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A literate load Salmon Arm GM dealership employees Rod Thiessen, Warren Suitor and Ian Gray load a truck full of books collected through the Jam the GM Children’s Book Drive for the Literacy Alliance Society of the Shuswap (LASS). Literacy outreach co-ordinator Jennifer Findlay will sort and distribute the books to children’s organizations throughout the North Okanagan and Shuswap. - James Murray/Observer
A literate load Salmon Arm GM dealership employees Rod Thiessen, Warren Suitor and Ian Gray load a truck full of books collected through the Jam the GM Children’s Book Drive for the Literacy Alliance Society of the Shuswap (LASS). Literacy outreach co-ordinator Jennifer Findlay will sort and distribute the books to children’s organizations throughout the North Okanagan and Shuswap.
— image credit: James Murray/Observer

Salmon Arm GM dealership employees Rod Thiessen, Warren Suitor and Ian Gray load a truck full of books collected through the Jam the GM Children’s Book Drive for the Literacy Alliance Society of the Shuswap (LASS). Literacy outreach co-ordinator Jennifer Findlay will sort and distribute the books to children’s organizations throughout the North Okanagan and Shuswap.

 

 

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