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Canada Day in Chilliwack

Kennedi Lalonde, 11, walks away celebrating her dunking of RCMP Staff Sgt. Tom Caverly during Canada Day celebrations July 1 in Chilliwack. Proceeds from the Chilliwack Chiefs dunk tank will go to Animal Safe Haven.   - Greg Laychak
Kennedi Lalonde, 11, walks away celebrating her dunking of RCMP Staff Sgt. Tom Caverly during Canada Day celebrations July 1 in Chilliwack. Proceeds from the Chilliwack Chiefs dunk tank will go to Animal Safe Haven.
— image credit: Greg Laychak

Kennedi Lalonde, 11, walks away celebrating her dunking of RCMP Staff Sgt. Tom Caverly during Canada Day celebrations July 1 in Chilliwack. Proceeds from the Chilliwack Chiefs dunk tank will go to Animal Safe Haven.

And, decked out for Canada celebrating, Anthony Goudreault, 9, (right) looks through the stuffed animals available as prizes at the Dogwood Monarch Lions Club mini-putting station.

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