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Charity kitchen volunteer named Victoria's unsung hero

He's a 76-year-old Victoria resident who volunteers countless hours of his own time at the Rainbow Kitchen in Esquimalt, where many of the city's poor and homeless turn for help and a hot meal. Now Walter Adams has been named as Victoria's Unsung Hero of the Year by the Community Social Planning Council and the First Unitarian Church of Victoria.

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