Mayor Carol Leclerc presents a cheque for $536.80 to Steve Sawatzky from the Terrace Churches Food Bank and Deb Vanderheyden from the Salvation Army for its food bank. The money is the proceeds from the City Council Pancake Breakfast at Riverboat Days. The food banks also received some non-perishable food items. On hand were the sponsors of the breakfast, from left, Daybreak Farms manager Peter Versteege, Save on Foods manager Richard Sproul, Aquaclear office manager Kara Mitchell and city councillor Brian Downie.

Breakfast proceeds go to food banks

City council’s pancake breakfast made more than $1,000 for the food banks

By Margaret Speirs

City council’s pancake breakfast made more than $1,000 for the food banks

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