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Kirk Yardley, owner of Island Document Storage and Shredding, shreds some of more than 1,350 kilograms of documents as part of a Crime Stoppers fundraiser Jan. 26. In an effort to promote the prevention of identity theft, Nanaimo Crime Stoppers program held a by-donation paper shredding fundraiser and barbecue in partnership with Save-On-Foods at Terminal Park, raising $1,300. - NIOMI PEARSON photo
Kirk Yardley, owner of Island Document Storage and Shredding, shreds some of more than 1,350 kilograms of documents as part of a Crime Stoppers fundraiser Jan. 26. In an effort to promote the prevention of identity theft, Nanaimo Crime Stoppers program held a by-donation paper shredding fundraiser and barbecue in partnership with Save-On-Foods at Terminal Park, raising $1,300.
— image credit: NIOMI PEARSON photo
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