Heritage Week Dress Up winners

Integris Credit Union wins big in this year's Dress Up contest during Clinton's Heritage Week.

Mel Painter and Evelyn Bell.

Best Business Heritage Theme Decoration, Inside and outside: Integris Credit Union

Best Business Individual / Group Costume: Integris Credit Union staff (Many from Prince George, were dressed up all week and also took part in the Annual Ball, Old Timers Tea, Friday night dinner at the Legion, Clinton Parade and The Clinton Rodeo) Angie Cahill, Mel Painter, Evelyn Bell and Alex and Jason

Best Individual Period Costume: Wayne Marchant (Wayne was dressed up all week starting with the 147th Clinton Annual Ball)

A Thank You goes out to the Clinton Emporium for providing many of the historical items to help promote Heritage Week.

Yvette May

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