Money to women’s health: Over the course of the year Shoppers Drug Mart staff collect donations from customers for Ponoka FCSS’s Growing Women’s Health account. On Dec. 20 the store presented FCSS with a cheque for $9,338. In the last seven years of the program, Shoppers has donated $39,592 in total to the account. Pictured (l-r) is Ed Seto, store manager; Jenn Wigston and Crystal Denney, assistant store managers; Christie Hunter, cashier manager; Akeela Hunt, cosmetics manager and Doug Gill, FCSS chairperson. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTO: Ponoka FCSS spirit of giving

Ponoka’s FCSS handed out several donations to community groups

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ponoka’s FCSS handed out several donations to community groups

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