Legion offers thanks for support

On behalf of the Qualicum Beach Legion Branch 76, it is my pleasure to thank all the citizens and businesses of Qualicum Beach, for their generous support of our poppy campaign and of our candlelight ceremony, which continues to grow year by year.

I would also like to thank all those who attended a standing-room only crowd, at our Remembrance Day service at the civic auditorium. To the crowds who lined the parade route and applauded the veterans as they marched, to the several hundred who, during the course of the afternoon, shared in the comradeship of the day at our branch. And last but not least to the media and the town for their support through notices and information to alert the citizens to the times and events taking place.

Many, many thanks!

Walter Sweet

President, Branch 76

Qualicum Beach Legion

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