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Trinity United supports five local charities

From their disbandment, Trinity United Church in Bowmanville made a sizable donation to Durham Hospice – Clarington of $16,100.00. On hand to share the love from LtoR in front: Joan Greenway, Trinity United; Mary Ruth and Doug Moore, Trinity United; Sally Barrie, Trinity United; Shirley McLean, Trinity United; and Marion Timmermans, Durham Hospice – Clarington. Back row LtoR: Neale McLean, Trinity United; Ted Watson, Trinity United; Councillor Willie Woo; Jackie Nixon, Durham Hospice – Clarington; Rod McArthur, Durham Hospice – Clarington, Melodie Zarzeczny, Chair, Durham Hospice – Clarington; and Leo Blindenbach, Durham Hospice – Clarington. Trinity United also gave donations to the Bowmanville Hospital Foundation; Camp Quimolac, Salvation Army Food Bank and to St. Paul’s B-L-U-E, (Building Up Lives Everywhere) Mental Health and Ministry community group.

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