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    @ Avonlea centennial

    Dale and Amy Burrill of Carbon, Alta., Vivian Wakelam of Nanton, Alta., and Barry Burrill of Buchanan, Sask., at the centennial celebration of Avonlea, Sask. in June 2012.
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    Card-playing Comradery

    Playing cribbage at Saskatchewan Seniors’ Fitness Association (SSFA) games in Saskatoon were (left) Kathleen Zolinski of Cudworth; Edith Shellito of Saskatoon; Denise Parenteau from Wakaw; and Fran Wakelin of Saskatoon.
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    Buying raffle tickets

    Sandra Klazer of Regina, Sask., buys a raffle ticket from Brian Stadynik and Vera Feduschak at Kyiv Ukrainian pavilion during the city’s annual Mosaic cultural festival.
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    Smiling sisters

    Faye Antonichuk of Preeceville, Sask., with sisters Marlene Chopty of Preeceville, Lois Friesen of Regina, and Jean Schemmer, Burlington, Ont., during the Preeceville Centennial.
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    Roadside Attraction

    JoAnne Myers of Invermere, B.C., (formerly of Watrous, Sask.), enjoys the many antique relics scattered around a roadside attraction near Enderby, B.C.
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    Fabulous Fibres

    Robert Perry of Regina purchased goods from Louise Perrin of Swift Current, a mixed-media fibre artist selling snow-dyed scarfs and other fabrics.
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    Write on!

    Sarah Ball (left) of Saskatoon provides ‘backup’ for Alexis Kolodziejski, also of Saskatoon, who writes a note during the annual Vesna Ukrainian event in 2011.
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    Winter 2012 in Regina

    Prairie residents were hit hard by several storms this winter (2012-13) that left many folks digging out cars and shovelling sidewalks, wondering how much snow would fall.
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    @ Wishart, Saskatchewan

    Mary Kucey and Pat Kucey, with dogs, Izzy and Motley, wait to watch the parade at the Chicken Chariot Races in Wishart, Sask.
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    @ the Farm Progress show

    Louis Szalai (left) of Stockholm, Sask., and John Wilson of Dubuc, Sask., admired this antique farm truck on display at the annual Farm Progress Show in Regina.
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    @ Chaplin’s Centennial

    Clint Miller and his dad, William, led other members of the Miller family in a horse-drawn float in the Chaplin, Sask., parade to mark the community’s centennial in 2012.
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    Breakfast banter

    Nettie Selland of Edmonton and Herb Bowditch of Sherwood Park, Alta., enjoyed conversing at the pancake breakfast for the 100th anniversary of Success, Saskatchewan.
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    @ Carmichael’s 100th anniversary

    Joyce and Joe Metz of Gull Lake, Sask., were among many attending a pancake breakfast celebrations for the hamlet of Carmichael’s 100th anniversary.
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    @ Preeceville, Sask., Centennial

    Cousins Doris Cory of Cold Lake, Alta., Audrey Dauk of Benito, Man., and Larry Pankevich of Crystal Lake, Sask., reunited at the centennial celebration in Preeceville, Saskatchewan.
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    @ Chaplin, Sask. Centennial

    Among the hundreds attending the centennial celebration at Chaplin, Sask., in July 2012 were (left) Barry Crowther, Tom Lucas, and George Crowther, all of Chaplin.
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    ‘Idle’ chit-chat

    Tom Rice, Marion Mainville, and June Ruff, all of Lloydminster, enjoy chatting by this antique tractor during the annual exhibition in their city.
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    Colourful Crafting

    Loretta Knibbs of Weyburn, Saskatchewan crafts a colourful rug using a buggy wheel as a base during a centennial demonstration at the heritage village in her community.
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    Humboldt Hockey Legend

    Proudly on display in Humboldt, Sask., Museum is autographed jersey of hometown hockey legend, Glenn Hall, who is also enshrined in the NHL Hall of Fame.

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