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Hub City Lions Club and Canadian Tire donate three child car safety seats to the Crossroads Crisis Pregnancy Centre.  - Photo contributed
Hub City Lions Club and Canadian Tire donate three child car safety seats to the Crossroads Crisis Pregnancy Centre.
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Hub City Lions Club and Canadian Tire donate three child car safety seats to the Crossroads Crisis Pregnancy Centre.

From left: Kirsten Emmanuel, executive director of Crossroads, Anita Newby, Renae Barr and Renee Thomas, from the Lions Club, and Quinlyn King, from Canadian Tire’s sports department.

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