Painting lovely pictures: Willa Loveseth takes the time to delicately add some details to her painting during of the sessions July 11 at the Ponoka Youth Centre. This activity is among the many programs as well as trips that are being offered this summer by the centre through generous community donations. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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Ponoka Youth Centre summer programs painting a pretty picture for kids

Summer Fun: Ericka Reguly looks intently at her painting and what to do next at the Ponoka Youth Centre July 11. This project is one of the many programs being offered by the centre for children. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Painting lovely pictures: Willa Loveseth takes the time to delicately add some details to her painting during of the sessions July 11 at the Ponoka Youth Centre. This activity is among the many programs as well as trips that are being offered this summer by the centre through generous community donations. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Ponoka Youth Centre summer programs painting a pretty picture for kids

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