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Parade winnings help beautify Campbellton

Parade winnings help beautify Campbellton: Prize money totalling $750 that Communities in Bloom received  for their float that placed first in the Canada Day parade has been used to purchase over 2,000 daffodil bulbs that have been planted throughout Campbellton. Volunteers from both Communities in Bloom and Campbellton First planted bulbs for over four hours last weekend. Bulbs were placed in the Welcome to Campbellton planters along the island highway and over 1,000 were planted in the green space and shrub beds at the South entrance to Campbellton on 14th Avenue. - Photo submitted
Parade winnings help beautify Campbellton: Prize money totalling $750 that Communities in Bloom received for their float that placed first in the Canada Day parade has been used to purchase over 2,000 daffodil bulbs that have been planted throughout Campbellton. Volunteers from both Communities in Bloom and Campbellton First planted bulbs for over four hours last weekend. Bulbs were placed in the Welcome to Campbellton planters along the island highway and over 1,000 were planted in the green space and shrub beds at the South entrance to Campbellton on 14th Avenue.
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