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Fire Chief Ian Baikie (second from left) and Gary Thulin ensure the pancake grill is precisely 400 degrees Farenheit for last Sunday’s 47th annual Father’s Day Breakfast hosted by Rotarians at the Community Centre. Pictured at left, father and son, John and Rick King, enjoyed their flapjacks and sausages. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Fire Chief Ian Baikie (second from left) and Gary Thulin ensure the pancake grill is precisely 400 degrees Farenheit for last Sunday’s 47th annual Father’s Day Breakfast hosted by Rotarians at the Community Centre. Pictured at left, father and son, John and Rick King, enjoyed their flapjacks and sausages.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Fire Chief Ian Baikie (second from left) and Gary Thulin ensure the pancake grill is precisely 400 degrees Farenheit for last Sunday’s 47th annual Father’s Day Breakfast hosted by Rotarians at the Community Centre.

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