Chief Fred Sam (left) and Mayor Sandra Harwood (right) were great sports during the Fun at the Beach Day to raise money for the Nak'azdli Youth Committee. The two leaders recieved pies in the face from the highest bidders and posed for a friendly joust afterwards.

Fun at the Beach Day in Cottonwood Park

Chief Fred Sam (left) and Mayor Sandra Harwood (right) were great sports during the Fun at the Beach Day for the Nak’azdli Youth Committee.

 

Chief Fred Sam (left) and Mayor Sandra Harwood (right) were great sports during the Fun at the Beach Day for the Nak’azdli Youth Committee.

The two leaders received pies in the face from the highest bidders to raise money for the event and posed for a friendly joust afterwards.

The day included all kinds of fun activities for kids, and for more photos, click on the photo gallery link in the top right or click on the link below.

http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/3987370/2/Courier/Fun%20at%20the%20Beach?h=d1f080

 

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