Planning for spring blooms

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Hillcrest Elementary students (from left) Paige Tachauer, Anna Rukavina, Jordan Lowe, and Jordan Krahn plant Princess Irene tulip bulbs at the school as part of the Tulips for Tomorrow fundraiser for the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation

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