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Mount Allison moves back to the top of rankings
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Planes, Zambonis and automobiles
Cumberland News Now
June 9, 2017, midnight
Sept. 29, 2017, 7:03 p.m.
SPRINGHILL – An aeroplane and a Zamboni were two of the many vehicles used to transport students to the Springhill Prom Thursday night.
Other vehicles included jeeps, 4x4 trucks, four-wheelers, a dump truck, and many fancy cars.
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