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Tunnel of fun

Sadie Durnin, 22 months, gets some tunnel time during the regular gymboree session offered through the Penticton Parks and Recreation department at the community centre gym. The program runs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and is open to children (with parent or guardian) ages 10 months to four years.  - Mark Brett/Western News
Sadie Durnin, 22 months, gets some tunnel time during the regular gymboree session offered through the Penticton Parks and Recreation department at the community centre gym. The program runs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and is open to children (with parent or guardian) ages 10 months to four years.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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