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Pan-AM Torch journey

One of yesterday`s stops in Algoma for the Pan-AM Torch was Blind River.  And things were a bit different there.   The Algoma Paddlers Canoe and Kayak Club put the torch in a voyageur canoe and took it on a ride on the Blind River.    One of the paddlers was the club`s oldest members, 89-year-old Clarence Paris.  Once the flame was back on dry-land it was run over to W. C. Eaket Secondary School by Kathryn Pellarin for a celebration and then towards out of town for the next leg of its journey by student Andrew Labbee.  This morning the torch leaves Sudbury and makes it was toward North Bay and then southward along the Highway 11 corridor.

 

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