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Boomer's Legacy honoured

A stained glass window dedicated to the Boomer
A stained glass window dedicated to the Boomer's Legacy Foundation was officially unveiled Tuesday afternoon at the Comox Valley Airport. The window (inset) was created by local glass artist Jan Lindstrom (left) and depicts the foundation logo and a yellow ribbon, the well-known symbol of support for Canada's troops. Next to her was Dave Mellin, honorary colonel of the 407 Squadron; Boomer's Legacy founder Maureen Eykelenboom; airport CEO Fred Bigelow; and 19 Wing commander Col. Jim Benninger.
— image credit: Erin Haluschak
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