PHOTOS: #PonokaStrongCOVID-19

Photo by Jordie Dwyer
#PonokaStrongCOVID-19: As the first week of students being home drew to a close, we asked our readers on March 20 to share their photos of getting outside and enjoying the fresh air, and Ponoka delivered. Several people posted photos of playing in the snow and enjoying time with their animals. Photos submitted
Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Photo by Jordie Dwyer

#PonokaStrongCOVID-19: As the first week of students being home drew to a close, we asked our readers on March 20 to share their photos of getting outside and enjoying the fresh air, and Ponoka delivered. Several people posted photos of playing in the snow and enjoying time with their animals.

Photos submitted

By Jordie Dwyer

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