Qualicum Beach legion member receives award

The medal and a plaque from BC/Yukon Command were awarded in recognition of his dedicated service to the Legion

AWARD FOR SERVICE: During the Qualicum Beach Legion Branch 76’s 90th anniversary ceremony on Oct. 2

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AWARD FOR SERVICE: During the Qualicum Beach Legion Branch 76’s 90th anniversary ceremony on Oct. 2, Jim Diack was honoured with the Meritorious Service Medal. The medal and a plaque from BC/Yukon Command were awarded in recognition of his dedicated service to the Legion, in particular at the branch, zone and provincial levels. Included in the award was a framed certificate from the Royal Canadian Legion Dominion Command for outstanding devotion to the aims and objectives of the Royal Canadian Legion. Above, from left to right, are: Branch 76 president Don Taylor, Jim Diack and Zone Commander Roy Cardinal.

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