Eagle River Secondary teacher James Wagstaff and students hand over a cheque for $480 to Gwynneth Gau for the Eagle Valley Resource Centre food bank. The money was raised during the Nov. 18 Christmas Craft and Trade Fair at the school. Wagstaff and students reached out to local businesses to donate items to be raffled off a the fair. “The response was fantastic and I was pleased to see how local businesses supported the school and the food bank,” said Wagstaff. Photo contributed

Thoughtful initiative

Eagle River Secondary teacher James Wagstaff and students hand over a cheque for $480 to Gwynneth Gau for the Eagle Valley Resource Centre food bank. The money was raised during the Nov. 18 Christmas Craft and Trade Fair at the school. Wagstaff and students reached out to local businesses to donate items to be raffled off a the fair. “The response was fantastic and I was pleased to see how local businesses supported the school and the food bank,” said Wagstaff.

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