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Boomer still remembered

Maureen Eykelenboom pauses (left) for a moment of silence at the grave of her son Andrew (Boomer) Eykelenboom at the cemetery in Courtenay. Cyclists in Boomer
Maureen Eykelenboom pauses (left) for a moment of silence at the grave of her son Andrew (Boomer) Eykelenboom at the cemetery in Courtenay. Cyclists in Boomer's Legacy Ride left the city Friday morning, bound for Victoria.
— image credit: Erin Haluschak
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