Ready for the relay

Former city councillor Dorothy Kostrzewa looks up during the Olympic Torch Relay flag raising ceremony at City Hall on Monday. Kostrzewa will be one of the torch bearers on Feb. 7 as the Olympic flame makes its way into Chilliwack. Seen here with her is fellow torch carrier Angela 'Beanie' Laws-Peel sitting on horse Indy

Former city councillor Dorothy Kostrzewa looks up during the Olympic Torch Relay flag raising ceremony at City Hall on Monday. Kostrzewa will be one of the torch bearers on Feb. 7 as the Olympic flame makes its way into Chilliwack. Seen here with her is fellow torch carrier Angela ‘Beanie’ Laws-Peel sitting on horse Indy, as well as councillor Pat Clark and Mayor Sharon Gaetz. Kostrzewa and Laws-Peel are two of 160 community members who will be bringing the Olympic torch through Chilliwack.

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