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Lego curling stadium a hit in Penticton

David MacDonald of Sherbrooke, N.S. was flown to Penticton thanks to Capital One to show off his Lego curling stadium during the 2013 World Financial Group Continental Cup. MacDonald, who can be followed on Twitter at @lego_curling, was offered $5,000 for his creation. He turned it down as he’s not finished with it. MacDonald and his rink will be going to the Brier and the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

 

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