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10,000 Tonight exceeds target

Lead organizer for 10,000 tonight Rachael Brown, celebrates reaching their goal and then some along with hundreds of volunteers at the Belmont School gymnasium where they collected 15,451 items. - Arnold Lim/News staff
Lead organizer for 10,000 tonight Rachael Brown, celebrates reaching their goal and then some along with hundreds of volunteers at the Belmont School gymnasium where they collected 15,451 items.
— image credit: Arnold Lim/News staff

If you ever wondered, this is what more than 10,000 non-perishable food items looks like.

Belmont students went door-to-door collecting food from every home in Colwood and Langford on Dec. 1.

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