Posted on Oct 15, 2022
More families faced with the increased cost of living and relying on food banks will receive support through $2613 net proceeds from a Ladner Rotary Shred A Thon on October 15, 2022, along with trees to be funded for planting in Ladner's North 40 Park near Boundary Bay Airport. Despite competing with municipal election day local residents and business owners showed up on the property behind Eastlink (Delta Cable) on Ladner Trunk Road. 
Proceeds from the Ladner Rotary October 15th are going to the club's food pantry program at Delta Secondary School for families needing a hand up and to the Deltassist Christmas Hamper program for families to help celebrate the festive season plus the City of Delta tree reforestation program in Ladner's North 40 Park near Boundary Bay Airport
Six members of the Ladner Rotary sponsored Interact Club at Delta Secondary School, here with Ladner
Rotary President Guillermo Bustos, did most of the unloading of boxes and bags of paper for shredding
as it arrived in vehicles