Pennies for Presents donations made this week will benefit Ladysmith families this Christmas

If you get your Pennies for Presents donations in by 4 p.m. this Friday, they will be used to fill this year's Christmas hampers.

Four-year-old Matthew Dovey of Ladysmith drops off a bag full of coins for the Pennies for Presents campaign at the Chronicle office. All the money raised through the Pennies for Presents campaign goes to the Ladysmith Resources Centre Association's Christmas Cheer Fund to help fill Christmas hampers. If you get your donations in this week before 4 p.m. on Fri

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