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Rebecca Niamath, of Nanaimo North Town Centre, second from left, presents staff of Nanaimo Community Hospice Society with a cheque for $3,000. The money was raised during the inaugural Mid-Island Antique Fair and Road Show earlier this month. Hospice provides support to individuals and families facing end-of-life issues in the community.  - Photo contributed
Rebecca Niamath, of Nanaimo North Town Centre, second from left, presents staff of Nanaimo Community Hospice Society with a cheque for $3,000. The money was raised during the inaugural Mid-Island Antique Fair and Road Show earlier this month. Hospice provides support to individuals and families facing end-of-life issues in the community.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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