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Beach Hero Amanda Sigouin gives Ottawa visitor Nicholas Crichton, 5, and his sister, Caitlin, 9, a chance to actually touch West Coast sea life last weekend in front of the White Rock Museum and Archives. - Dan Ferguson photo
Beach Hero Amanda Sigouin gives Ottawa visitor Nicholas Crichton, 5, and his sister, Caitlin, 9, a chance to actually touch West Coast sea life last weekend in front of the White Rock Museum and Archives.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson photo

Beach Hero marine interpreters who gave curious youngsters a chance to actually touch West Coast sea life last weekend will return to White Rock's waterfront this Sunday.

The volunteers will be in front of the White Rock Museum and Archives (14970 Marine Dr.) from 1 - 5 p.m. Aug. 26.

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