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Soggy clean-up

Soggy clean-up: Susan Dyson, left, and her daughter Julia Tonini,12, pick up litter near the Community Centre. The pair braved the rain Saturday morning and pitched in at the third annual Tim Horton’s Community Clean-up, hosted by Greenways Land Trust and Communities in Bloom. Volunteers worked to beautify the downtown core and were treated to fresh coffee, Tim Bits and other goodies from Tim Horton’s.  - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
Soggy clean-up: Susan Dyson, left, and her daughter Julia Tonini,12, pick up litter near the Community Centre. The pair braved the rain Saturday morning and pitched in at the third annual Tim Horton’s Community Clean-up, hosted by Greenways Land Trust and Communities in Bloom. Volunteers worked to beautify the downtown core and were treated to fresh coffee, Tim Bits and other goodies from Tim Horton’s.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
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