Feeding every child in Kamloops

The Kamloops Rotary hopes all children in the city will have supper to eat (image via kellogg/Flickr).
The Rotary Club of Kamloops has an ambitious plan.

They want to make dinner for the city's less fortunate families, and make sure no kids go to school hungry.

Christopher Seguin is the president of Kamloops Rotary.

He speaks with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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