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PoCo May Day activities last Sunday at Lions Park included a Kinsmen barbecue (Ian Foulds, top right), a biking event (right) and even Bell E. Buttons the clown, who  makes a balloon sword for four-year-old Lukas Trueman of PoCo. - Craig Hodge/The Tri-City News
PoCo May Day activities last Sunday at Lions Park included a Kinsmen barbecue (Ian Foulds, top right), a biking event (right) and even Bell E. Buttons the clown, who makes a balloon sword for four-year-old Lukas Trueman of PoCo.
— image credit: Craig Hodge/The Tri-City News

Port Coquitlam May Day festivities included fun in Lions Park last Sunday.

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