(Photo/Ray Daws)

(Photo/Ray Daws)

B.C Hydro Pioneers demonstrate the “power” of giving back

The B.C. Hydro Power Pioneers recently donated $300 to the Agassiz-Harrison Community Services Food Bank.

AHCS Executive Director Grace Admiraal (left) accepted the cheque from Power Pioneers president Pat Daws and Harrison Hot Springs Coun. Michie Vidal. The mouney was raisd throughthe sale of Power Pioneer Heather Mullan’s Sasquatch keychains at their jamboree at Harrison Hot Springs Resort.

The B.C. Hydro Power Pioneers are a group of retired B.C. Hydro employees who support communiites through fundraising for hospitals, schools, non-profits and charities across the province. (Photo/Ray Daws)

Harrison Hot Springs

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