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    Salvationists March in Calgary Stampede

    Glenmore Temple Band participates in the 100th birthday celebrations of the Calgary Stampede. August 2, 2012
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    Calgary's Glenmore Temple Band participated in the 100th birthday celebrations of the Calgary Stampede. The band is the longest serving one in the stampede parade. Peterborough Temple Band also travelled from Ontario to join them for the event and other anniversary festivities.

    As the 100 Salvationists, including flag bearers, banner carriers, band members and timbrelists, marched along, the crowd of 400,000 lining the streets cheered and sang as the band played "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory." Many called out greetings and others shouted their thanks for the Army's work throughout the year.

    Photo: Peterborough Temple's Doug Leach and Captain Pam Goodyear, DSPRD, Alberta and Northern Territories Division, participate in the Calgary Stampede.

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