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Fast Eddy bottle drive

June 03, 2015 - 1:39 PM

KAMLOOPS - Fund for the Run! Bottle Drive on June 6 is a fundraiser for Fast Eddy, who is running across Canada - There and Back - for Breast Cancer and Alzheimer's fundraising.

Please contact to volunteer we need you. Please press join on the June 6 Facebook events page and invite your friends.

June 6 at 9:30 a.m. meet inside Tim Hortons in Aberdeen, 1120 Rogers Way Kamloops, B.C. Permits, maps, agenda will be handed out for the June 6 site, Aberdeen West and Pineview.

Remember you can collect bottles and deliver them to any General Grant's in Kamloops where all you have to do is drop them off for the Fast Eddy account and they will count the refundables and collect the money. Thanks to General Grant's locations.

Remember to email if you need bottles picked up.


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