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Ghostbustin'

Brianna Stewart-Holland decided to forego presents for her Ghostbusters-themed tenth birthday party at Lakeside Park on Sunday. Instead, donations were made to the Nelson Electric Tramway Society. She is pictured here with her father Chris Holland (left) and Kevin Macintyre. - Will Johnson photo
Brianna Stewart-Holland decided to forego presents for her Ghostbusters-themed tenth birthday party at Lakeside Park on Sunday. Instead, donations were made to the Nelson Electric Tramway Society. She is pictured here with her father Chris Holland (left) and Kevin Macintyre.
— image credit: Will Johnson photo

Brianna Stewart-Holland elected to forego presents for her Ghostbusters-themed 10th birthday this year. Instead, she asked party-goers to make donations to the Nelson Electric Tramway Society. She is pictured here with her father Chris Holland (left) and Kevin Macintyre.

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