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Rob Anderson, of the Nanaimo Salvation Army, left, accepts 250 kilograms of cut and wrapped beef from Patricia Johnston, second from left, Carolyn Johnston and Keith Etty of COCO Café. The café, in Cedar’s 49th Parallel shopping complex, provides meaningful employment and integration for local adults with developmental disabilities. - Photo contributed
Rob Anderson, of the Nanaimo Salvation Army, left, accepts 250 kilograms of cut and wrapped beef from Patricia Johnston, second from left, Carolyn Johnston and Keith Etty of COCO Café. The café, in Cedar’s 49th Parallel shopping complex, provides meaningful employment and integration for local adults with developmental disabilities.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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