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March 7th, 2013
March 7th, 2013

Annual Mariner's Service in Point Edward

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The annual Mariner's Service was held at the historic St. Paul's Anglican Church in Point Edward on March 3rd, 2013.  Rev'd Kristin Oliver officated.
Attended by CCGA C&A Honour Guard, Don Limoges and Butch Dompierre
David Yates, Historian of the Great Lakes Storm of 1913 gave a very good account of the storm and told many interesting tales of it's victims.
A light lunch and social was held afterwards.

Butch Dompierre

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