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Playground rally

Future students of Qayqat elementary rally at the site of their new school to get support for their campaign to win a $100,000 grant from the Aviva Community Fund to build a playground at the school. More tha 50 kids and their parents walked from 6th and 6th in Uptown to the site on Royal Avenue, urging passersby to vote their support at www.vote4robson.com. The playground proposal has reached the semi-final round of the national competition and must be amongst the top 30 vote-getters to advance to the final judging. Online voting opened on Dec. 2 and continues until Dec. 11. - MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER
Future students of Qayqat elementary rally at the site of their new school to get support for their campaign to win a $100,000 grant from the Aviva Community Fund to build a playground at the school. More tha 50 kids and their parents walked from 6th and 6th in Uptown to the site on Royal Avenue, urging passersby to vote their support at www.vote4robson.com. The playground proposal has reached the semi-final round of the national competition and must be amongst the top 30 vote-getters to advance to the final judging. Online voting opened on Dec. 2 and continues until Dec. 11.
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Future students of Qayqat elementary rally at the site of their new school to get support for their campaign to win a $100,000 grant from the Aviva Community Fund to build a playground at the school. More tha 50 kids and their parents walked from 6th and 6th in Uptown to the site on Royal Avenue, urging passersby to vote their support at www.vote4robson.com. The playground proposal has reached the semi-final round of the national competition and must be amongst the top 30 vote-getters to advance to the final judging. Online voting opened on Dec. 2 and continues until Dec. 11.

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