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Rod Semkiw balances an egg on a spoon while all dressed up for the Red Shoe Shuffle – a men’s obstacle course team that entertained the crowds at the Royal LePage garage sale which raised more than $3,000 for the North Island Transition Society. The event was held in tandem with similar garage sales put on by Royal LePage businesses across Canada to raise money for women’s shelters. - Kristin Douglas/The Mirror
Rod Semkiw balances an egg on a spoon while all dressed up for the Red Shoe Shuffle – a men’s obstacle course team that entertained the crowds at the Royal LePage garage sale which raised more than $3,000 for the North Island Transition Society. The event was held in tandem with similar garage sales put on by Royal LePage businesses across Canada to raise money for women’s shelters.
— image credit: Kristin Douglas/The Mirror

Rod Semkiw balances an egg on a spoon while all dressed up for the Red Shoe Shuffle – a men’s obstacle course team that entertained the crowds at the Royal LePage garage sale which raised more than $3,000 for the North Island Transition Society. The event was held in tandem with similar garage sales put on by Royal LePage businesses across Canada to raise money for women’s shelters. See page 22 for more photos.

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