The Campbell River Salmon Kings are in the middle of hosting its annual swim meet this weekend at Centennial Park.

Salmon Kings host meet

The Campbell River Salmon Kings are hosting its annual swim meet

  • Jul. 4, 2015 9:00 a.m.

The Campbell River Salmon Kings are in the midst of hosting its annual swim meet at Campbell River’s Centennial Pool.

Swimmers from across the Island are being marked by a panel of judges. The event runs until Sunday and features a salmon dinner Saturday night.

For more photos from the event see this week’s Mirror.

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