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Garrett Livesey takes aim at Central Island Paintball on Saturday. Woodlands Secondary School students were at the paintball course on Nanaimo Lakes Road for a fundraising event in support of a fellow student, whose father died recently. - KARL YU/The News Bulletin
Garrett Livesey takes aim at Central Island Paintball on Saturday. Woodlands Secondary School students were at the paintball course on Nanaimo Lakes Road for a fundraising event in support of a fellow student, whose father died recently.
— image credit: KARL YU/The News Bulletin

Garrett Livesey takes aim at Central Island Paintball on Saturday. Woodlands Secondary School students were at the paintball course on Nanaimo Lakes Road for a fundraising event in support of a fellow student, whose father died recently.

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