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Royal Canadian Legion
Cobourg Branch # 133
Missile
April 2015
Location:
136 Orr Street
Cobourg, Ont.
K9A 2S1
Office:
905-372-2231
Clubroom:
905-372-1996
Fax:
905-372-3987
Email:
[email protected]
www.eagle.ca/legion
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Club Room
Sunday
1:00 PM-6:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
11:00 AM-10:00 PM
Friday:
11:00 AM-Midnight (12:00 AM)
Saturday:
11:00 AM-11:00 PM
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CONTENTS
Cobourg Branch # 133
Officers, Executive & Committee
Legion Branch #133 Ladies Auxiliary
Officers, Executives & Committee
401 (R.L. Edwards) Wing
Executive & Directors ………...…….……………..
Over 55 Club ………...……………………………………..
Reports
President’s Report ………………………………………...
1st Vice President Report………………………………
2nd Vice President Report……………………………..
401 (R.L. Edwards) Wing AFAC Report…….……
Cobourg Legion Pipe & Drums Report……………
Ladies Auxiliary Presidents Report…………………
Membership Report.…………………………………….
Over 55 Club Report……………………………………..
Poppy Report……………………………………………….
Sick and Visiting Report………………………………..
Sgt.-At-Arms………………………………………………..
Sports………………………………………………………….
Veterans Service Report Officer …………………….
Views
Missile Editor……………………….
Announcements
Events /Entertainment/Notices
Ways & Means ... ………………………………………….
Calendars
Club Room & Upstairs Event……………………….
Advertising……………………………………………..
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Cobourg Legion Branch # 133
Branch Officers
President
Josephine Upton
289-251-3478
[email protected]
Past President
Jaye Bevan
905-372-5202
[email protected]
1st Vice-President
Donald Ashfield
905-373-0879
[email protected]
2nd Vice-President
Iris Milne
905-377-1527
[email protected]
Secretary
Aldene Cooper
905-885-8202 [email protected]
Treasurer
Annette Ashfield
905-373-0879
[email protected]
Sgt.-At-Arms
Bob Robinson
905-372-3896
[email protected]
Padre
Art King
905-372-6408
[email protected]
Membership Chair
Donald Ashfield
905-373-0879
[email protected]
Poppy Chair
Iris Milne
905-377-1527
[email protected]
Canteen # 1 & 2 Chair
Shelly Thompson
905-372-6554
[email protected]
Veterans Service Officer
John Aitken
905-377-1527
[email protected]
TOD Resolutions & Regulations
Donald Ramsay
905-885-4442
[email protected]
Band Liaison
Josephine Upton
289-251-3478
[email protected]
Nevada
Yolande McKinnon
905-373-4336
[email protected]
Honour & Awards
Lorie Beal
705-939-1805
[email protected]
Youth Education
Josephine Upton
289-251-3478
[email protected]
Entertainment
Yolande McKinnon
905-373-4336
[email protected]
Josephine Upton
289-251-3478
[email protected]
Legion Property
Donald Ashfield
905-373-0879
[email protected]
Ways & Means
Robert Robinson
905-372-3896
[email protected]
Sport Officers
Lauri Gourd
905-269-7260
[email protected]
Josephine Upton
289-251-3478
[email protected]
Track & Field
Gordon Hunter
905-372-1270
[email protected]
Charitable Foundation & Bursary
Annette Ashfield
905-373-0879
[email protected]
Sick & Visiting
Judy Elliott
905-372-9666
[email protected]
Funerals & Flowers
Judy Elliott
905-372-9666
[email protected]
Pipe Band Liason
Donald Ashfield
905-373-0879
[email protected]
Missile Editor
Normalee Teskey
905-342-3372
[email protected]
Web Master
Gerry Freyman
905-349-3588
[email protected]
Branch Executive
P.R.O.
Committees
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Cobourg Legion Branch # 133
Ladies Auxiliary
Officers & Executive 2014
Officers
President
Valerie Davies
905-373-1076
[email protected]
Past President
Yolande McKinnon 905-373-4336
1st Vice-President
Linda Bevan
905-372-7197
2nd Vice-President
Judy Elliot
905-372-9666
Recording Secretary
Lori Beal
705-939-1805
Correspondence Secretary
Meghan Duncan
905-376-1457
Treasurer
Jennifer Brooks
905-373-1602
Sgt.-At-Arms
Aldene Cooper
905-885-8202
Sports Officer
Audrey Strang
905-372-2615
Social Convenor
Susan Poelstra
905-342-2087
Carol Davies
905-372-6005
Janice Chesterton 613-966-6037
Carol MacAusland
905-373-1184
Judy Elliot
905-372-9666
Susan Herbert
905-885-7761
Linda Bevan
905-372-7197
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Judy Elliott
905-372-9666
Sick & Visiting
Judy Elliott
905-372-9666
Entertainment
Yolande McKinnon 905-373-4336
Funeral Receptions
Jean Barton
905-372-4052
Funerals
Cash Richardson
905-372-5624
Golden Plough
Sharon Martorino
905-372-5569
Set-ups
Kitty Lipa
905-377-1910
Betty Poelstra
905-372-9746
[email protected]
Executive
Committees
[email protected]
Cook
Cobourg Legion Branch # 133 Hall Rentals and Catering
Rent the hall for Receptions, Weddings & Private functions. The hall is air conditioned and wheelchair accessible.
Hall Rental Contact: Shelly Thompson 905-372-6554 or email: [email protected]
Moonshot Euchre
Second (2nd) and Fourth (4th) Thursday of Each Month
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PRESIDENT'S REPORT
April 2015
Spring has finally arrived, the snow is almost gone in some areas, time to get out there and do some
walking. I was fortunate enough to be able to take a break for 10 days and head to Myrtle Beach
although the weather was only high 50"s low 60's it was great to get away from the minus 30's.
March has been a busy month around the branch, many functions in the auditorium and clubroom.
Our last Ladies Night for the season will be on Tuesday April 21st starting at 7 pm tickets will be at the
bar for $6.00 per person. I would like to thank the Ladies for all their support in putting on this night
each month and special thanks to Christine Davidson and Jeananne Booth for looking after everything
on March 24th as I had to be away. Many thanks to Terry Bender for taking care of the Juke Box Tunes
for us.
Thanks to all that came out to our Murder Mystery Dinner on March 14th, another great night with
Wine Tasting from the Diamond Winery in Niagara and a Silent Auction, thanks to those that donated
and those that supported.
I attended the Ladies Auxiliary Birthday party on March 21st and the Ladies were very generous in
making a donation of $8,000. We have earmarked this money to go towards the kitchen in our new
building. Also on that day, we had 48 members and guests from Branch 112 Whitby visit us. They had
been on a tour of 5 branches and thought that F-2 branches treated them very well. Some of our
officers are heading to Whitby for the District Convention on April 25-26th, so we will connect again.
We attended the Zone Convention in Port Hope March 22nd where we elected our new Zone
Commander Gary Newman and Deputy Zone Commander Gary Lloyd. Good luck to them both.
Nominations for our new branch officers will take place at the General meeting on April 16th the
nominations will again be opened up at the May 21st General Meeting and election will follow. Please
ask a person before you nominate them, think about taking on a position yourself. Don't criticize if you
don't get involved.
In May, I will have completed three terms as your President and I have enjoyed it most of the time, I
have connected with many great members and shared stories and got an insight to how things use to
be, how our times have changed, no smoking inside our outside the door, members don't just drop in
with the guitars and start jamming, people are getting older and don't want to be out past nine o'clock
at night on the weekend, the day for many members who used to party at the branch until one in the
morning are gone for many . This is why many Legions are having difficulty in keeping their doors
open. It was mentioned at our Zone Convention that branches should be looking to Volunteer staff as a
way to cut back on expenses. At this time I don't think that is something that this branch should be
considering with the hours of business that we are open, but that could all change come election time.
I will not be putting my name forward for President this coming year, time for a change in the reigns.
Thank you to all that supported me in my last 3 years, your support and encouragement was much
appreciated.
Take Care of Yourself and Your Family,
Respectfully, Josephine
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THE MISSILE
APRIL 2015
MEMBERSHIP
Approximately 90% of the dues have now been paid by our members. I have telephoned all of the
outstanding members just as a reminder, and slowly the late payers are responding.
In my telephone campaign I have found that a few of our members have no telephone service in place.
If you are one of those members would you please update your membership in order that we can keep
in touch with you as the need arises. If anyone has changed their telephone number or address please
inform the membership office so that we can keep our records in order.
1st VICE PRESIDENTS
I hope you all had a very Happy Easter and that you are now back to the grindstone.
I attended the Zone Convention in Port Hope on Sunday 22nd March which was a great turn out. The
District Convention is in April in Whitby and the Ontario Command Conference in Niagara Falls in
May.
Just a reminder but your new Executive will be voted for in May with nominations taking place in both
April and May at your General Meetings. These are the events that you should really attend to hear
what is happening at your branch and who you feel should be elected. If you do not attend to vote then
do not complain if the Legion is not being run to your satisfaction.
If you have any interest in how your Branch should be run then attend the elections and vote for who
you feel is the best qualified persons to run the Branch.
Don Ashfield
1st Vice President/Membership Chairman.
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Veterans Service Officer’s Report
As of 1st of June , 2015, I will no longer be the Veterans
Service Officer for Branch 133. After over 6 years of serving veterans, their wives, widows and families, I have decided to pass on the torch to some one new. This person
does not need to be a veteran but because that person
will be signing cheques and in some cases, accessing confidential financial information on clients,
this person will have a mandatory Police Check
(mandated by Ontario Command) paid for by the Branch.
They must also be able to speak in a knowledgeable manner with people from the VA and Ontario Command. I
have given 6 months notice so that if some one wishes to
volunteer, there will be lots of time to train and mentor
the new Service Officer. This position is an appointed position and NOT ELECTED. Please contact me or the
Branch if you wish to volunteer.
I would like to say that it HAS BEEN AN HONOUR to
serve the veterans, wives, and widows from inside and
outside this area. I think it is time to look at other interests within the Legion.
Respectfully,
John Aitken
Br.133 Veterans Service Officer
Zone F2 Veterans Service Officer
Veteran’s Service Officer
Book Donation Notice
The Legion Library is sufficiently stocked now and no longer
accepting donations effective
immediately.
A huge thank you to all for the
donations.
Notice from Don Ashfield
For information or assistance
with the Department of
Veterans Affairs in regard to
entitlement to any disability
Pension, Pension applications,
Re-assessment, VIP Services,
Survivor Benefits
March 24’ 2015
please contact me.
John Aitken-Branch 133 Service Officer
905-377-1527 or email @ [email protected]
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Ladies Auxiliary April Report
Dear Comrades;
Our next general meeting is April 6/15 at 7:30. It is also election night, please come out and
vote. Our next executive meeting is April 27/15 at 7:30.
Our condolences go out to comrade, Flo Pearse’s family, on her passing, and to everyone who
has lost a loved one.
Our Birthday Dinner was wonderful and the entertainment, 2 Guys Karaoke was great. Everyone had a wonderful time. The Branch did a great job in serving us. Thank You. At our dinner, Br. President Josephine Upton attended, we gave the branch $8,000.00.
Please come out and support our Roast Beef Dinner, tickets are $12.00, phone Meghan Duncan
@ 905-376-1457 by Wednesday before the next one, which is April 19/15. Also, come out and
support our Friday lunches which are $6.00, the next one is April 10/15 and April 24/15.
Convener for April is Linda Bevan- her helpers are: Lori Beal, Susan Brown, Evellence
Cochrane, Terry Lee Dodd, Mary Jane Hall, Josie Konstantini, Stephanie McAskill, Barb
Mathews, Doreen O,Keefe, Sue Poelstra, Janet Richardson, Judy Sherwin, Alana Thickson,
Marion White, and Jennifer Young.
Val Davies
L.A. President.
Sick and Visiting
April
John Harper is still a patient at NHH
Mary Calahan is home and getting stronger after her surgery.
Reg Smith is ill at home waiting to go in for an operation.
Last Post
Ron Hochu ordinary member passed away Feb. 12th 2015. A Celebration of Life will be held sometime in
May.
Long time ordinary member Brian Babcock passed away in London Ontario on March 7th 2015.
To all those who've lost a loved one, are sick at home or just feeling down our thoughts and prayers are
with you.
Yours in Comradeship
Judy
Email:[email protected]
Home: 905-372-9666 or Cell:905-269-6057
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Missile Editor
Hello Everyone,
I’m back in Cobourg and express my thanks to those
whom submitted reports & articles by email. This was
especially appreciated by the Branch Office Manager,
Debbie, who scanned and email those articles. This method works however causes your submission to appear dingy in the print or web view.
I wish to express a huge thank you, Debbie Nalysnyk, who
accepted the task of scanning paper submissions, printing
and dispersing the “Missile” during my absence.
I continue and appreciate all articles & pictures to be send
by email thus providing a quality output of the “Missile”
bulletin by the 25th of each month to ensure your information appears in the upcoming publication, otherwise it
will appear in the following month.
A volunteer from The Help Centre has offered
to run a number of free income tax preparation
clinics at the branch depending on demand.
Through this Canada Revenue Agency sponsored program free tax preparation is available
to low income individuals and families. The
criteria for participation in the program are
available from The Help Centre and details will
be posted at the branch shortly as soon as dates
are firmed up. The Help Centre provides this
service free of charge to participants. You can
contact [email protected]
Enjoy Easter with family and friends and the season of
new growth among all things.
[email protected]
Normalee Teskey-Editor
Legion Metal Cleaning
Earl Hewison
195 Riverdale Parkway
Padre Art King
905-372-6408
[email protected]
President’s Party
Just a friendly reminder that the Presidents Party
is on Saturday April 11th.
Volunteer letters have been given out, if there is someone you may
have forgotten that helps out, would you please let me know ASAP.
Please be there at 6:30pm sharp if able to greet our volunteers. The
hall will open at 8:00 pm for all other members.
Ladies this is about the only time we don't have to wear blues and
greys, so pick out the party dress and the heels, looking forward to a
good time.
PADRE: HOPE YOU AND PAM WILL BE BACK IN TOWN BY THEN
Josephine
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Frankford, Ontario
613-398-6793
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Entertainment News!!
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS!!
One more time…
Ladies, your response has again been excellent for the trip to Gananoque on April 18 and 19.
Remember we are leaving the Legion parking lot in Cobourg at 8 a.m. (Port Hope travelers will be picked up at the
Metro lot at 7.45!!) returning Sunday approx. 6 p.m. Your final payments will be due by the April General Meeting.
Good news is to bring your bathing suits, yes, there is a pool at the hotel!
Yolande McKinnon, Ladies Auxiliary Entertainment
905-373-4336
The updated Branch lineup for entertainment this year is as follows. Mark your calendars – tell your
friends, bring a group with you to enjoy the festivities!!!
April 19 – Clubroom – Karaoke – Rita & John Harpell – 1-5 p.m. before the roast beef dinner.
May 9 – Clubroom – Nelson Denis DJ 8 – 12 p.m.
You have been missing some great entertainment This is for you – the members – please participate!!!
Yolande McKinnon - Entertainment
SPRING
Ah, how wonderful is the advent of the
Spring!—the great annual miracle.... which
no force can stay, no violence restrain, like
love, that wins its way and cannot be
withstood by any human power, because
itself is divine power. If Spring came but
once in a century, instead of once a year, or
burst forth with the sound of an earthquake,
and not in silence, what wonder and
expectation would there be in all hearts to
behold the miraculous change!... We are like
children who are astonished and delighted
only by the second-hand of the clock, not by
the hour-hand.
~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Kavanagh,
1849
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Easter Hours
10%
Cobourg Legion Br # 133
Legion blue’s or greys
Good Friday-April 3-Closed
Easter Sunday-April 5-Closed
Notice submitted by
Josephine Upton-March 27
Ways & Means
Meat Draws
every Friday at 5:00 PM
& Saturdays at 3:00 PM
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Cobourg Legion Pipes and Drums April Report
The history of pipe music is long and reflective, a continuum of tunes that mirror not only the passage
of significant events in both country and countrymen but the changing state of the nation's psyche as
well. The names of the tunes run the gamut of emotion in referencing battles both great and small, the
sweeping currents of time and place, and the quiet moments of merriment and melancholy. Who hasn't
heard a pipe tune that didn't bring a smile or a tear or a heart full of pride? The composers of these
tunes, many long departed, are, sadly, often not as well remembered as their tunes, unless they are of
singular significance. However, the members of the CLP&D are fortunate, and honoured, to have just
such a singular composer in their midst. Long time band member and drummer Dick Byrne has written
a pipe tune that will, by turns, make the listener smile, tap their foot and also feel a touch of nostalgia.
Entitled "O'Byrne's Farewell to Kilkea Castle", it reflects on the last sight Dick had of Kilkea Castle as
he left Ireland for Canada when he was 17 years old. A 12th century Norman castle in County Kildare,
Ireland, its conversion to hotel was Dick's last job in Ireland before emigrating with his skills to Canada.
Possessed of a unique talent to whistle any pipe tune, Dick carried this melody in his head until, with
the help of fellow band member Joanne Drury, he could convert it to notes on a page. Shared with only
the CLP&D, we are now working to make it one of our premier tunes, and will debut it to the world in
due course. Thanks Dick, for this significant gift to your band.
It was also through the good offices of Dick's involvement that the band recently realized a high point in
their playing and parading. We joined many other bands and marchers in the 2015 Toronto St. Patrick's
Day Parade, leading a large contingent of LiUNA members (Labourers' International Union of North
America) along significant sections of St. George St., Bloor St., Yonge St., Queen St., and University
Ave.. All 4 km.,13,000 steps of it! It was a day that started out cold enough to be one of our Christmas
parades but ended in sunshine, and the satisfaction of knowing that we had performed well in front of
the largest, and noisiest, crowd with which we have ever shared the name of the Cobourg Legion Pipes
and Drums and our music. Any other parade we do will seem shorter, not a bad perspective to have
acquired.
By now you will no doubt have read in the local papers about a recent CLP&D delegation to a town of
Cobourg Council meeting. The state of many of our uniforms parts, and the recent increase in playing
members, has resulted in a critical need to replace and acquire many of the various bits that comprise
a $5000 per member investment. Some of the bits are original to the time when the Cobourg Legion
very generously purchased the initial kitting-out for the band 50 years ago. Care and concern can only
carry the Quarter Master so far, and we are in need of sustained funds, in addition to those raised by
our on-going fund-raising efforts. Consequently, our representatives, Mary Ito, Pipe Major, and President Brent Sanderson, made a thorough and compelling presentation to the Council, asking for a yearly sum of $10,000 over three years, later increased to four years (the term of the current council), at the
suggestion of our Deputy-Mayor. The budget deliberations for the town are about to begin so the timing was right, as was our power-point presentation to a full council and a Cogeco TV audience.
There will be at least two opportunities to hear the band play in April. We will provide music for the Legion President's Party, to be held at the Legion on April 11 and on Saturday, April 25, the band is having another of its very popular Ceilidhs. This one will be a little different, in that there won't be a tables
of silent auction items, just lots of opportunity to sing along, dance and share your talents via the openmic. There will be a couple of larger raffle ticket items, which we hope will help out our uniform fund,
and of course the pipes and drums will perform for the gathering.
Ian McFarlane
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April 2015
Legend Club Room=CR & Upstairs=UP)
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
1
2
3
4
Ladies Darts @ 7:00
PM (CR)
Tallboys @ $3.85
(CR)
Good Friday
Meat Draw
Closed
3 PM (CR)
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Easter Sunday
L.A. Gen. Meeting
(UP)
Newfie [email protected]
7:30 PM (CR)
Ladies Darts @ 7:00
PM (CR)
Br. Ex. Meeting
L.A. Lunch 11:301:00PM (CR)
Branch President’s
Party
Meat Draw
(UP)
Moonshot Euchre
@ 7:00 PM (UP)
5 PM (CR)
Meat Draw
Mixed Darts @ 8:00
(CR)
3 PM (CR)
Closed
12
Monday Darts
@1:00 PM (CR)
Tallboys @ $3.85
(CR)
13
14
15
16
17
18
Monday Darts
@1:00 PM (CR)
Ladies Night
Over 55 Luncheon
Br. General Meeting
Meat Draw
L.A Bus Trip
Matt Bloom-Speaker
5 PM (CR)
Ballroom Dance
(New U Tour)
7:30 PM
Tallboys @ $3.85
(CR)
Mixed Darts @ 8:00
(CR)
Meat Draw
Ladies Darts @ 7:00
PM (CR)
Newfie [email protected]
7:30 PM (CR)
3 PM (CR)
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Karaoke –
Monday Darts
@1:00 PM (CR)
Newfie [email protected]
7:30 PM (CR)
Ladies Darts @ 7:00
PM (CR)
Tallboys @ $3.85
(CR)
L.A. Lunch 11:301:00PM (CR)
Ceilidhs
Moonshot Euchre
@ 7:00 PM (UP)
Meat Draw
Rita & John Harpell
–(1-5 pm) (CR)
L.A, Roast Beef
Dinner @5:30 PM
Ladies Night (CR)
5 PM (CR)
(Mary Ito)
Meat Draw 3 PM
(CR)
Mixed Darts @ 8:00
(CR)
(UP)
Blue’s Concert
(UP)
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27
UFCW Local 175
Meeting
LA Exec. Mtg.
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55 Club Executive/Committees 2014-2015
THE OVER 55 CLUB
OFFICERS
Chairperson
Marlene Towns
905-372-3643
Past Chair
Jeannette Dempster
905-376-3446
1st Vice
Joyce Etcher
905–372-6306
2nd Vice
Jenny Allison
905-373-0926
Secretary
Jeannette Dempster
905-376 -3446
Treasurer
Joan MacDonald
905-372-8884
Bingo
Randy Skinner
905 –372-9836
Sick & Visiting
Sharon Lyon
905-349-1060
Darts
Jenny Allison
905-373-0926
Events Coordinator & Trips
Eileen Rollings
1- 613-475- 9737
Games
Art Brace
905-377- 0428
P.R.O.
Danny Parsons
905-372- 5639
Legion Liaison
John Aitken
905-377-1527
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
VOLUNTEER HELPERS
Bingo
Art Brace
905-377-0428
Draws
Bernice Basinger
905-372-9501
Rosemary Quigley
905-372-9875
Danny Parsons
905-372-5639
Randy Skinner
905-372-9836
Jenny Allison
905-373-0926
Special Events
Lunch Coordinator
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Over 55 Club Report
Greetings All!
Hope this finds everyone well. To those who are not well our best wishes from everyone at the Club. Hopefully
Spring is on its way and there will soon be an end to this terrible weather. I would like to remind everyone that
the April meeting on the 15th will be our election of officers. Please consider standing for a position; it would be
nice to see some new faces. If you think you would like to serve in any capacity please ask someone to nominate
you. For the members, if you are thinking of nominating someone for a position please make sure they want
their name put forward; it wastes a lot of time if they don’t want to stand. Barb Reading will be officiating and
John Aitken, Legion Liaison Officer will be observing at the election.
Eileen Rollings has been working hard to bring you a Spring Fashion Show on April 23rd. Please support the
Club by purchasing a ticket ($5.00) available at the Bar, Jeannette Dempster, Eileen Rollings and Jenny
Allison.
Hope to see a good turnout at the next luncheon and elections. We need your input.
Thank you,
Marlene Towns
Chairperson
Over 55 Club
401 (R.L. Edwards) Wing
Wing Executive/Directors 2013/2014
Executive
President
Frank Lindsay 905-377-0047
Treasurer
Ronald Rose
Sick & Visiting
Donald Duthie 905-885-4247
Historian
Donald Macklin 905-372-3231
Public Relations
Valerie Taylor
905-372-3946
Phone Committee
Bette Ireland
905-377-9523
905-885-2845
Penny Carriere 905-342-2497
The Wing meets for lunch on the second Wednesday of the month.
Contact the President to find out where the meeting is.
Missile April 2015