Cram the cruiser took place on Dec 15, 2018 at Buy Low Foods. it coincided with Buy Low Foods’ one year anniversary. All food donated went to the Salvation Army in Houston for the foodbank. The ambulance, fire department and the Salvation Army staff were all on sight. The Houston community came out in full force and gave enough non/perishable food items to fill the equivalent of a total of ten RCMP cruisers. Buy Low Foods donated an entire huge palette of food items that would definitely fill two vehicles. Plus, there was $2,500 in cash and cheque donations. More on page 14. (Shiela Pepping photo)

Cram the cruiser

Cram the cruiser took place on Dec 15, 2018 at Buy Low Foods. it coincided with Buy Low Foods’ one year anniversary. All food donated went to the Salvation Army in Houston for the foodbank. The ambulance, fire department and the Salvation Army staff were all on sight. The Houston community came out in full force and gave enough non/perishable food items to fill the equivalent of a total of ten RCMP cruisers. Buy Low Foods donated an entire huge palette of food items that would definitely fill two vehicles. Plus, there was $2,500 in cash and cheque donations. More on page 14. (Shiela Pepping photo)

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