True Grain Bread on 10th Street downtown has announced the prize winners from their Grand Opening draws last year.The grand prize winner of Free Bread for a Year is Corinne Kerr of Union Bay.Three winners of $100.00 gift baskets are May Brush, Andrena Koch-Schulte and Mary Weiller.10 winners of $25 True Grain gift cards are Riki Jager, Rachelle Cormous, Marlene Hood, Jim Bouwsema, Madelein Smit, Audrey Greve, Danielle Witty, Barb Weed, Gail Wolverton, and Chris Ouellette. Congratulations go out to all the prize winners from Managers Brittany Evans and Tracy Marks. “We look forward to seeing you all in 2018” said Marks. Pictured is True Grain manager Tracy Marks and grand prize winner Corrine Kerr.

Giving Back, Feb. 15, 2018

The Comox Valley Record wants to recognize the many contributions, donations, and volunteer efforts that make our community a better place to live. Email your photos and submissions to


Courtenay and Comox Shoppers Drug Mart presented YANA Comox Valley with the proceeds, raised locally, by the two stores as part of the Shoppers Drug Mart Growing Women’s Health campaign. Pictured left to right: Jeff Matell, Ocean Varney YANA, Tim Englehardt, Dominique Cheslock

Erica Roy, Captain of the Blazing Paddles Dragon Boat Team presents a cheque for $1,000 to Beverly Campbell of the Comox valley Head Injury Society. The funds were raised by donations from the Blazing Paddles team members.

The Salvation Army Comox Valley Ministries would like to thank our friends Duane, Janet , Keith from Gee & Associates Private Wealth Management for their generous donation of $1,100 to The Salvation Army Christmas Hamper program 2017. Many local families are blessed each year from these Heroes of Hope.

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