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Stratford continued its Canada Day strawberry sundae tradition

Stratford's deputy mayor Gary Clow passes Lindsay Stewart a strawberry sundae at the Stratford Town Centre. Clow, along with city employees and other members of Stratford council, volunteered on Wednesday afternoon to hand out the free sundaes as part of Stratford's Canada Day celebrations. The strawberries came from Balderston's and the ice cream came from ADL. In previous years, the event has drawn over 1000 people and organizers expected this year to be similar.
Stratford's deputy mayor Gary Clow passes Lindsay Stewart a strawberry sundae at the Stratford Town Centre. Clow, along with city employees and other members of Stratford council, volunteered on Wednesday afternoon to hand out the free sundaes as part of Stratford's Canada Day celebrations. The strawberries came from Balderston's and the ice cream came from ADL. In previous years, the event has drawn over 1000 people and organizers expected this year to be similar. - Michael Robar/The Guardian

Tanya Craig, program coordinator with the Stratford recreation, culture and events department, carries a tray of prepared sundaes from the Stratford Town Centre to one of the tents outside where volunteers were handing the sundaes to the occupants of cars.
Tanya Craig, program coordinator with the Stratford recreation, culture and events department, carries a tray of prepared sundaes from the Stratford Town Centre to one of the tents outside where volunteers were handing the sundaes to the occupants of cars.

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