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#1) Lawrencetown, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia B0S1M0
The History of our Zamboni
Then the work began, first it was pressure washed off, brought in my shop
and looked over. With volunteers spending hours and days we started
stripping the paint off with
and razor blades, finally it was ready to sand. While they were stripping
the paint I went through the mechanical end of things and realized we
needed some parts. On the phone again to local suppliers for support for
parts, paint etc. It truly shows the community spirit of local businesses
when they are so willing to help out.
"A Zamboni", I said.
“ Sure why not, my son plays shinny hockey in the rink and just loves it.” Off to the paint shop, first the panels then the rest of the zamboni. When it was painted back to the shop it went. For the next week we worked tirelessly to get this project complete.
As you can see it was
quite a transformation. This goes to show the community spirit in our
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