Christine Theriault of Aldergrove takes part in the Family Feud Game Show at the 2012 Fair at the PNE. Family Feud is one of the new entertainment features of the 2012 Fair and runs three times daily with host Bob Goen. The annual Fair

It’s All in the Game

Christine Theriault of Aldergrove takes part in the Family Feud Game Show at the 2012 Fair at the PNE.

Christine Theriault of Aldergrove takes part in the Family Feud Game Show at the 2012 Fair at the PNE.

Family Feud is one of the new entertainment features of the 2012 Fair and runs three times daily with host Bob Goen.

The annual Fair, an end of summer tradition for thousands of British Columbians, features more than 700 shows, exhibits and attractions that are free with admission.

The 2012 Fair at the PNE runs daily through Labour Day, September 3.

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