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Five candles burn in front of the screen bearing the names of five lost fishermen during the prayer vigil at the United Baptist Calvary Church in Woods Harbour. Kathy Johnson photo

 

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Betty
- August 31, 2015
- 19 h 00

Do you have these bracelets for sale...if so, where. There was also someone in halifax making anchor rings...do you have those or know who they are? I live in Lantz but was raised in Herring Cove. I have a lot of fisherman friends.

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