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École des Grands-cêdres in Alberni

Logan Jager, left, “le roi de Carnaval’, and Bella Hall enjoy a buffet of traditional French Canadian food at École des Grands-cêdres, Friday afternoon. The luncheon was part of École Alberni Elementary’s annual winter Carnaval celebration. - SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
Logan Jager, left, “le roi de Carnaval’, and Bella Hall enjoy a buffet of traditional French Canadian food at École des Grands-cêdres, Friday afternoon. The luncheon was part of École Alberni Elementary’s annual winter Carnaval celebration.
— image credit: SUSAN QUINN/Alberni Valley News
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