Brian Schaal, general manager of Copper Point Golf Club (left) presented Lawrie Mack, chair of the Columbia Valley Food Bank, with a cheque for $3,756.58, which was the amount of cash donated to the Food Bank to go along with the ‘ton’ of food at the recent Feed the Valley event. Submitted photo

Feed the Valley tally

Final amount raised almost $3,800

Final amount raised almost $3,800

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