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A TIME FOR FAMILIES: A local family spends a day in their beloved Rathtrevor Provincial Park last week, a place they may consider spending some time during B.C.’s first Family Day on Monday. From back left, Jesse and Aidan Kroell, Hayley Charnock and mom Gaynor, sister Sasha and friend Bridget McGibbon (front). See inside the Parksville Qualicum Beach News for more on the Family Day long weekend in the Parksville Qualicum Beach region. - LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO
A TIME FOR FAMILIES: A local family spends a day in their beloved Rathtrevor Provincial Park last week, a place they may consider spending some time during B.C.’s first Family Day on Monday. From back left, Jesse and Aidan Kroell, Hayley Charnock and mom Gaynor, sister Sasha and friend Bridget McGibbon (front). See inside the Parksville Qualicum Beach News for more on the Family Day long weekend in the Parksville Qualicum Beach region.
— image credit: LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO

A TIME FOR FAMILIES: A local family spends a day in their beloved Rathtrevor Provincial Park last week, a place they may consider spending some time during B.C.’s first Family Day on Monday. From back left, Jesse and Aidan Kroell, Hayley Charnock and mom Gaynor, sister Sasha and friend Bridget McGibbon (front). See the pages of the Parksville Qualicum Beach News  for more on the Family Day long weekend in the Parksville Qualicum Beach region.

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