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Ready for a new season of paddling

Ready for a new season of paddling Members of the River Spirit dragon boat team held an open house at the Campbell River Common on Saturday. Paddlers compete in festivals and participate in local events to bring hope to the thousands of Campbell River citizens whose lives have been touched by cancer. They hope, by our example, to encourage others faced with a life threatening diagnosis to embrace “life, love & laughter.” For more information, e-mail teamriverspirit@gmail.com or visit www.riverspirit.ca - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Ready for a new season of paddling Members of the River Spirit dragon boat team held an open house at the Campbell River Common on Saturday. Paddlers compete in festivals and participate in local events to bring hope to the thousands of Campbell River citizens whose lives have been touched by cancer. They hope, by our example, to encourage others faced with a life threatening diagnosis to embrace “life, love & laughter.” For more information, e-mail teamriverspirit@gmail.com or visit www.riverspirit.ca
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
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