Stokes Bay Community Centre
Summerfest
23 July 2005

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8:45 in the morning and the yard sale is ready and the early birds are having breakfast and a coffee.
11 o'clock and there's action at the yard sale while others conserve their energy for what lies ahead. 04.JPG
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The “Penny Tables” are ready for action
as is the
“Superbus”.
Noon has arrived and the action begins as the Bike Parade (or should I say ‘race’) takes off for the General Store as those on two feet follow behind.
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Thanks to the Ontario Provincial Police for traffic
control at the corner so the parade wouldn't be
delayed by having to obey the stop sign.
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Bob Smith is giving Derby drivers and pushers their istructions and rules of the coarse.
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Everything is ready, the Soap Boxes are lined up and the moment
everybody has been waiting for
On your mark... Get set... GO!
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The yellow caution flag is on the track as
emergency medical treatment is provided
after a roll over.
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How did that orange pilon get on the coarse???
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        And the winners are...        
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A quick stop on the way back to the
Community Centre at the Fire Department’s display for some fire safety tips.

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The O.P.P. demonstrates, with it’s “Roll-over Vehicle”, just what can happen
in an accident when you don’t wear a seat belt.
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The Northern Bruce Peninsula Fire Department demonstrates how they would have to extrate a person from a damaged vehicle after an accident.
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Pirate Jim (left) reads off the instructions
for the “Treasure Hunt”
to the little pirates (right).
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The is where the real treasure is at the “Nickle Dig”.
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Some local musicians provide musical entertainment to those
sitting in the shade of the pavilion or under the “new-to-us” tent.
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Last minutes choices at the “Penny Tables” before the tickets are drawn.
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Contimplating the last minute preparations before the hoardes arrive
for a “Bob Zavitz’s” dinner.
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