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Prince Rupert’s Wal-Mart donated $1,000 to the North Coast Health Improvement Society on April 30, with assistant manager Jaime Stephens, centre of cheque, handing the donation over to the society.  - Martina Perry photo
Prince Rupert’s Wal-Mart donated $1,000 to the North Coast Health Improvement Society on April 30, with assistant manager Jaime Stephens, centre of cheque, handing the donation over to the society.
— image credit: Martina Perry photo

Prince Rupert’s Wal-Mart donated $1,000 to the North Coast Health Improvement Society on April 30, with assistant manager Jaime Stephens, centre of cheque, handing the donation over to the society.

From left back; president Rick McChesney, back centre, secretary Kim Nicholls, director Shaun Thomas, vice-president Lisa Thomas and director Stefan Delloch.

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