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Many out to meet the Paw Patrol

April 12, 2017   ·   0 Comments

Many out to meet the Paw Patrol The showroom at Fines Ford Lincoln was packed Saturday morning, and not with cars. A large crowd of children and their parents were on hand to meet characters from Paw Patrol. The event was also aimed at collecting contributions to the Food Bank run by Caledon Community Services. Henry Martins, 4, was standing by the contributions, joined by Chase, his mother Katie Fines and his father, Fines Ford General Manager Carlos Martins. Photos by Bill Rea

The showroom at Fines Ford Lincoln was packed Saturday morning, and not with cars. A large crowd of children and their parents were on hand to meet characters from Paw Patrol. The event was also aimed at collecting contributions to the Food Bank run by Caledon Community Services. Henry Martins, 4, was standing by the contributions, joined by Chase, his mother Katie Fines and his father, Fines Ford General Manager Carlos Martins.
Photos by Bill Rea

Luca DiScola, 4, of Woodbridge was practising his High-Five with Rubble.

Luca DiScola, 4, of Woodbridge was practising his High-Five with Rubble.

Kaylah Williams, 3, of Bolton got to meet Sky up close.

Kaylah Williams, 3, of Bolton got to meet Sky up close.

Sophie Tenuta, 2, of Palgrave, had a few minutes to get to know Zuma.

Sophie Tenuta, 2, of Palgrave, had a few minutes to get to know Zuma.

         

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