Massey Legion hosts Honours and Award Night

A long-time member of the Massey Royal Canadian Legion Branch #432, Margaret Ann Behm, has been named Legionnaire of the Year.
Behm headed up the branch Poppy Campaign this year and also spent many hours volunteering and running euchre.
Forty-five year pins were also presented to Victor Stresman Senior and Wilfred McKie and certificates were presented to comrades who took part in the November Poppy Campaign.
Legion President, Gerry Ferguson and Ladies Auxiliary President, Doreen Ferguson were also sworn in along with their executives.


Certificates of Appreciation were presented to all the Comrades who participated in the Poppy Campaign last November. Presented by Margaret Ann Behm (Poppy Chairman).

Deputy Zone H-4 Commander Jean Burns swearing Doreen Ferguson in as President of the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary for the next two years. Next picture is Zone H-4 Debbie Magee swearing in (l-r): 1st Vice Ed Duncan; Wesley MacDonald 3rd Vice and Kimberly Stresman, 2nd Vice.

The Massey Legion Ladies Auxiliary presented the President of the Branch with a cheque for $4,000 and thanks all the committees for their support. From the Left top picture Julia Cordeau, Judy Brush,Jackie Meier, Diane Stresman, Jackie Massicotte, Grace Wagler , Kathy Golden, Phyllis Kuschke, Sue Schofield, Fran Thornton, In front , Nicole Harel , Doreen Ferguson.

Receiving pins for 45-years of service were presented to (on the left) Victor Stresman Sr. (Sgt as Arms) and Wilfred McKie presented by President Wesley MacDonald, Leslie Gamble , Honours and Award Chairman and Zone H-4 Commander Debbie Magee.


Massey Branch 432 has presented Margaret Ann Behm with the “Legionnaire of the Year” award. Ann has spent many hours at the Branch volunteering at the bar, running euchre and lots of hours in charge of the Poppy Campaign.


Comrade Gerry Ferguson getting sworn in as Massey Legion Branch 432 President.

Massey Royal Canadian Legion Branch #432 President, Gerry Ferguson and Ladies Auxiliary President, Doreen Ferguson.

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