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Providing some items for the Fill-a-Cruiser campaign, at Zehrs on Saturday, are Neil (R) and Sharon Geoghegan (second to R), with South Bruce OPP auxiliary constables Sheri Sprung (L) and Zoe MacCrostie; helping hand out books, stickers and pins to children, are Melissa Boyle (L) and Savannah O'Donnell

South Bruce OPP auxiliary constables Sheri Sprung and Zoe MacCrostie were on duty at Zehrs in Kincardine on Saturday, accepting non-perishable goods for the Kincardine Food Bank.

It was all part of the Fill-a-Cruiser campaign to ensure the cupboards are stocked for Christmas.

Working with them was Savannah O'Donnell, Grade 8, who handed out books, stickers and pins to children.

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South Bruce OPP auxiliary constables Sheri Sprung (L) and Zoe MacCrostie hand out stickers to Keenan (on the cruiser), 4, Cayden (L), 6, and Myla Evans, 2, of Kincardine

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Joining auxiliary constable Sheri Sprung (R) with some of the donated food are KDSS Christmas Knights Jessica Satosek, Mikhayla Bowes, Laura Mangotich and Wes Elmes


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