Gov. Mike Parson, the Director of Natural Resources Carol Comer and the presiding commissioners for Boone, Callaway and Cole counties dedicated a statue in honor of the three counties’ bicentennial Monday at the Katy Trailhead outside of Jefferson City. The ceremony included several speeches, a ribbon cutting and a presentation of a 24-star flag given to Parson.
Gov. Mike Parson speaks to a crowd of state and Boone, Cole and Callaway County officials on Monday at the trailhead of the Katy Trail just outside of Jefferson City.
Officials of the state and Boone, Callaway and Cole counties cut a ribbon unveiling the new bicentennial statue
Gov. Mike Parson, Director of the Department of Resource Carol Comer and the presiding commissioners of Boone Callaway and Cole counties dedicated a statue celebrating the bicentennial year of the three counties
Nathan Luebbering, Gary Berendzen and Steve Cearlock with the Cole County Honor Guard stand by the bicentennial statue
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