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Don Fennell photo Colton Ternes of the Richmond Raiders fights his way for a couple of extra yards during the Raiders’ 34-14 win over the 49ers in Gordon Strurtridge Football League play Sunday at Minoru Park. The league, which plays the majority of its games on the North Shore, boasts six teams and plays American rules with 11 players per team.

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Abrey to play for Canada at Pan-Am softball championship Richmond’s Bryan Abrey is one of the 16 players named to the Canadian senior men’s national team that will compete at the eighth Pan-American Softball Championship Sept. 16 to 22 in Medellin, Colombia. This event will serve as a qualifier for the International Softball Federation World Championship to be held

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Guatemala, Argentina, Mexico, Venezuela and Dominican Republic. A graduate of R.A. McMath Secondary where he was an athletic star in basketball, golf, soccer and volleyball, Abrey, 25, is one of only two B.C. players on the national team. Tyson Barkman of Abbotsford is the other. –by Don Fennell


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Seniors’ Real Estate Specialist®

Born and raised in North Vancouver, my family and I used to come to Richmond every year to pick corn. That was many of years ago and how that corn field has changed! Lured by the little town of Steveton’s wonderful village charm, my husband and I moved to Richmond to raise our family. Enchanted by the countryside, in such close proximity to the city and the sea, we bought one of the grand heritage houses of Richmond, of which we continue to work hard to restore and preserve (it never ends).

Richmond, BC V7C 5S7

With over 18 years of property ownership, 12 years as a landlord and 6 years as a Strata President and Manager, I know what it feels like to be on the other side of the table. I take this experience, together with m love of real estate, to provide caring, professional service. Designed to make you comfortable and knowledgeable with the whole process.

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Richmond Review, September 14, 2012  

September 14, 2012 edition of the Richmond Review

Richmond Review, September 14, 2012  

September 14, 2012 edition of the Richmond Review