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Robbie Dhillon, principal of  Coal Tyee Elementary School, accepts a new laptop computer for the school from Jasmeen, second from left, Harleen and Gurleen Turna. The girls donated their tips from their familes’ restaurant, Alexandra’s to purchase the computer, and the funds were matched by their father, Bobby Turna. - Photo contributed
Robbie Dhillon, principal of Coal Tyee Elementary School, accepts a new laptop computer for the school from Jasmeen, second from left, Harleen and Gurleen Turna. The girls donated their tips from their familes’ restaurant, Alexandra’s to purchase the computer, and the funds were matched by their father, Bobby Turna.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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