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Coho Festival BBQ

Sep 12, 2004

By Catherine Barr


For the last 25 years the Coho Society of the North Shore has been dedicated to preserving the salmon and its environment and providing education about the salmonid enhancement activities that take place here. The annual Coho Festival marks the celebration with a day-long festival at Ambleside park which includes a morning run, kids activities, live music and salmon barbecue.

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WV District councillor Jean Ferguson (left) and NS Outlook sales manager Linda Stewart grabbed their tongs to cook up some delicious salmon.
WV School District's Warren Hicks (left) and British Properties Homeowners Association president John Cryer marinated the salmon for cooking.
Helping at the volunteer tent were Re/Max realtor Sandra Ferros (left) and Karen Kozicki.
WV Chamber past president Dina Zeitler (left) and Coho volunteer Michelle Owen ensured things ran smoothly.


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