Kamloops group plans to live under one roof

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The "Rare-birds" left to right: Allen Ciastco, Val MacKay-Greer, Sandi Ceccon, Mary Jordan, Robyn Hines and Dan Hines. Missing are our members from Penticton, Glen & Twyla Burgoine (Courtesy Mary Jordan)

It's often said you can't choose your family, but a group of Kamloopsians who call themselves "the Rare Birds" say you could be wrong on that point.

They are building a house at the end of West Battle street with plans to live together under one roof.

They say it's an "intentional family" of sorts; seven adults and a dog named Oojee.

Sandi Ceccon had Shelley and a few of the birds over for coffee.

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