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FREE HUGS: Downtown Qualicum Beach was filled with warmth last weekend as some residents from The Gardens and Qualicum Manor gathered on Memorial Avenue offering free hugs to anyone who wanted one. The event was in celebration of seniors week. Above, from left, Judy Bagshaw and Lyndsay Boers, Recreation Coordinator at The Gardens, showed off their sign.  - BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO
FREE HUGS: Downtown Qualicum Beach was filled with warmth last weekend as some residents from The Gardens and Qualicum Manor gathered on Memorial Avenue offering free hugs to anyone who wanted one. The event was in celebration of seniors week. Above, from left, Judy Bagshaw and Lyndsay Boers, Recreation Coordinator at The Gardens, showed off their sign.
— image credit: BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO

FREE HUGS: Downtown Qualicum Beach was filled with warmth last weekend as some residents from The Gardens and Qualicum Manor gathered on Memorial Avenue offering free hugs to anyone who wanted one. The event was in celebration of seniors week. Above, from left, Judy Bagshaw and Lyndsay Boers, Recreation Coordinator at The Gardens, showed off their sign.

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