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Letter: Proud of the Penticton Vees

It was a fantastic season and we are looking forward to next season

To Fred Harbinson and the entire Penticton Vees organization: my hubby and I are season ticket holders and could not be any prouder of this team.

It was a fantastic season and we are looking forward to next season.

GO VEES GO!

Andrea Friess

Penticton

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