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Northern Motor Inn wins top prize

JOYCE BRADLEY, far left, presents a cheque to some of those who built the Northern Motor Inn float judged best overall in the Riverboat Days 2011 parade. Pictured here are, Doug McPhadyen, Robert Rouse, Bianca Khom, Theresa Neale and Gail Munson.   Diane - STAFF PHOTO
JOYCE BRADLEY, far left, presents a cheque to some of those who built the Northern Motor Inn float judged best overall in the Riverboat Days 2011 parade. Pictured here are, Doug McPhadyen, Robert Rouse, Bianca Khom, Theresa Neale and Gail Munson. Diane
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THE NORTHERN Motor Inn float depicting a large locomotive was named best overall float in the Riverboat Days 2011 parade.

Judges were unanimous in their choice of the float which took two weeks to build.The large locomotive drew applause as wreathed in steam, it proceeded down the parade route July 30.

A cheque was presented to a group of the float's builders by parade chair Joyce Bradley at Branch 13, Royal Canadian Legion, the afternoon of July 30. Branch 13 sponsors the parade each year.

The float builders were Brian Wilson, Sandra Cooper, Andrea Bennett, Kirsten Middleton, Theresa Neale, Doug Mc Phadyen, Chris O'Brien, Gary Alger, Bernie Dean, Robert Rouse, Jeff Coroghly, Bianca Khom, Alex Zoegler, Angie Purchase and Jimmy Neale.

 

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