While banjo player Ray Thomas (left) and his colleagues of the Branch 17 North Island Fiddlers played at the Rotary Father’s Day Pancake Breakfast on Sunday at the Community Centre, his two granddaughters, Kylie and Makenna Bell, danced up a storm in front. Photo submitted

Go Grandpa!

Youngsters dance to their grandfather’s band at Campbell River Father’s Day breakfast

While banjo player Ray Thomas (left) and his colleagues of the Branch 17 North Island Fiddlers played at the Rotary Father’s Day Pancake Breakfast on Sunday at the Community Centre, his two granddaughters, Kylie and Makenna Bell, danced up a storm in front.

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