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West Vancouver Community Day

Jun 2, 2007

By Catherine "Cat" Barr

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West Vancouver's Community Day parade was the perfect start to a sun-filled, fun-filled day of live music, food, crafts and more. Ambleside Park was buzzing with activities last Saturday as the young, and the young-at-heart came out to celebrate. This year's theme - The World Dances - had everyone enjoying the festivities on a happy note as crowds of families played together by the sea.

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Mulgrave music students always hit the right chord as they performed in the park for friends and family.
West Van school trustee Mary-Ann Booth and daughter Maddi Sampson celebrated community day in the sun.
Canadian Federation of University Women member Heidi Schmidt (left) and International Federation of University Women's vice president Phyllis Scott were promoting their organization's 50th year anniversary.
Jewellery designer Joanne Rees displayed her collection of beatiful gems and crystals at the crafts and art market.
West Vancouver MLA Ralph Sultan was dressed to impress in his fabulous red and white striped jacket.
North Shore dancers Julia Foucault (left) and Katie Hamner were preparing to put on a show that included both jazz and modern.
Emma and Sarah Duggan looked pretty in pink as they sold delilcious strawberry shortcake in support of the Weekend to End Breast Cancer.
Members of the Rotary Club of West Vancouver Sunrise tried to keep cool in the shade as they served up frosty treats to all the families.



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