The 2019 Holiday Light-up for the Food Bank took place on Nov. 29th, this year in Halkirk, supporting the Castor Foodbank. Hundreds of people toured the property, donating a pick-up truck full of food. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor Food Bank receives donations from the Halkirk Light-up event on Nov. 28th

In addition to the food, the event raised over $150 for the Food Bank as well

Castor Food Bank Manager Sue Goodkey accepts a pick-up truck full of donated food from Kerri and James Pothier. The food was raised from the Halkirk Light-up on Nov. 28th. In addition to the food, the event raised over $150 for the Food Bank as well. “This is about the best I’ve ever seen,” said Goodkey.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

The 2019 Holiday Light-up for the Food Bank took place on Nov. 29th, this year in Halkirk, supporting the Castor Foodbank. Hundreds of people toured the property, donating a pick-up truck full of food.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

In addition to the food, the event raised over $150 for the Food Bank as well

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