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Supporting Hallween fun in Prince Rupert

Wayne Lundman and president Paul Rajendram from the Prince Rupert Lions Club presented a $1,500 cheque from the club to  Bev Killbery, to go towards Halloween Fest at the civic centre. - Alan S. Hale photo
Wayne Lundman and president Paul Rajendram from the Prince Rupert Lions Club presented a $1,500 cheque from the club to Bev Killbery, to go towards Halloween Fest at the civic centre.
— image credit: Alan S. Hale photo

Wayne Lundman and president Paul Rajendram from the Prince Rupert Lions Club presented a $1,500 cheque from the club to  Bev Killbery, to go towards Halloween Fest at the civic centre.

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