BBBS holds first annual camp night

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Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) held their first annual camp night earlier this month. The event was a success, judging by the many smiles on the faces of little sisters and brothers. BBBS has been in the area for 40 years and offers seven free-mentoring programs to children between the ages of 6 and 16 years. Pictured are Monica, Carilynne Hebert (Big Sister), Savannah and Trinity . — supplied photo Hefty donation for new centre

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John Poulin (left), from Economical Insurance, recently presented a $10,000 donation to the Cornwall Community Hospital Foundation. The funds will be used towards the new Community Addiction and Mental Health Centre. Pictured accepting the donation is Amy Gillespie (second from right) of the Cornwall Community Hospital Foundation. The donation is made in association with Todd Rozon (second from left) of Rozon Insurance Brokers Ltd. Also representing Economical Insurance is Samantha Dhaliwal (right). — supplied photo

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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

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