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Sort-a-thon success

More than a dozen Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino staff and families – including pitcher Brenda Henning (left) and catcher Peggy Udall – joined in the annual corporate Sort-A-Thon competition at the Surrey Food Bank on Feb. 16. - Boaz Joseph / Black Press
More than a dozen Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino staff and families – including pitcher Brenda Henning (left) and catcher Peggy Udall – joined in the annual corporate Sort-A-Thon competition at the Surrey Food Bank on Feb. 16.
— image credit: Boaz Joseph / Black Press

More than a dozen Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino staff and families – including pitcher Brenda Henning (left) and catcher Peggy Udall – joined in the annual corporate Sort-A-Thon competition at the Surrey Food Bank on Feb. 16.

Ten competing teams throughout the day were given 90 minutes each to sort through eight skids of food donated over the holidays.

The winning team was Envision Financial, which sorted their skids in 1 hour, 13 minutes. The teams sorted 67 skids overall.

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