TUNING IN FOR THE FOOD BANK Proceeds from the Cowichan Valley Autos sixth annual music trivia tournament and two extra nights of 50-50 contributions during the regular Friday night music trivia events hosted by Jeff Harrison and Stephen Parson at the Horseshoe Bay Inn in Chemainus amounted to $2,556 for the Harvest House Food Bank. On hand for the official presentation from left: Leah Pickering, Cowichan Valley Autos owner Brian Pickering, Jan Aikman (Food Bank Manager), Holly Burnett, Jeff Harrison, Stephen Parson and Greg Powers. (Photo submitted)

Music trivia proceeds benefit Harvest House food bank

I saw so much food, there was water coming from my eye: Leo Sayer

Don Bodger

The Courier

I saw so much food, there was water coming from my eye: Leo Sayer

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