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Dinner time in Deep Bay

Nile Creek Enhancement Society (NCES) volunteers are pleased with their efforts to restore the pink salmon run in the Bowser area. Kowisha Chabassol, 14, (left) and 16-year-old Susan Chabassol are two of the dedicated volunteers who fed the salmon fry in the net pens at Deep Bay Marina.   - Brenda Gough Photo
Nile Creek Enhancement Society (NCES) volunteers are pleased with their efforts to restore the pink salmon run in the Bowser area. Kowisha Chabassol, 14, (left) and 16-year-old Susan Chabassol are two of the dedicated volunteers who fed the salmon fry in the net pens at Deep Bay Marina.
— image credit: Brenda Gough Photo
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