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Endless summer fun

There was plenty of summer fun to be had at the Summerfield Block Party, at 2 Avenue and 172 Street Aug. 13, which included games, face painting, a barbecue and petting zoo.  - Contributed photo
There was plenty of summer fun to be had at the Summerfield Block Party, at 2 Avenue and 172 Street Aug. 13, which included games, face painting, a barbecue and petting zoo.
— image credit: Contributed photo

Summer’s still here and the time is right for block parties in the street.

And that’s just what Cressey Development Group did earlier this month at the new Summerfield housing development on 2 Avenue and 172 Street in South Surrey.

Summerfield residents young and old enjoyed the Aug. 13 block party and all its activities, which included mini golf, face painting, carnival games, a Memphis Blues barbecue, a petting zoo and an obstacle course.

 

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