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Helping hands at Oak Bay Kiwanis Tea Room

Off-duty Oak Bay firefighters Doug Trumble, left, Kyle Beaumont, Greg Swan and Jason Ahokas cut insulation as they make repairs to the Oak Bay Kiwanis Tea Room at Willows Beach. - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Off-duty Oak Bay firefighters Doug Trumble, left, Kyle Beaumont, Greg Swan and Jason Ahokas cut insulation as they make repairs to the Oak Bay Kiwanis Tea Room at Willows Beach.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

A crew of Oak Bay firefighters volunteered to help keep the Oak Bay Kiwanis Tea Room at Willows Beach warmer and more weatherproof, by replacing the insulation inside.

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