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One nail at a time

“Building supervisor” Kaydence Harris, 10, hammers away with her dad John Harris (centre) and Murray MacLean as they begin building a shed on Saturday during the 2014 Handyman Challenge in support of the Campbell River Head Injury Support Society. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
“Building supervisor” Kaydence Harris, 10, hammers away with her dad John Harris (centre) and Murray MacLean as they begin building a shed on Saturday during the 2014 Handyman Challenge in support of the Campbell River Head Injury Support Society.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

“Building supervisor” Kaydence Harris, 10, hammers away with her dad John Harris (centre) and Murray MacLean as they begin building a shed on Saturday during the 2014 Handyman Challenge in support of the Campbell River Head Injury Support Society.

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