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GOT A PIN — Bob Morrison of Deroche, near Mission, was hanging out in The Patch during the 2013 WFG Continental Cup wearing this decorated vest of curling pins. The first pin is from the Seagram Mixed Canadian Curling championship in 1974, which Rick Folk won. The newest additions are a Penticton Western News Continental Cup pin and one from the Penticton Curling club. Morrison enjoyed the tournament in Penticton, especially with its format. - Emanuel Sequeira/Western News
GOT A PIN — Bob Morrison of Deroche, near Mission, was hanging out in The Patch during the 2013 WFG Continental Cup wearing this decorated vest of curling pins. The first pin is from the Seagram Mixed Canadian Curling championship in 1974, which Rick Folk won. The newest additions are a Penticton Western News Continental Cup pin and one from the Penticton Curling club. Morrison enjoyed the tournament in Penticton, especially with its format.
— image credit: Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

Bob Morrison was among the enthusiastic fans attending the 2013 World Financial Group Continental Cup

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