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Garage sale supports shelter foundation

Calleigh Thicke, 4, found something she liked on Saturday at the Royal LePage garage sale at the Penticton curling rink. Proceeds from the sale go to the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, which supports women
Calleigh Thicke, 4, found something she liked on Saturday at the Royal LePage garage sale at the Penticton curling rink. Proceeds from the sale go to the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, which supports women's shelters and programs that end violence against women and children.
— image credit: Joe Fries/Western News
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