Thank you to our Legion Volunteers

Our members are part of a national network of almost a quarter of a million people who believe supporting our Veterans and their families, strengthening our communities, and promoting Remembrance are fundamental to being Canadian and living in a free society.

Throughout the year, we receive stories and photos of Legion members working hard to support Veterans and the Legion. We are proud to share these stories and to recognize the dedication and commitment of our amazing volunteers.

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Thank you to our amazing volunteers!

Mike, Cheryl and Della are some of the members at Branch 129 making a difference.
Debbie Hanney from Branch 121 helps her Branch in so many ways.
Demetre Karountzos from Branch 29 uses his skills as a chef to provide hot meals to his community, and has even had his moustache shaved to raise funds for charity!
Sheri Armour from Branch 7 has been Sergeant at Arms for the past 25+ years, and is recognized as the backbone of her Branch by her fellow members.
Kari Bourque of the Little Current Branch has been volunteering with the Legion since 2000 — when she was still in high school!
Recently awarded Legionnaire of the Year Stephen Mellor, commits time daily to helping his Branch run smoothly, from keeping the books updated to doing work around the building.
Branch President Darlene Sweetland, a 12-year Legion member and 50+ year auxiliary member, goes above and beyond to keep her Branch open for patrons and members.
Branch President Cheryl Campbell inspires her community by volunteering countless hours at her Legion, including hosting bi-weekly rummage sales!
Ted Pierce, a dedicated volunteer at Branch 614, is admired by his fellow members for his help increasing membership enrollment, organizing lottery raffles and making his Legion a better place to be.
Philip Wood, former Bay Roberts, Newfoundland mayor, has held a variety of volunteer positions with the Legion, and is currently 2nd VP of his Provincial Command.
Monica, an avid 25-year volunteer at Branch 524, has been helping her Branch remain intact after it experienced flooding following a bad storm.