Terrace RCMP Auxiliary Const. Dwayne Sheppard and Cpl. Shawn McLaughlin outside the Safeway with one of the vehicles in this year's Cram the Cruiser event Dec. 14.

Community crams two cruisers with food bank donations

Terrace RCMP says fourth annual event successfully raised lots of food and money for the local food banks

  • Dec. 17, 2014 7:00 a.m.

The community of Terrace once again managed to cram a police cruiser full of food donations for the Terrace Churches Food Bank and Salvation Army.

And not one cruiser but two vehicles full of food items plus more than $600 in the one-day event.

“A huge thank-you to all the people who donated and a big thank-you to Safeway for supporting this event. I look forward to it each year,” says Auxiliary Const. Deidre Good.

The fourth annual Cram a Cruiser event was held on Sunday, December 14 at Safeway.





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