Scotiabank Vankleek Hill matched funds raised at the Vankleek Hill Food Bank Jamboree, which took place in July. The annual event raised $10,000 for the food bank and featured non-stop entertainment from 3 p.m. until midnight! Accepting the cheque are Jamboree volunteer Richard Charest, The Reverend Robert Martin (Vankleek Hill Food Bank Treasurer), Review publisher Louise Sproule, Scotiabank staff members Ingrid Allen and Lucie Champagne, and Scotiabank manager Sylvain Labrie. Jamboree volunteer Mike St. Denis was absent from the photo. The Vankleek Hill Food Bank Jamboree was presented by The Review and the Windsor Tavern, each of which donate services, and covered a portion of the costs for the event. The matching funds are part of the Team Scotia Community Program, which matches funds raised by eligible community organizations to a maximum of $5,000.
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