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Lynne Valette, second from left, back row, and Krista Bajkov, third from left, back row, of the Nanaimo Scotiabank branches, present the Nanaimo peewee female Clippers with a cheque of $1,000. The donation goes toward travel costs for the team’s league games on the Lower Mainland. - Photo contributed
Lynne Valette, second from left, back row, and Krista Bajkov, third from left, back row, of the Nanaimo Scotiabank branches, present the Nanaimo peewee female Clippers with a cheque of $1,000. The donation goes toward travel costs for the team’s league games on the Lower Mainland.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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