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Aidan Bulldog, SMES Grade 4 Student Writer

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Aidan

funny, cool, smart, gamer

Sibling of Christopher and Kayley

Who loves animals, family and pets

I feel happy when I’m on a rink

Who needs family, friends and pets

Who gives gifts

Who fears dark, high places

Who would like to see a Montreal game

I live in Fort Vermilion

Bulldog

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  1. Mrs. Wright on May 27th, 2016 1:35 pm

    I think a lot of people would like to see the Montreal Canadians play. Good job!

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