PHOTO: Making masks, feeding the hungry

Ponoka resident donates over $4,000 to Ponoka Food Bank

Masks make money for food bank: Ponoka resident Dean Fraser sewed a total of 423 face masks, with 100 per cent of the proceeds marked for the Ponoka Food Bank. She recently made her donation to the food bank of $4,250, along with 65 masks. Fraser says she will continue to make masks, with a portion of the proceeds going to a community agency. Photo submitted

Ponoka resident Dean Fraser sewed a total of 423 face masks, with 100 per cent of the proceeds marked for the Ponoka Food Bank. She recently made her donation the food bank of $4,250, along with 65 masks. Fraser says she will continue to make masks, with a portion of the proceeds going to a community agency. Photo submitted

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