Bob Huff and Dow Gullekson are ready to take donations for the Lacombe Food Bank outside the Central Alberta Co-op for the “Stuff-A-Trailer” event. The event is hosted by the Lacombe Rotary Daybreak Club and runs until Aug. 28. The trailer will be parked outside Lionel’s No Frills Aug. 28 from 11:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Photo by Jessica Nelson/Lacombe Express

PHOTO: Lacombe’s “Stuff-A-Trailer” returns

The Lacombe Rotary Daybreak Club is hosting their annual “Stuff-A-Trailer” this week

Bob Huff and Dow Gullekson are ready to take donations for the Lacombe Food Bank outside the Central Alberta Co-op for the “Stuff-A-Trailer” event. The event is hosted by the Lacombe Rotary Daybreak Club and runs until Aug. 28. The trailer will be parked outside Lionel’s No Frills Aug. 28 from 11:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. Photo by Jessica Nelson/Lacombe Express

By Jessica Nelson

The Lacombe Rotary Daybreak Club is hosting their annual “Stuff-A-Trailer” this week

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