Food for thought

Nichole Strickland [left] and Melissa Sloos, owners of Coast Fitness, donated the basket they won for a door prize (from Safeway) at Powell River Chamber of Commerce Business Awards to Apple A Day, a local non-profit that provides food to families in need. The organization works with Family Place giving Good Food Boxes every month and emergency funds when needed.

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