DUN­VE­GAN WIN­TER CAR­NI­VAL:

The Glengarry News - - News - STEVEN WAR­BUR­TON PHO­TOS

As al­ways, the Dun­ve­gan Win­ter Car­ni­val of­fered lots of frosty fun. After an early morn­ing break­fast at the Dun­ve­gan Recre­ation Hall, the ac­tion shifted to James Joyce’s prop­erty on County Road 24 just east of town. Top left, Leah Han­charuk of Ot­tawa and Am­ber Kil­gour of Maxville looked after these two minia­ture don­keys, Bruce and Wil­lis, as part of the car­ni­val’s scav­enger hunt. At top, Robin MacSweyn of Dun­ve­gan brought her two-year-old son, Duncan, to the car­ni­val for a lit­tle sleigh time. At left, Eu­gene Kyer of St. An­drews helped with the horse-drawn car­riage. Korey Kyer owns the horses and Dan La­combe owns the sled. For more cov­er­age on the win­ter car­ni­val, please see James Joyce’s col­umn on page 15.

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