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Photos: Work and Play at the PNE

Ten year old Ken Paul of Aldergrove, a member of the Mission 4H Beef Club tends to Blizzard, a Charolais X at the PNE. The 104th Annual Fair at the PNE is rooted in agriculture and proudly celebrates that each year during the 4-H competition. The annual summer Fair, an end of summer tradition for generations of British Columbians, features over 700 shows, exhibits and attractions that are free with admission. The 2014 Fair at the PNE runs daily, except Mondays Aug. 18 and 25, through Labour Day, Sept. 1.  - submitted photo
Ten year old Ken Paul of Aldergrove, a member of the Mission 4H Beef Club tends to Blizzard, a Charolais X at the PNE. The 104th Annual Fair at the PNE is rooted in agriculture and proudly celebrates that each year during the 4-H competition. The annual summer Fair, an end of summer tradition for generations of British Columbians, features over 700 shows, exhibits and attractions that are free with admission. The 2014 Fair at the PNE runs daily, except Mondays Aug. 18 and 25, through Labour Day, Sept. 1.
— image credit: submitted photo

Brandon Paakspuu (left) and Sydney Paakspuu (centre) of Langley get a ride from Gord Robbins, Paramedic Chief at Vancover Airport, of Vancouver at the PNE.

 

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