Legion thanks

The Royal Canadian Legion thanks those involved in this year's Remembrance Day events.

Dear editor,

The Royal Canadian Legion BC-Yukon Command Branch 281(Port McNeill), Branch 237(Port Hardy), Branch 198(Alert Bay) and Branch 180(Port Alice) thanks all those persons, and organizations who attended, participated in and assisted with the Remembrance Day ceremonies on Sunday, November 11th, 2012. Also, a grateful thank-you to those local individuals, businesses, schools and government agencies that donated to our annual poppy and remembrance campaign this year and in previous years, your support is greatly appreciated.

Royal Canadian Legion

BC-Yukon Command

Alert Bay, Port Alice, Port Hardy, Port McNeill

 

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