Qualicum Beach Legion hands out awards

NEWS assistant editor Neil Horner among those who were honoured

  • Apr. 18, 2013 10:00 a.m.

WELL DONE: The Qualicum Beach Legion presented Neil Horner

WELL DONE: The Qualicum Beach Legion presented Neil Horner, the assistant editor of The NEWS, with a certificate of appreciation last weekend. That was just one of the many awards given out. Awards went to Kari Tiitanen, Jack Maclean, Don Taylor, John Humphrey, Barbara Sinclair, John Klaassen, maria Tittanen, Lynn Maclean, Loan Lane, Edward Acott, Bob Drinkwater, Gil Hopkins, the Town of Qualicum Beach, Jim Blanchard, Christine Ross, Joan Wiese and Shirley Layman. Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medals were also awarded to Wilma Stevens, Norm Woodcock and Jim Diack.

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