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Ice Bucket Challenge hits Parksville

ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE: RE/MAX First Realty’s Ian Lindsay pours ice water on NEWS publisher Peter McCully and The Beach morning show host Dave Graham on Wednesday at McDonald’s as they completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The public had the opportunity to make a donation and dump a cup of water on the men. Following the dumping, McCully and Graham challenged Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce CEO Evelyn Clark, executive director of the Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce Kim Burden and Tigh-Na-Mara general manager, Paul Drummond to take the challenge. See a video of the event at facebook.com/PQBNews. - LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO
ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE: RE/MAX First Realty’s Ian Lindsay pours ice water on NEWS publisher Peter McCully and The Beach morning show host Dave Graham on Wednesday at McDonald’s as they completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The public had the opportunity to make a donation and dump a cup of water on the men. Following the dumping, McCully and Graham challenged Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce CEO Evelyn Clark, executive director of the Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce Kim Burden and Tigh-Na-Mara general manager, Paul Drummond to take the challenge. See a video of the event at facebook.com/PQBNews.
— image credit: LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO

ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE: RE/MAX First Realty's Ian Lindsay pours ice water on NEWS publisher Peter McCully and The Beach morning show host Dave Graham on Wednesday at McDonald's as they completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The public had the opportunity to make a donation and dump a cup of water on the men. Following the dumping, McCully and Graham challenged Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce CEO Evelyn Clark, executive director of the Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce Kim Burden and Tigh-Na-Mara general manager, Paul Drummond to take the challenge. See a video of the event at facebook.com/PQBNews.

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