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TAKING A BITE OUT OF CHRISTMAS

Haiden Dahms and his sister Siena of Salmon Arm were lucky enough to be visiting with their grandmother last weekend and got the chance to attend the annual Cookie Walk at Kamloops United Church.  The reward for being good was the chance to taste “one” of the many varieties of cookies, including nut-and  gluten-free cookies. The walk moves to Mt. Paul United Church, 140 Laburnum St., on Saturday, Dec. 8, when it will be open from 10 a.m. to noon. Cookies are bought by weight, not amount, and cost $2 per 100 grams - GEORGE WYCHERLEY/KTW
Haiden Dahms and his sister Siena of Salmon Arm were lucky enough to be visiting with their grandmother last weekend and got the chance to attend the annual Cookie Walk at Kamloops United Church. The reward for being good was the chance to taste “one” of the many varieties of cookies, including nut-and gluten-free cookies. The walk moves to Mt. Paul United Church, 140 Laburnum St., on Saturday, Dec. 8, when it will be open from 10 a.m. to noon. Cookies are bought by weight, not amount, and cost $2 per 100 grams
— image credit: GEORGE WYCHERLEY/KTW
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