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Doug Martin, left, Jack McGougan, Ian Moore, Big Boys Toys owner Ed McDonald and other volunteers unload more than 4,200 kilograms of food to stack Hamperville shelves Thursday.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Doug Martin, left, Jack McGougan, Ian Moore, Big Boys Toys owner Ed McDonald and other volunteers unload more than 4,200 kilograms of food to stack Hamperville shelves Thursday.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Doug Martin, left, Jack McGougan, Ian Moore, Big Boys Toys owner Ed McDonald and other volunteers unload more than 4,200 kilograms of food to stack Hamperville shelves Thursday.

Big Boys collected more than 6,100 kg of food for Christmas hampers in Nanaimo and Parksville during its annual campaign to fill its motorhome with food for underprivileged families.

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