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Greg Scott, left, and Erin van Steen, second from the right, from the Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation, receive a $750 cheque from Carolyn Kool, second from the left, and Chrystle Lowe of Kool & Child. The money was raised from sales during Neighbourhood Toy Store Day last month.  - Photo contributed
Greg Scott, left, and Erin van Steen, second from the right, from the Nanaimo-Ladysmith Schools Foundation, receive a $750 cheque from Carolyn Kool, second from the left, and Chrystle Lowe of Kool & Child. The money was raised from sales during Neighbourhood Toy Store Day last month.
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