Cram a Cruiser helps food banks

TERRACE RCMP auxiliary officers were out yesterday to collect food and cash donations for their Cram a Cruiser campaign.

TERRACE RCMP auxiliary officers Consts. Shelly Ullery and Dwayne Sheppard collect items for the Cram a Cruiser campaign at Walmart yesterday

TERRACE RCMP auxiliary officers were out in full force yesterday to collect food donations for their Cram a Cruiser campaign for the Terrace Churches Food Bank and Salvation Army emergency food bank.

Two officers were at each of the four locations – Walmart, Safeway, Save on and the Real Canadian Wholesale Club – to accept food donations and money.

Originally the officers were then going to walk along the Parade of Lights route with the cruiser and with the local scouts to collect any more donations from people but with the cancellation of the parade, that wasn’t possible.

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