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The Pee Wee Wild Turkeys with the Cranbrook Minor Lacrosse Association put down their lacrosse sticks and picked up shovels and wheelbarrows on Sunday afternoon to help out with some spring cleaning at the BC SPCA - Trevor Crawley photo
The Pee Wee Wild Turkeys with the Cranbrook Minor Lacrosse Association put down their lacrosse sticks and picked up shovels and wheelbarrows on Sunday afternoon to help out with some spring cleaning at the BC SPCA
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The Pee Wee Wild Turkeys with the Cranbrook Minor Lacrosse Association put down their lacrosse sticks and picked up shovels and wheelbarrows on Sunday afternoon to help out with some spring cleaning at the BC SPCA. The Wild Turkeys are made up of: Cory Watt, Olivia Ball, Chase Flegel, Fletcher Backshell-Jones, Avery Burki, Daxton D’Etcheverrey, Rowan Stone, Then Stone, Sam Daprocida, Jared Bouliane, Will Stenerson, Cole Hennig, Wyatt Zawada, Colton Zawada, Dayton Nelson. From left to right below: Rowan Stone and Daxton D’Etcheverrey help fill in a hole in one of the pens, while William Stenerson pulls out weeds in another area.

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