A peeling sight: World record potato display raises money for childhood hunger

CHARLOTTETOWN, Sept. 23, 2016 /CNW/ - Wayne Thompson, General Manager, Garden Isle Farms, John Lockhart, Atlantic Superstore District Manager and Greg Donald, PEI Potato Board, stand in front of a display of 140,000 pounds of PEI potatoes at the Charlottetown Superstore on September 22. All proceeds from the 20-pound bags of locally grown potatoes will go to President’s Choice Children’s Charity for grants to benefit childhood hunger programs on PEI.

SOURCE President's Choice Children's Charity

Image with caption: "Wayne Thompson, General Manager, Garden Isle Farms, John Lockhart, Atlantic Superstore District Manager and Greg Donald, PEI Potato Board, stand in front of a display of 140,000 pounds of PEI potatoes at the Charlottetown Superstore on September 22. All proceeds from the 20-pound bags of locally grown potatoes will go to President’s Choice Children’s Charity for grants to benefit childhood hunger programs on PEI. (CNW Group/President's Choice Children's Charity)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20160923_C1767_PHOTO_EN_780469.jpg

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