A large crowd amasses at the Peace Arch during the Hands Across the Border celebration on Sunday, June 10, 2007. The event included thousands of people from the U.S. and Canada representing boy scouts, girl scouts, veterans and law enforcement who paraded together across the border and traded mementos of American and Canadian culture.
A large crowd amasses at the Peace Arch during the Hands Across the Border celebration on Sunday, June 10, 2007. The event included thousands of people from the U.S. and Canada representing boy scouts, girl scouts, veterans and law enforcement who paraded together across the border and traded mementos of American and Canadian culture. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
A large crowd amasses at the Peace Arch during the Hands Across the Border celebration on Sunday, June 10, 2007. The event included thousands of people from the U.S. and Canada representing boy scouts, girl scouts, veterans and law enforcement who paraded together across the border and traded mementos of American and Canadian culture. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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