Tuesday November 25, 2014


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Two donations from Knox United


(L-R) Warm Welcome shelter hospitality director Terrie Banks, Estevan Salvation Army Lieutenant Brian Bobolo and Knox United Church board member Barry Harris participated in cheque presentations on January 24. Harris presented cheques for $2,500 each to Warm Welcome and the Salvation Army. He said both organizations are very important to the community, and that Knox United, which is based in North Portal, wants to assist the homeless and the underprivileged in the Estevan area.




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