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Soup is served

Merin Clemis, 13, of the 1st Cloverdale Pathfinders, and Trixie Martyn serve soup at the Cloverdale United Church
Merin Clemis, 13, of the 1st Cloverdale Pathfinders, and Trixie Martyn serve soup at the Cloverdale United Church's craft fair on Nov. 17.
— image credit: Boaz Joseph / Black Press

Merin Clemis, 13, of the 1st Cloverdale Pathfinders, and Trixie Martyn serve soup at the Cloverdale United Church's craft fair on Nov. 17.

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