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It takes a village.

05
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The 10th annual Quadra Village Day was held on Saturday, May 12th. This fun-filled event featured a pancake breakfast, two stages of entertainment, fun activities and interesting information about the vibrant Hillside Quadra Community.

Located right in the heart of Quadra Village is The Stan Hagen Centre for Families. Staff and volunteers from the centre were on hand helping kids make Mother’s Day crafts, apply Sally Ann tattoos and answer any questions about the programs and services offered by the facility.

A highlight for those young and older was to see Sally Ann visit with one and all!

 

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