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Quyon Lionettes car rally keeps things Canadian

The Quyon Lionettes held their annual car rally on Saturday, seeing almost 60 teams race about town following a series of clues and dressed in costume, relating to the theme of Canada 150. This year was organized by last year’s winners, consisting of, from left, Leigh Dolan, Katie Robinson, Sara Dorrington, Stacey Tanguay, Meghan Morris, Mandy Renaud, Ashley Baker and Holly Richardson.
Teams were also tasked with decorating their vehicles for bonus points, with some going all out. From left, Justin Carson, Jon Taylor, Nathan Graham and Josh Lloyd, as team “Best Buds” took the vehicle decorating to the next level.

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QUYON Oct. 21, 2017
The annual Quyon Lionettes’ car rally took over the town on Saturday, as participants raced through searching for the answers on all things Canadian.
Featuring 58 teams and over 200 participants, the rally tasked everyone with deciphering the organizer’s clues, before taking over Gavan’s Hotel for a night of celebrations.
“The theme was all Canada 150,” said Meghan Morris, one of the event organizers. “We start everyone in 1867 and from there, take them through the decades.”
This year’s rally theme and questions were all organized by the team that won last year. In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, teams were tasked with dressing up their vehicles, donning costumes, answering various questions, collecting scavenger hunt items, plus plenty more for bonus points.

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