A large crowd of almost 100 people was on hand at the St. Michael’s School gym on Tuesday evening to honour Ray Tenisci as the Trail Knights of Columbus 2016 Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year. Dignitaries from Trail and Warfield extended congratulations and gifts and friends shared their thoughts and memories of Ray’s impact in our community.

Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year saluted

Ray Tenisci serenaded

A large crowd of almost 100 people was on hand at the St. Michael’s School gym on Tuesday evening to honour Ray Tenisci as the Trail Knights of Columbus 2016 Trail-Warfield Citizen of the Year.

Dignitaries from Trail and Warfield extended congratulations and gifts and friends shared their thoughts and memories of Ray’s impact in our community.

As with all Citizen of the Year ceremonies, many past winners were on hand to salute the latest honouree.

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