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Final fix up at Trail united Church

Darrell Syme scraped the last remnants of paint from the damaged baseboards in the basement of the Trail United Church last week. Repairs are almost complete to the floor, baseboards and walls, which were damaged by flooding in downtown Trail last spring. - Sheri Regnier
Darrell Syme scraped the last remnants of paint from the damaged baseboards in the basement of the Trail United Church last week. Repairs are almost complete to the floor, baseboards and walls, which were damaged by flooding in downtown Trail last spring.
— image credit: Sheri Regnier
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