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Cariboo Pulp employees donate $2,500 to Voice for North Cariboo Seniors

The cash will go towards purchasing groceries for seniors in need

Cariboo Pulp & Paper employees Rio Dinu, left, and Dale Regner, right, present a cheque for $2,500 to Voice for North Cariboo Seniors president Peter Nielsen, centre. Employees of the mill raised the money through its silent auction over the month of December. The cash will go towards buying fresh produce and groceries for seniors in need in the Quesnel area.

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