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Firefighters team up with Thrifty's for huge donation to Mustard Seed food bank

Local heroes Saanich firefighters John Musgrave, left, Rob Heppell and Capt. Jerry Tomljenovic shop for groceries Tuesday at Thrifty Foods on Cloverdale Avenue. Firefighters in Saanich, Victoria, Esquimalt and Oak Bay teamed up to make the largest single food donation ever received by the Mustard Seed food bank. Firefighters raised money from a charity hockey game against NHL oldtimers in March. Thrifty’s matched the donation for a total of $20,000 in non-perishable foods. - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Local heroes Saanich firefighters John Musgrave, left, Rob Heppell and Capt. Jerry Tomljenovic shop for groceries Tuesday at Thrifty Foods on Cloverdale Avenue. Firefighters in Saanich, Victoria, Esquimalt and Oak Bay teamed up to make the largest single food donation ever received by the Mustard Seed food bank. Firefighters raised money from a charity hockey game against NHL oldtimers in March. Thrifty’s matched the donation for a total of $20,000 in non-perishable foods.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff
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