Awards of support: A number of presentations of thanks were given out June 15 by the 1st Ponoka Parent Group at a family barbecue event. That includes a big thank you to Ponoka Family and Community Support Services represented by Doug Gill (middle) from group Scoutmaster Maurice Mazurat (left) and leader Brent Wilson. Others honoured for their support of the local Scouting movement included Matt Whipps (Spirit of Scouting award for dedication), the Ponoka Kinsmen, Auction Place and Gary Laurer, while Inke Derks and Dwayne Joliffe received the group’s colours recognizing them as lifetime members. Photo submitted

PHOTO: Scouts honour Ponoka groups

Ponoka scouting troop recognizes those in the community that continue to support the movement

By Jordie Dwyer

Ponoka scouting troop recognizes those in the community that continue to support the movement

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