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Linden Loughridge of First Insurance displays one of the many tags used in the Secret Santa campaign. Tags with names of needy children go on trees around the Comox Valley. People take tags and buy gifts to make Christmas for children a little brighter. - Erin Haluschak
Linden Loughridge of First Insurance displays one of the many tags used in the Secret Santa campaign. Tags with names of needy children go on trees around the Comox Valley. People take tags and buy gifts to make Christmas for children a little brighter.
— image credit: Erin Haluschak
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