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Fireworks light up the night sky to celebrate the arrival of 2014

Jenna Ferguson and Patrick Kendrick were among the hundreds of people who rang in the new year with the annual dazzling display of fireworks which lit up the night sky over Okanagan Lake, courtesy of the Penticton Lakeside Resort. Overall Penticton RCMP reported a relatively quiet night with no major incidents reported.  - Mark Brett/Western News Photo Illustruation
Jenna Ferguson and Patrick Kendrick were among the hundreds of people who rang in the new year with the annual dazzling display of fireworks which lit up the night sky over Okanagan Lake, courtesy of the Penticton Lakeside Resort. Overall Penticton RCMP reported a relatively quiet night with no major incidents reported.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News Photo Illustruation
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