Morning North | Feb 5, 2013 | 8:20

Sudbury Red Cross looking for volunteer drivers

The Red Cross in Sudbury is expanding a program that helps seniors get around. To do so, it will need more volunteer drivers. We heard from some clients and from a driver of the program, and from Dave St. Georges, the volunteer co-ordinator for the Red Cross in Sudbury.

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