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January 19, 2019

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More than just a jam band

Local group the Gerry Hatricks giving back to community

East Kildonan-based band The Gerry Hatricks recently donated 100 peanut butter and jam sandwiches to Main Street Project. Guitarist/vocalist Gerrit Delaquis said he hopes that the act was the start of an annual tradition. Pictured, from left: Delaquis, vocalist/percussionist Kelsey Halldorson, bassist Kyle Halldorson, and drummer Cory Olivier.

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East Kildonan-based band The Gerry Hatricks recently donated 100 peanut butter and jam sandwiches to Main Street Project. Guitarist/vocalist Gerrit Delaquis said he hopes that the act was the start of an annual tradition. Pictured, from left: Delaquis, vocalist/percussionist Kelsey Halldorson, bassist Kyle Halldorson, and drummer Cory Olivier.

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