Top shelf Players take part in a novel street hockey game in the parking lot at Saanich Plaza on Blanshard Street. A program called Five Hole for Food set up a series of games across Canada to help increase donations to local food banks. The July 8 stop in Victoria was the second last of the 13 city tour. To participate

Five Hole for Food goes top shelf in Saanich

A program called Five Hole for Food set up a series of games across Canada to help increase donations to local food banks. The July 8 stop in Victoria was the second last of the 13 city tour. To participate, players needed to donate food to the charity.

A program called Five Hole for Food set up a series of games across Canada to help increase donations to local food banks. The July 8 stop in Victoria was the second last of the 13 city tour. To participate, players needed to donate food to the charity.

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