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Family Day a homerun

The Bryson Revitalization Committee held their annual Family Day fun at the Bryson Lions’ Park on Saturday, complete with music, games, and plenty of baseball. Pictured, live music was kicked off with performances by Garry Cummings and friends at the beginning of the afternoon.
Bryson councillor Dave Miljour pitches a fast one in the Saturday afternoon games.
Baseball games featured a variety of match-ups, from old-timer games to kids against parents. Pictured, Cliff Welsh cracks a strong one.
The event was meant to bring together the community, through a variety of fun activities. From left: Maison des jeunes brought along bouncy structures and a Sno-cone machine on Saturday, with the iced treats manned by Xavier Graveline and Ben Beland.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
BRYSON July 14, 2018
With live music, food and baseball, one committee in Bryson has set out to continue their mission of bringing the community together while fundraising for a variety of initiatives in their town.
The Bryson Revitalization Committee held their fourth annual Family Day on Saturday, hosting many fun and games all afternoon and into the night at the Bryson Lions Park.
“The day is to bring the community together,” said committee member Joanne Ralston. “It’s a homecoming, a good weekend to come back to see friends and family.”

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