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Aaron Castle, 6, and his brother Evan, 9, pose beside the stand they set up at Cotton ‘n Crayon last month, to sell bracelets they made with their Rainbow Looms. The boys donated $130.83 to the Canadian Cancer Society in honour of their late grandparent. - Contributed photo
Aaron Castle, 6, and his brother Evan, 9, pose beside the stand they set up at Cotton ‘n Crayon last month, to sell bracelets they made with their Rainbow Looms. The boys donated $130.83 to the Canadian Cancer Society in honour of their late grandparent.
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Aaron Castle, 6, and his brother Evan, 9, pose beside the stand they set up at Cotton ‘n Crayon last month, to sell bracelets they made with their Rainbow Looms. The boys donated $130.83 to the Canadian Cancer Society in honour of their late grandparent.

 

 

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