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Volume 136 Issue 18 Friday, July 13, 2018 www.minnedosatribune.com 90 cents plus tax

INSIDE Fantastic Weekend For Fun Fest
this week

New Business

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Opens

Meet The Photo by Hillary Miller

Tourism It’s not a parade without bagpipes and a marching band!

Ambassadors By HILLARY MILLER

2 F un Fest 2018 has now come and gone and the many dedi-
cated volunteers involved in various activities and attractions
throughout the three-day festival can now sit back, breathe easy
and relax.
One of the primary Fun Fest organizers, Erin Woodcock, felt
that everything went well again this year, despite the initial con-
cern that people would be kept away by the intense heat. Luck-

Greyhound ily, she pointed out, “that didn’t seem to keep the crowds away!
All events saw strong attendance numbers.” While it is hard to

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say exactly how many people attended the many different events,
Woodcock expects that numbers were comparable to last year’s

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Fun Fest, and suspects that some events had even higher atten-
Service
Photo by Darryl Holyk
dance this year.
Former Minnedosa Mayor, Duane LaCoste and his wife
Jean were chauffeured through the Chamber of Commerce
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Fun Fest Parade by former Town Councillor and active
See Fun Fest Photo Album inside!
community volunteer, Bob Graham.

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