Local legion gets new executive committee

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Photo: The Legion has sworn in some new members into its executive committee. From L-R – Tracy Radcliffe, Jim Darlind, Connie Soltys, President Linda Nielsen, Vice-President Laura Sanders, Carole Clethroe, Drew Proudler. Sitting: Dal Rintoul and Laverne McEachern – submitted.

By Energeticcity.ca staff


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The Fort St. John Royal Canadian Legion has elected a new executive committee.

The new committee is now in the works of planning several different projects, including upgrades to the current building and celebration events. The Legion has recently undergone many new upgrades after a flood last winter and is now a bustling centre in the Fort St. John community.

Legion committee members are also recruiting new members.

For more information on activities at the legion, or on how to become a member, drop in to the Legion at 10103, 105th Avenue, or call 250-785-3917.

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