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Graffitti Days committee planning this year's event

Members of the Graffiti Days committee are hard at work on this year
Members of the Graffiti Days committee are hard at work on this year's event.
— image credit: Wendy Coomber

Graffiti Days is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and the committee held its first planning meeting last week. The event lost a major draw last year when the Eagle Motorplex shut down and the Old Time Drag Races were cancelled. The group is considering different events that will hopefully bring people back to town on the June 9–10 weekend.

The Village of Cache Creek is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and may incorporate some of its celebrations into this popular annual festival of classic cars.

(sitting, left to right) Sue Peters, Donna Brezina, Christine Elliott, Nicole Siegmann, Bill Elliott, and RCMP Sgt. Kat Thain. (standing, left to right) Damian Couture, Rose Cassidy, Clayton Cassidy, Norm Brezina, Martin Dalsin, and CAO Keir Gervais.

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