Trail got a splash of colour this week as over 200 hanging baskets were placed throughout town. Gail Winters (foreground) along with other Community in Bloom volunteers helped unload, prepare and re-load the baskets into trucks. Lana Rodlie photo

Splash of colour for Trail

Community in Bloom volunteers hung over 200 flower baskets from light posts this week

Community in Bloom volunteers hung over 200 flower baskets from light posts this week

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