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Robbie Burns' tributes in Parksville Qualicum Beach

ADDRESSING THE HAGGIS: Chieftain Jack Maclean watches Master of Ceremonies Malcom MacKenzie “Address the Haggis” during the 24th Annual Robert Burns Dinner at Qualicum Beach Legion Branch 76 on Saturday Night. Videos and photos of the event can be found on our facebook page: Facebook.com/PQBNews. The Parksville Legion has its Robbie Burns event planned for this Saturday night. Tickets are $25 — call 250-248-5633 for more information, and for more about Robbie Burns Night events in our region, see story in the Tuesday edition of The NEWS, page A21.  - PETER McCULLY PHOTO
ADDRESSING THE HAGGIS: Chieftain Jack Maclean watches Master of Ceremonies Malcom MacKenzie “Address the Haggis” during the 24th Annual Robert Burns Dinner at Qualicum Beach Legion Branch 76 on Saturday Night. Videos and photos of the event can be found on our facebook page: Facebook.com/PQBNews. The Parksville Legion has its Robbie Burns event planned for this Saturday night. Tickets are $25 — call 250-248-5633 for more information, and for more about Robbie Burns Night events in our region, see story in the Tuesday edition of The NEWS, page A21.
— image credit: PETER McCULLY PHOTO

ADDRESSING THE HAGGIS: Chieftain Jack Maclean watches Master of Ceremonies Malcom MacKenzie "Address the Haggis" during the 24th Annual Robert Burns Dinner at Qualicum Beach Legion Branch 76 on Saturday Night. Videos and photos of the event can be found on our facebook page: Facebook.com/PQBNews. The Parksville Legion has its Robbie Burns event planned for this Saturday night. Tickets are $25 — call 250-248-5633 for more information, and for more about Robbie Burns Night events in our region, see story page A21.

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