Sarah Clayton was awarded with Legionnaire of the Year!!!
Presenting Poppy Appreciation Certificate to CIBC Staff
The Poppy Campaign and the Supporters
Every year, from the last Friday of October to November 11, tens of millions of Canadians wear a Poppy as a visual pledge to honour Canada’s Veterans and remember those who sacrificed for the freedoms we enjoy today.
Every year the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 30 Port Hope has supporters who volunteer time, have poppy boxes at their location, donate directly or assist with many different aspects of the Poppy Campaign.
We would like to acknowledge just a few of many who always go above and beyond to support the Poppy Campaign every year.
Thank you to all who contribute. Your help each year is appreciated and immeasurable.
Poppy Chairs - John DeBoer & Wayne Stephens
Presenting Poppy Appreciation Certificate to Giant Tiger
Presenting Poppy Appreciation Certificate to the Peter Street Tim Horton's
Importance of Remembrance
The Legion's most widely known activity is the annual Poppy campaign that leads up to Remembrance Day. Legion members and other volunteers distribute tens of millions of Poppies, and gratefully accept donations to raise money in support of Veterans and their families.
While November is recognized as a time of Remembrance, for the Legion and for many across the country, Remembrance is a year-long commitment. At any given moment, there are many opportunities available to anyone wishing to show their appreciation for those who served, including:
Most importantly, take a moment now and then to reflect on the freedoms and peace in your life, and to remember the men and women who served and sacrificed for all we have today.
Presenting Poppy Appreciation Certificate to the Dr. Mark Azzopardi
Poppy Chair John DeBoer, President Andre LaBosse, Dr. Azzopardi, Poppy Chair Wayne Stephens, 1st Vice President Bill Hodges
Presenting Poppy Appreciation Certificate to Lakeridge Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ltd
Presenting Poppy Appreciation Certificate to The Beer Store
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 30 presented Northumberland 89.7-CFWN
with The Royal Canadian Legion Media Award for their wonderful and continuous support.
The Royal Canadian Legion Media Award
has been established by Dominion Command of The Royal Canadian Legion to recognize individuals or organizations from the media who show their support by publicizing the activities and work in the community of Legion Branches, Zones, Districts and Provincial Commands.
The members and officers of the Royal Canadian Legion commend the outstanding generosity, support and assistance that
has provided to
THE BRIGADIER GENERAL G.H. RALSTON BRANCH 30 PORT HOPE.
Our wonderful members,families and friends donated a tree full of gifts for local children and we are proud to donate $1,000. to the Salvation Army Giving Tree along with a tree full of gifts for the children. Thank you so much to organizer Debra Switzer who has helped make a better Christmas for so many children.
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