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Random heroes…Masked man Justin Nygaard, along with other members of the Kelowna Ford Lincoln Do-Righters, cleaned up the yard at the Harmony House for Woman Wednesday. The work was part of an ongoing series of random acts of kindness spearheaded by the local auto dealership to encourage goodwill throughout the community. - Sean Connor/Capital News
Random heroes…Masked man Justin Nygaard, along with other members of the Kelowna Ford Lincoln Do-Righters, cleaned up the yard at the Harmony House for Woman Wednesday. The work was part of an ongoing series of random acts of kindness spearheaded by the local auto dealership to encourage goodwill throughout the community.
— image credit: Sean Connor/Capital News

A little good will goes a long way.

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