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Bringing their Eh game

From left: Aleaha Heidary, Sophia Heidary, and Emma Pydee.  - Contributed
From left: Aleaha Heidary, Sophia Heidary, and Emma Pydee.
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Aleaha and Sophia Heidary brought their “eh” game to the Canada Day celebration at the Cloverdale Amphitheatre Park in Cloverdale on July 1.

The girls were wearing red and white, but they promised to be green at home.

BC Hydro Community Outreach Representative Emma Pydee shows Aleaha and Sophia how they can hang clothes to dry during the summer, instead of using the dryer.

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