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Barber House brimming with activity

North Point Douglas Seniors Association acting program manager Sandy Dzedzora (centre), along with volunteers (left to right) Rob Forbes, “Duck”, Reggie Eagle Child, Ray Vilneff and Linda Hancock. Eagle Child, NPDSA’s resident artist, displays his latest work in progress.

PHOTO BY JARED STORY

North Point Douglas Seniors Association acting program manager Sandy Dzedzora (centre), along with volunteers (left to right) Rob Forbes, “Duck”, Reggie Eagle Child, Ray Vilneff and Linda Hancock. Eagle Child, NPDSA’s resident artist, displays his latest work in progress.

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