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Brandon Chute gets airborne during the official grand opening of the Cedar Skate Park on Saturday.  - KARL YU/The News Bulletin
Brandon Chute gets airborne during the official grand opening of the Cedar Skate Park on Saturday.
— image credit: KARL YU/The News Bulletin

Brandon Chute gets airborne during the official grand opening of the Cedar Skate Park on Saturday.

The skate park was built with more than $439,000 of community recreation grant money from the provincial government, $99,500 from the Regional District of Nanaimo and $50,000 from the Cedar Skate Park Association.

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