Gagnants du Concours de dessin annuel de Noël CHIP 2016
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Concours de dessin annuel de Noël CHIP 1re place catégorie 5-7 ans - Mia Eadie 1re place catégorie 8-10 ans - Kamie Désormeaux 1re place catégorie 11-13 ans - Arianne Laflèche 2e place catégorie 5-7 ans - Abby Dagenais 2e place catégorie 8-10 ans - Zachary Boone 2e place catégorie 11-13 ans - Mackenzie Fitzpatrick 3e place catégorie 5-7 ans - Sabrina Labine Lévesque 3e place catégorie 8-10 ans - Anna Riopelle 3e place catégorie 11-13 ans - Rhiley Wood

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