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Spelling bee nets big bucks

Myrna Bosomworth of the The Good Smellers recites the team chant  at Tuesday
Myrna Bosomworth of the The Good Smellers recites the team chant at Tuesday's 5th annual Adult Spelling Bee fundraiser for Literacy Now South Okanagan Similkameen at the Penticton Golf and Country Club. Winner of this year's event was the South Okanagan Immigrant Community Society Lost in Translation entry. A total of 11 teams (70 competitors) took part, rasing about $2,500 for Literacy Now. The best costume award went to the Ministry of Children and Family Development Whiz Bang.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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