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Vector Summerside recently brought in nonperishables and made a donation of $5,000 to the food bank. Taking part in the presentation were: Ken Lecky (from left), Vector’s training facilitator; Neil Abbott, Summerside Salvation Army; and Mark Aitken, director of quality assurance at Vector.
Vector Summerside recently brought in nonperishables and made a donation of $5,000 to the food bank. Taking part in the presentation were: Ken Lecky (from left), Vector’s training facilitator; Neil Abbott, Summerside Salvation Army; and Mark Aitken, director of quality assurance at Vector.

SUMMERSIDE – Vector employees in Summerside were in a generous mood this Christmas as they held a friendly competition between departments.

Each department was asked to fill up boxes with non-perishable food times. The department with the heaviest amount of food weight per person was the winner of an extra special “Coffee Break” just before Christmas. The winning department was Technical Services with a total food weight of 682 pounds. Total food weight collected was 2,010 pounds. Vector also made a donation of $5,000 to the food bank. 

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