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Planting for Aldergrove’s ‘Wall o’Lanterns’

A large crew of Aldergrove Business Association volunteers planted pumpkin seeds at the John Jackman farm last week, hoping for a bumper crop for this year’s “Wall of Jack-o-lanterns” Halloween event. - HARRY HUNT PHOTO
A large crew of Aldergrove Business Association volunteers planted pumpkin seeds at the John Jackman farm last week, hoping for a bumper crop for this year’s “Wall of Jack-o-lanterns” Halloween event.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

A large crew of Aldergrove Business Association volunteers planted pumpkin seeds at the John Jackman farm last week, hoping for a bumper crop for this year’s “Wall of Jack-o-lanterns” Halloween event.

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