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Rain fails to dampen Flamborough Sabres fundraiser
Members of the Flamborough Sabres minor peewee AE hockey team pose for a photo during the June 27 fundraiser benefiting the Pat DuFour Memorial Fund.
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Rain failed to dampen Flamborough peewee Sabres fundraiser

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