THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Port McNeill RCMP were fundraising alongsideNorth Island rep hockey players at the Cram the Cruiser event.

PHOTOS: Port McNeill ramps up their holiday cheer

View the photo gallery of a number of Christmas events in Port McNeill.

Port McNeill had a few Christmas events last weekend, Dec. 1-2, throughout the town. Local police were out in IGA’s parking lot collecting donations for Harvest Food Bank in their annual Cram the Cruiser. The Old School hosted a Christmas Showcase where a number of vendors sold their crafts, snacks and other goods to North Island locals. Throughout the day the local hockey team and the Salvation Army also collected donations in their fundraising efforts.

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THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Many tables were set up to sell local crafts and goods.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Port McNeill’s Christmas Showcase held a variety of different vendors.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Port McNeill’s Christmas Showcase was busy last Saturday, Nov. 1.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Cram the Cruiser collected food and money donations for Harvest Food Bank.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO The Grinch collected donations for kettle campaigns.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Hockey teams fundraised for upcoming tournament.

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