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Harrison Mayor earns Queen's Jubilee

Harrison Hot Springs Mayor Leo Facio was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal on Monday night, chosen by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. The medals recognize those who have done service for the country under the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, as a way to commemorate her 60 years serving the Commonwealth.  - Jessica Peters/ Observer
Harrison Hot Springs Mayor Leo Facio was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal on Monday night, chosen by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. The medals recognize those who have done service for the country under the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, as a way to commemorate her 60 years serving the Commonwealth.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

Harrison Hot Springs Mayor Leo Facio was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal on Monday night, chosen by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. The medals recognize those who have done service for the country under the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, as a way to commemorate her 60 years serving the Commonwealth.

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