Dorothy Anderson and Angie McDougall were among the Otter Co-op directors who volunteered their help for the chicken barbecue held at the 248 Street branch for their customers on Equity Day

Otter Co-op celebrates great year

More than 22,000 equity rebate cheques totalling $5.68 million were issued this year to Otter Co-op members.

Dorothy Anderson and Angie McDougall were among the Otter Co-op directors who volunteered their help for the chicken barbecue held at the 248 Street branch for their customers on Equity Day, Friday, Sept. 19.

Otter Co-op’s Bev Dornan (at right) helped hand out equity rebate cheques to members such as Joseph Krentz at the 248 Street branch on Equity Day, Saturday, Sept. 20. (Harry Hunt photo)

More than 22,000 equity rebate cheques totalling $5.68 million were issued this year to the co-op members.

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