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Rod Camp, left, Kathy Sullivan, Ian Moore, owner of Big Boys Toys, and Ken Sullivan unload one of two trailers and a motorhome packed with food. Big Boys Toys staff delivered more than 7,100 kilograms of food to Hamperville on Bowen Road Friday to be sorted and distributed in Christmas hampers to help keep food bank shelves stocked into early 2013. - Chris Bush photo
Rod Camp, left, Kathy Sullivan, Ian Moore, owner of Big Boys Toys, and Ken Sullivan unload one of two trailers and a motorhome packed with food. Big Boys Toys staff delivered more than 7,100 kilograms of food to Hamperville on Bowen Road Friday to be sorted and distributed in Christmas hampers to help keep food bank shelves stocked into early 2013.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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