Fayant bagpiping finale for health care workers

Faithful performer marks 100th salute Saturday

Tony Fayant in his grand finale appearance Saturday, playing the bagpipes in support of health care workers. (Photo by Gary Mast)

A rainbow blesses Tony Fayant’s 100th and final bagpiping performance at the plaza in downtown Chemainus Saturday in appreciation to health care workers. (Photo by Gary Mast)

Tony Fayant in his grand finale appearance Saturday, playing the bagpipes in support of health care workers. (Photo by Gary Mast)

Scotties of all sorts turned out for Tony Fayant’s 100th tribute to health care workers on Saturday, July 11, 2020 at 7 p.m. This one was graced with a rainbow. (Photo by Gary Mast)

Scotties of all sorts turned out for Tony Fayant’s grand finale bagpiping performance in support of health care workers Saturday in Chemainus and there was even a rainbow. (Photo by Gary Mast)

Faithful performer marks 100th salute Saturday

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Scotties of all sorts turned out for Tony Fayant’s 100th tribute to health care workers on Saturday, July 11, 2020 at 7 p.m. This one was graced with a rainbow. (Photo by Gary Mast)

Scotties of all sorts turned out for Tony Fayant’s grand finale bagpiping performance in support of health care workers Saturday in Chemainus and there was even a rainbow. (Photo by Gary Mast)

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