SANDY GRENIER PHOTOS The Rotary Club of Port Hardy and its members donated $6400 to the Gazette Hamper Fund this year!

Rotary Club of Port Hardy gives the Hamper Fund a big donation

Port Hardy Rotary has donated more than $6000 dollars to the hamper fund for 2017

The Port Hardy Rotary Club and its members donated a whopping $6,400 dollars to the Gazette Hamper Fund this year.

The donations were collected from Rotarians, and the Rotary Club itself matched $2,500 dollars in donations.

Thanks so much Port Hardy Rotary!

The Gazette Hamper Fund is still collecting donations to meet its 2017 financial goal of $40,000. Donations can be made at the North Island Gazette Office at #3-7053 Market Street in Port Hardy (P.O. Box 458) as well as online at www.blackpress4good.com.

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