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SLIDE SHOW: Readers share their favourite images of dad on Father’s Day

Here are just some of the dozens of dad photos our readers submitted to us via Facebook

Earlier this week, the Chilliwack Progress asked its Facebook readers to submit photos of their dads in celebration of Father’s Day.

People shared images of their own fathers, their husbands and also their stepfathers. Some of the photos were decades old.

Here are just some of the dozens of shots readers shared with us.

From all of us at the Chilliwack Progress, we would like to wish all the dads out there a very happy Father’s Day.

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