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Save-On-Foods staff members Malorie Graham, left, and Heather Langlois with volunteer Jamie-Lee Miller, watch the results of Graham’s turn at the prize wheel in front of Save-On-Foods Terminal Park store Friday.  - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Save-On-Foods staff members Malorie Graham, left, and Heather Langlois with volunteer Jamie-Lee Miller, watch the results of Graham’s turn at the prize wheel in front of Save-On-Foods Terminal Park store Friday.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Save-On-Foods staff members Malorie Graham, left, and Heather Langlois with volunteer Jamie-Lee Miller, watch the results of Graham’s turn at the prize wheel in front of Save-On-Foods Terminal Park store Friday.

A chance to win grocery certificates worth hundreds of dollars and a by-donation hotdog barbecue were part of a fundraiser the store hosted for B.C. Children’s Hospital.

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