Terrace RCMP Invite You to Cram A Cruiser -- And Spread Christmas Cheer

John Crawford

Members of the Terrace RCMP, as well as auxiliary members and other partner groups, will be out this weekend, collecting donations for local food banks through their annual "Cram A Cruiser" event.

Constable Crystal Evelyn says it's one of her favourite events of the year, and gives everyone an opportunity to share the spirit of the Christmas season with those who are struggling to put food on the table.

Evelyn says, just as they did last year, the cruisers will be parked at Save-On Foods, Safeway and the Real Canadian Wholesale Club Saturday from noon to 3pm.

[PHOTO:  Terrace RCMP Cram-a-Cruiser event -- CFTK]

"We'll be asking people to open their hearts and their grocery bags, and donate some food items -- non-perishable items and even things like potatoes and that sort of thing -- anything to help feed people over the holidays and then we'll be taking them to Terrace area food banks  -- we do accept cash donations as well -- sometimes people like to do that so that the food banks can go and purchase anything that they might find that they didn't get a lot of" she explained.

Last weekend, the RCMP in Kitimat hosted their "Cram a Cruiser" event at Kyle's No-Frills, and together with Bell Media's Gareen Ball, raised over 75-hundred dollars in cash donations, as well as enough grocery items to fill 20 shopping carts.

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