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LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO SINGING SUCCESS: The Salvation Army got another $300 plus some food and presents this week thanks to a group of concerned residents. Layne Collinsion, who works at Butlers at the Mansion, invited the public to enjoy homemade Bernard Callebaut hot chocolate supplied by Crown Mansion and some Quality Food cookies while listening to herself and other carollers last week in exchange for food or cash for the Salvation Army. Here, General Manager Karen Hedley (right) hands over the goods to the Salvation Army’s Lisa Clason. - Lissa ALEXANDER PHOTO
LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO SINGING SUCCESS: The Salvation Army got another $300 plus some food and presents this week thanks to a group of concerned residents. Layne Collinsion, who works at Butlers at the Mansion, invited the public to enjoy homemade Bernard Callebaut hot chocolate supplied by Crown Mansion and some Quality Food cookies while listening to herself and other carollers last week in exchange for food or cash for the Salvation Army. Here, General Manager Karen Hedley (right) hands over the goods to the Salvation Army’s Lisa Clason.
— image credit: Lissa ALEXANDER PHOTO

The Salvation Army got another $300 plus some food and presents this week thanks to a group of concerned residents. Layne Collinsion, who works at Butlers at the Mansion, invited the public to enjoy homemade Bernard Callebaut hot chocolate supplied by Crown Mansion and some Quality Food cookies while listening to herself and other carollers last week in exchange for food or cash for the Salvation Army. Here, General Manager Karen Hedley (right) hands over the goods to the Salvation Army’s Lisa Clason.

 

 

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