the proceeds will go to ‘Drive Away Hunger’ fundraising campaign.

 

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