Saskatoon Morning | Aug 27, 2013 | 3:40

How Did You Spend Your Summer?

The countdown has begun....it's back to school next week and kids are taking advantage of the great weather to enjoy this last week of summer holidays. Madeline Kotzer went to some favourite hangouts for young people and asked children how they spent their summers.

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