Arrowsmith legion branch 49 kicked off the new year by installing its new executive for 2018. Front row, from left: Walter Millar, Sue Hodges, Dave Dollis, Ken Griffith and Debbie Juhasz. Back row: Achim Sen, Don Levesque, Ben Thomas, Kevin Pavan, Shona Rowe, Cindy Hamelin, Norm Hamelin, John Watson, Harold Ferguson, Don Snell and Dennis Endersby. — Photo submitted by Debbie Juhasz

Parksville legion seats executive

Parksville branch 49 installs directors during levée

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 49 Mount Arrowsmith has announced the installation of its new executive for 2018.

Dave Dollis was elected president, Sue Hodges moved to the post of past-president and Achim Sen was made deputy zone commander during the legion’s annual levée in Parksville on New Year’s Day, secretary Debbie Juhasz announced in a written release last week.

Other members named to the executive include Ken Griffith, first vice-president; Walter Millar, second vice-president; Don Levesque and Dennis Endersby, Sgt.-at-arms; Harold Ferguson. Hon. Sgt.-at-arms; and John Watson, treasurer.

Executive members include Ben Thomas, Kevin Pavan and Don Snell. Norm and Cindy Hamelin will share the chaplain’s duties.

— Submitted by RCL branch 49

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