Mount Doug football scrap metal drive

The Mount Doug Rams football team is trying to raise $6,000 for travel expenses through a scrap metal drive.

The Mount Doug Rams football team is trying to raise $6,000 for travel expenses through a scrap metal drive.

Scrap metal can be brought to the Mount Doug school back parking lot on Saturday, June 15 and 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or dropped off all month at Schnitzer Steel depot, 307 David St., referencing Mount Doug Rams football.

The money will go toward transporting the Rams to the Lower Mainland for regular season games.

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