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Roll those taggers

Supporters of the Campbellton Neighbourhood Association get busy painting over the work of taggers that defaced an unused commercial building facing Nunns Creek Park. The volunteers gave the bullding side a fresh coat of paint on Wednesday, just in time for this weekend’s Salmon Festival and Logger Sports events taking place at Nunns Creek. Getting a head start on the painting are (from left) city councillor Ron Kerr, local businessman Brian Shaw and Laura Paech, manager of Cloverdale Paint which donated the paint. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Supporters of the Campbellton Neighbourhood Association get busy painting over the work of taggers that defaced an unused commercial building facing Nunns Creek Park. The volunteers gave the bullding side a fresh coat of paint on Wednesday, just in time for this weekend’s Salmon Festival and Logger Sports events taking place at Nunns Creek. Getting a head start on the painting are (from left) city councillor Ron Kerr, local businessman Brian Shaw and Laura Paech, manager of Cloverdale Paint which donated the paint.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror
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