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Skyline's Investor Relations Team Serves Morning Snacks to Hungry Kids!

Posted On December 17, 2013

It was another bright and early morning for Skyline staff, as members of Skyline's Investor Relations team participated in the morning snack program at Ottawa Crescent Public School in Guelph. The program is one of 9 Food and Friends programs at 9 different schools organized by the Children's Foundation of Guelph & Wellington and sponsored by Skyline. This year, $10,000 of funds raised from Skyline's golf tournament went to Food and Friends, ensuring that kids get the nutrition they need to have a happy and productive school day. The Skyline team prepared cream cheese bagels, cheese, fresh apples and veggie bags, and delivered them to the school's classrooms. Baby Hunter, Skyline's newest addition, was happy to supervise everyone's work!


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