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Armstrong celebrating its first century

(courtesy City of Armstrong)

Turning 100 is reason enough to celebrate and that's exactly what the city of Armstrong is doing.

To mark the centennial, the City of Armstrong is re-enacting its inaugural meeting of council.

Ryan Nitchie and Wayne Ashton, both city councillors, are taking part in the re-enactment on Tuesday.

They dropped by our studio to explain what they are doing.

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