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aren Hovestad, of Auto Check Automotive, left, presents Rose Davidson, president of Kiwanis Sunrisers of Nanaimo, with $200 collected during Auto Check’s Seeing Clearly to Help Others headlight adjustment campaign. The campaign also raised $400 for Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank and $300 for Nanaimo Haven Society. - Photo contributed
aren Hovestad, of Auto Check Automotive, left, presents Rose Davidson, president of Kiwanis Sunrisers of Nanaimo, with $200 collected during Auto Check’s Seeing Clearly to Help Others headlight adjustment campaign. The campaign also raised $400 for Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank and $300 for Nanaimo Haven Society.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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