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Super heroes walk the streets of Parksville

SUPER HEROES IN PARKSVILLE: Under sunny skies, a group of super heroes did a walkabout in Parksville on Sunday afternoon. Caught here at city hall were Storm (Jessica Nemlander), a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (Lisa Noble, a burlesque performer who says she also goes by her stage name, Goldilocks) and Wonder Woman (Becky Baldwin). - JOHN HARDING PHOTO
SUPER HEROES IN PARKSVILLE: Under sunny skies, a group of super heroes did a walkabout in Parksville on Sunday afternoon. Caught here at city hall were Storm (Jessica Nemlander), a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (Lisa Noble, a burlesque performer who says she also goes by her stage name, Goldilocks) and Wonder Woman (Becky Baldwin).
— image credit: JOHN HARDING PHOTO

SUPER HEROES IN PARKSVILLE: Under sunny skies, a group of super heroes did a walkabout in Parksville on Sunday afternoon. Caught here at city hall were Storm (Jessica Nemlander), a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (Lisa Noble, a burlesque performer who says she also goes by her stage name, Goldilocks) and Wonder Woman (Becky Baldwin)

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