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Charlottetown mayor holds annual Old Home Week kickoff barbecue

Jaelynn OBrien, 3, Ava Myler, 3 and Kaitlin (Cute as a Kitten) MacLean, 4 wait for hotdogs at the Mayors Annual Barbecue in Charlottetown on Friday. They children are from Little Lambs Child Care.
Jaelynn OBrien, 3, Ava Myler, 3 and Kaitlin (Cute as a Kitten) MacLean, 4 wait for hotdogs at the Mayors Annual Barbecue in Charlottetown on Friday. They children are from Little Lambs Child Care.

Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee hosted his annual mayor's barbecue Friday to kick off Old Home Week.  

Gold Cup ambassadors were moving through the crowd, shaking hands and dancing with the children.

Gold Cup Ambassador Katie Wight, left, meets Myley Tierney, a Little Lambs Childcare student, at the Mayor's Annual Barbecue on Friday. The ambassadors were moving through the crowd, shaking hands and dancing with the children. In the picnic table behind them, Mark and Christy Duong and their children enjoy hotdogs and cold drinks.

 

Special Olympics P.E.I. athletes dine with their friend, Jennifer Dunphy, bottom left, at the Mayors Barbecue on Friday at noon. From top left are Trina Dingwell, Jennifer Hickox and Shawn Mitchell, seated. Hundreds of people lined up for hot dogs and cold drinks during the event, held on a blocked off city street in Charlottetown. The barbecue, held annually by Mayor Clifford Lee and the council, is the official kickoff for 2017 Old Home Week.

 

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