NOT BAD FOR A RAINY DAY: From left: James Lewis

PHOTO: Not bad for a rainy day in Parksville

he car wash was part of a fundraiser, spearheaded by the Domes family, for a pair of specially-adapted Huka cycles

NOT BAD FOR A RAINY DAY: From left: James Lewis, aiden Domes, Mattias Sjoo, Markus Sjoo, Micah Domes, Amelia Jewer and Liesl Domes posing for a picture as they wash the Trillium Lodge van at Family Ford in Parksville March 11. The car wash was part of a fundraiser, spearheaded by the Domes family, for a pair of specially-adapted Huka cycles that would provide the opportunity for physically disabled seniors and youth alike to hit the trails in and around their hometown.

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