Rick McChesney and Bob McMeekin hold up this year’s Charity Angel (Melissa Boutilier /The Northern View)

North Coast jewellery stores sell Charity Angels

18th year that Cook’s Jewellers is selling angels to raise money for the Salvation Army

Over the last 17 years Cook’s Jewellers–with the help of their customers– have been able to raise more than $87,000 for the Prince Rupert Salvation Army through their Charity Angels program. Rick McChesney and Bob McMeekin are hoping to sell out again this year to raise that total even more.

The Charity Angels are available for just $29 at any of the Cook’s Jewellers locations in Prince Rupert, Terrace or Kitimat. All proceeds go towards the Salvation Army.

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