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CANADA DAY 2011: Volleyball, food, fireworks planned

DRAYTON - The Rotary Club of Drayton has planned another interesting day of events for Canada Day this year at the Drayton Fairgrounds.

A volleyball tournament will kick off the festivities, starting at 7pm.

Locals of all ages, regardless of gender, size and playing ability, are invited to take part in the tournament, said organizer Bob Bignell.

Set up and registration for the tournament will take place at 6pm. For more information contact Bignell as or 519-741-7595.

The Rotary Club will be offering hot dogs and drinks  for $2 to hungry and thirsty players - or anyone else at the fairgrounds - starting at 6pm.

The annual fireworks show, widely regarded as one of the best in Wellington County, will start at dusk.

The show, as usual, will be sponsored by the Mapleton Fire Department, which used calendar sales this year to help cover the purchase of fireworks.


June 24, 2011


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