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Connor Dobson, 3, stopped into News Bulletin office Thursday to drop off a $100 bill for the Coins for Kids Campaign to buy Christmas presents and food for children from underprivileged families.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Connor Dobson, 3, stopped into News Bulletin office Thursday to drop off a $100 bill for the Coins for Kids Campaign to buy Christmas presents and food for children from underprivileged families.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Connor Dobson, 3, stopped into News Bulletin office Thursday to drop off a $100 bill for the Coins for Kids Campaign to buy Christmas presents and food for children from underprivileged families.

The money was part of a $125 donation to the campaign raised at Nanaimo Seniors Village, which raised an additional $1,200 for food hampers from Loaves and Fishes and the Salvation Army.

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