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Hometown Westside Warrior Max French was one of several players  who volunteered to help out at the WestbankWendy’s during the annual Dreamlift Day on Wednesday. After arriving back from Prince George that morning on the bus, the players exchanged their uniforms and pads for aprons and got to work helping raise more than $100,000 for Sunshine Dreams For Kids.The Wendy’s restaurants throughout the Okanagan and in Kamloops and Salmon Arm more than $100,000 this year to help send children with life-threatening illness to Disneyland for a day.  - contributed
Hometown Westside Warrior Max French was one of several players who volunteered to help out at the WestbankWendy’s during the annual Dreamlift Day on Wednesday. After arriving back from Prince George that morning on the bus, the players exchanged their uniforms and pads for aprons and got to work helping raise more than $100,000 for Sunshine Dreams For Kids.The Wendy’s restaurants throughout the Okanagan and in Kamloops and Salmon Arm more than $100,000 this year to help send children with life-threatening illness to Disneyland for a day.
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