Make a dent at Salvation Army’s food drive

Organizers will be at Westside Village Save-on-Foods on Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. collecting donations

The Salvation Army will be at Westside Village Save-on-Foods tomorrow (Sept. 15), collecting much-needed food donations from 1 to 5 p.m.

The Making a Dent food drive is being held across the province to help stock up on non-perishable food. Locally, the Stan Hagen Centre for Families will benefit from the food and cash donations.

The following food items are best for the food bank’s needs: canned fruit, canned veggies, soup, rice, canned meat (tuna, ham), beans, peanut butter, diapers, pasta, pasta/tomato sauce, hamburger helper, cereal, cookies, dry cake mix.

The Victoria Citadel Band will be performing from 2 to 3 p.m., and Sally Ann will also be on location throughout the afternoon.

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