The convoy makes its way through Abbotsford on Saturday. (Jerusalem Amosha/Black Press)

VIDEO & SLIDESHOW: Fraser Valley Auto Mall Food Drive

Highlights from the 11th annual event

For the 11th time, a convoy of vehicle from the Fraser Valley Auto Mall made a big difference for the Abbotsford Food Bank.

The Fraser Valley Auto Mall Food Drive took over local streets on Saturday for a good cause.

The donated items have been collected over the prior weeks at the auto mall dealerships, at local fire halls and at Save-On-Foods locations.

Abbotsford Fire and Rescue Auxiliary firefighters were on hand delivering the collected donations. Thanks also to the APD, Auto Mall dealers, Auto Mall Autobody, Save-On-Foods and the many volunteers that made the 11th annual event such a success.

Video by: Jerusalem Amosha

Slideshow by: John Morrow

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