The 2003 Summerlea bazaar took place Saturday November 15, 2003 under clear skies and cool
temperatures with little wind. The ambience was festive and warm, and a good time was had
by all. The money counters (among those we missed in the photos) tell us that it was
financially successful as well.|
Some of the people and activities before, during and after the bazaar are depicted in the photos on these pages, but we did not catch all of those who were involved. Many thanks from the Summerlea family to all who participated (photoed or not) in ways too numerous to tell.
Special thanks to Rev. Howard Clark (we didn't catch him on camera), who participated fully in his first Summerlea bazaar. In his role as 50th Avenue greeter, he made an additional advertising sign and counted more than 200 visitors entering by the 50th Avenue entrance, rather more than we would have guessed.
Special thanks as well to the students of Lakeside Academy, the Guides, and the Scouts, who helped to make up for Summerlea's limited manpower availability.
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