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Get Bent turns 10

Elaina Collis, Nicole Chickloski and Celine Blais perform Saturday during Get Bent Arts & Recreation
Elaina Collis, Nicole Chickloski and Celine Blais perform Saturday during Get Bent Arts & Recreation's 10th anniversary celebration. Located in the Cannery Trade Centre, Get Bent offers a range of health and wellness programs, including yoga classes, nutritional counselling, performing arts and bellydancing. The three girls pictured are all part of Get Bent's junior performance group.
— image credit: Joe Fries
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