Day in the Life shooters out in force on Friday

Photographers getting images for special section that will appear in July 30 edition of The NEWS

  • Jun. 18, 2015 3:00 p.m.

It’s time for another edition of A Day in the Life of Parksville.

Photographers from The NEWS and freelancers will be taking pictures of everyday happenings in the city for a special section that will be published in The NEWS on July 30.

Friday is the 70th anniversary of the incorporation of Parksville.

Here’s a list of the photographers for this year’s edition: Linda Matteson-Reynolds, Randy Hall, Brian Argyle, Brenda Gough, Peter McCully, Jeff Westnedge, Carli Berry, Jessica Skelton, John Harding and ten 4-H photography students.

— NEWS Staff

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