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Castlegar Railway Museum feature new cut-off character boards

(From left) Deb McIntosh, Nevaeh Tangen, Jami Lord, and Lori Shumey put their best faces forward in the new cut-out signs at the Castlegar Railway Museum. - Craig Lindsay
(From left) Deb McIntosh, Nevaeh Tangen, Jami Lord, and Lori Shumey put their best faces forward in the new cut-out signs at the Castlegar Railway Museum.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

 

Local artist Jami Lord has fixed up the cut-out character boards at the Castlegar Railway Museum. Lord, who was born and raised in Castlegar and went to the Kootenay School of Art, designed and made the boards. For more information on Lord's artwork go to www.jamilordart.webs.com.

 

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