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Community thanked for support

Editor, The Record,

The Mission Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society wishes to thank the businesses and individuals who helped to make our fifth annual Robbie Burns Supper and Dance a tremendous success.

On Jan. 26, we toasted the haggis for Cops for Cancer, raising over $10,000 to support pediatric cancer research and Camp Goodtimes. Chef Jason at Cedarbrooke Chateau provided a sumptuous meal. Thanks to all of our generous donors and guests who contributed to a wonderful evening.

The Volunteers of the Canadian Cancer Society

Mission Unit

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