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Campbell River Christian School principal Christian Klaue gets a wet sponge in the face during Saturday’s spring fair held in conjunction with the Baptist Church. Kids enjoyed games, pony rides and a salmon barbecue. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Campbell River Christian School principal Christian Klaue gets a wet sponge in the face during Saturday’s spring fair held in conjunction with the Baptist Church. Kids enjoyed games, pony rides and a salmon barbecue.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Campbell River Christian School principal Christian Klaue gets a wet sponge in the face during Saturday’s spring fair held in conjunction with the Baptist Church. Kids enjoyed games, pony rides and a salmon barbecue.

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