PHOTOS: Piston Poppers parade

Piston Poppers parade: President of the Piston Poppers, Ray Ward, helps line up the cars on June 19, from a 1931 Model A to a 1967 Plymouth GTX, for a drive up to the Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury for patients to view and enjoy. Two weeks ago the club did a drive-by at the Ponoka Hospital and Care Centre. Photo by Karen Douglass

Piston Poppers parade: President of the Piston Poppers, Ray Ward, helps line up the cars on June 19, from a 1931 Model A to a 1967 Plymouth GTX, for a drive up to the Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury for patients to view and enjoy. Two weeks ago the club did a drive-by at the Ponoka Hospital and Care Centre. Photo by Karen Douglass

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