Cram the Cruiser set for this Saturday

Terrace RCMP auxiliary constables continue their tradition of collecting cash and food items for the Terrace Churches Food Bank

Terrace RCMP auxiliary constables continue their tradition of collecting cash and food items for the Terrace Churches Food Bank at Walmart from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, Dec. 14.

Auxiliary constables and other RCMP staff will be collecting donations to Cram the Cruiser full to help feed those in town who need a little extra help at this time of year.

All kinds of non-perishable food items are needed and that includes baby food and diapers too for the youngest ones.

A top 10 list of food items needed include canned fish/meat, such as tuna, ham, turkey; meals in a tin, such as pork ‘n’ beans or stew; canned fruits and vegetables; healthy cereals, hot or cold; large cans of powdered baby formula; whole grain pasta and rice; pasta sauces; canned and dry soups; peanut butter and macaroni and cheese.

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