BBBS RECEIVES DONATION – Stettler’s Deacon Barclay, representing the Community Boys Group and In-School Mentoring presents a gift card of $500 to Christel Shuckburgh, Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring coordinator. Barclay had written an essay, which outlined which community group he’d choose to present the $500 gift card to and why, as part of the ‘Kids Paying-It-Forward’ program, and his community group of choice was BBBS. Also seen in the picture is Dawn Roach, co-owner of Stettler Sobeys who presented a cheque of $840 to BBBS, raised through the ‘Canada Screams for Ice Cream’ campaign on Saturday, June 24. Both campaigns were run by Sobeys Inc. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

PHOTO: BBBS receives donation

Sobeys Inc. raises $840 for BBBS.

By Moush Sara John

Sobeys Inc. raises $840 for BBBS.

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