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Plans discussed at Aldergrove Regional Park open house

Aldergrove Regional Park’s open house last week in the Kinsmen Community Centre outlined plans for future development of the amenities there. Roiane Evans and Deb Drybough, two users of the horse trails, appreciate the “share the trail” information provided to park users. - HARRY HUNT PHOTO
Aldergrove Regional Park’s open house last week in the Kinsmen Community Centre outlined plans for future development of the amenities there. Roiane Evans and Deb Drybough, two users of the horse trails, appreciate the “share the trail” information provided to park users.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

Aldergrove Regional Park’s open house last week in the Kinsmen Community Centre outlined plans for future development of the amenities there.

Roiane Evans and Deb Drybough, two users of the horse trails, appreciate the “share the trail” information provided to park users.

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