Legion help out community groups

President Terry Rimmer from the Fernie Legion, Branch 36, presented donations to various community organisations earlier this month

  • Dec. 21, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Karen Van Wijk from Camp Shiloh received $400

Legion help out community groups

Angela Treharne

President Terry Rimmer from the Fernie Legion, Branch 36, presented donations to various community organisations earlier this month.

The attached photos with captions show recipients of donations from Fernie’s Legion, (Branch #36) presented earlier this month by President, Terry Rimmer.

Karen Van Wijk from Camp Shiloh received $400, Lt Kyla Mckenzie from the Salvation Army received $1,000, Pat Moore Vice President, Jane Binter Manager, and Aysha Haines Sec/Treasurer from the Elk Valley Hospital Foundation received $300, Jerry Gregr from the Fernie Command Corp received $1,500 and Eva Clarke, executive member from Veterans’ Comforts, received $800.


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