Cops cram it for the food bank

LOCAL POLICE are going to cram it to help out the local food bank.

LOCAL POLICE are going to cram it to help out the local food bank.

“Cram a Cruiser” will see Terrace RCMP Auxiliaries stuff donated food items into a police vehicle at several locations early next month on parade day.

“We are hoping that the citizens of Terrace give generously and help us to cram the new Chevy Tahoe with non perishable food items to help the many families in need,” says auxiliary Const. Shelly Ullery.

Auxiliary officers in uniform will be at the following locations Dec. 10 to collect items and cash donations for the Terrace Food Bank:

Walmart 1 to 2 p.m.

Save On Foods 2 to 3 p.m.

Safeway 3 to 4 p.m.

Skeena Winter Festival 4 to 5:30 p.m.

The crammed police cruiser will then lead the Parade of Lights.

Terrace Scouts will be walking with the police cruiser during the parade to accept donations.

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