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MicSuds Car and Truck Wash will be donating $1.00 from every wash on Fridays in February to the CDC.

Dairy Queen will be collecting coins during the entire month for the CDC.

Zoo Food will be doing their part to help out the CDC with $1.00 of every bag of dog food sold on Saturdays going towards the cause.

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On February 27 and 28 the Great Canadian Oil Change will be giving $1.00 from each wash, $3.00 with each oil change, and $5.00 for every transmission flush to the CDC.

Also supporting the CDC is the Hair Bin 20 per cent of their retail sales on March 7 going towards the $100,000 goal.

Booster Juice is lending a hand by giving 10 per cent of sales on February 21 to the CDC

Scotia Bank will have a number of activities throughout the month that will be going to support the CDC.

Anyone wanting to contribute to the $100,000 goal can contact Penny Gagnon at 250-785-3200.

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