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Trail Mayor presented with Queen’s Jubilee medal

Marc Marcolin (left) former mayor of Trail and freemason of the city, presented Mayor Dieter Bogs (right) with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal at the Monday night council meeting. Mayor Bogs was chosen for this award in honour of the contributions he has made to the community.   - Sheri Regnier
Marc Marcolin (left) former mayor of Trail and freemason of the city, presented Mayor Dieter Bogs (right) with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal at the Monday night council meeting. Mayor Bogs was chosen for this award in honour of the contributions he has made to the community.
— image credit: Sheri Regnier
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