Dexter Hobson, left, and the Terrace Pipe and Drum Society march to a first-place finish in the Marching Band category at the 2018 Seafest parade on June 9 in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough photo)

Terrace pipe-and-drum group march to first-place finish in Prince Rupert

Dexter Hobson, left, and the DexterTerrace Pipe and Drum Society march to a first-place finish in the Marching Band category at the 2018 Seafest parade on June 9 in Prince Rupert. (Shannon Lough photo)

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