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This Nova Scotia Community Is Coming Together To Help Each Other During Lockdown

The communities of Cole Harbour, Westphal, Lake Loon and Cherrybrook, Nova Scotia know how to come together to help their neighbours in a time of need.

The areas city councilor, Trish Purdy has put together a large group of volunteers that are willing, able and ready to run errands for those who may not be able to leave home.

The group will complete tasks such as curbside pickup and retrieving or returning library materials for people who may have to quarantine due to an exposure. The service is especially assisting seniors who can’t leave home.

Hey folks, We have a small group of volunteers to help out folks in isolation or quarantine during this lockdown. If you need your groceries or medicine picked up and delivered to your door, we can help free of charge! We can also pick up your library resources for you at our Cole Harbour branch curb side pick up! Call/email/message me if you need us! 😁 902.240.3067 Trish.purdy@halifax.ca

Posted by Trish Purdy – District 4 – Cole Harbour/Westphal/Lake Loon/Cherry Brook on Friday, April 30, 2021

If you live in this area and are interested in taking part or need to use the service, you can contact Councilor Purdy directly. (902) 240-3067 or trish.purdy@halifax.ca.

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