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From left to right, Gallipolis Elks Lodge107 Past District Deputy Mike Fulks, Gallipolis Police Chief Jeff Boyer, Elks Exalted Ruler Walt Brown and Gallipolis Office Mark Still stand together as the Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107 presents Gallipolis Police Department with a community service grant worth $700 for canine unit equipment, dog Gina and the canine handler training with Gina’s handler Mark Still.

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From left to right, Gallipolis Elks Lodge107 Past District Deputy Mike Fulks, Gallipolis Police Chief Jeff Boyer, Elks Exalted Ruler Walt Brown and Gallipolis Office Mark Still stand together as the Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107 presents Gallipolis Police Department with a community service grant worth $700 for canine unit equipment, dog Gina and the canine handler training with Gina’s handler Mark Still.
http://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/08/web1_14613.jpegFrom left to right, Gallipolis Elks Lodge107 Past District Deputy Mike Fulks, Gallipolis Police Chief Jeff Boyer, Elks Exalted Ruler Walt Brown and Gallipolis Office Mark Still stand together as the Gallipolis Elks Lodge 107 presents Gallipolis Police Department with a community service grant worth $700 for canine unit equipment, dog Gina and the canine handler training with Gina’s handler Mark Still. Courtesy photo