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Community organization, business partner to help local breakfast programs

Accepting the donations from Sue Gallant, of the Kinettes, and Daryll Munn, manager of Domino's, on behalf of the schools are Lori Leard, left, her sons Harper and Wilson, and Athena Consolidated School vice-principal, Janice Doyle, right.
Accepting the donations from Sue Gallant, of the Kinettes, and Daryll Munn, manager of Domino's, on behalf of the schools are Lori Leard, left, her sons Harper and Wilson, and Athena Consolidated School vice-principal, Janice Doyle, right. - Millicent McKay

Local Kinette's Club partner with Domino's to gather non-perishable breakfast and snack items for a handful of Summerside schools

SUMMERSIDE – In honour of Kin Kindness week, the local Kinette’s Club partnered with Domino’s to gather non-perishable breakfast and snack items for a handful of Summerside schools. With the donation of a food item, Domino’s customers received a large, three-topping pizza for a discounted price and a free cheesy bread. Over 100 boxes of cereal, packages of juice, granola bars and other items came in to support the schools’ breakfast programs. Accepting the donations from Sue Gallant, of the Kinettes, and Daryll Munn, manager of Domino’s, on behalf of the schools are Lori Leard, left, her sons Harper and Wilson, and Athena Consolidated School vice-principal, Janice Doyle, right.

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