New president says Legion to try to find new location to stage Nov. 11 services; ‘truly sorry’ people left out

My name is Terry Bradford and I am the newly appointed president of the Stettler Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 59.

The Stettler branch of the Royal Canadian Legion is searching for a larger venue for its Remembrance Day services

Dear Editor:

My name is Terry Bradford and I am the newly appointed president of the Stettler Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 59.

I would sincerely like to thank everyone who attended our Remembrance Day service on Nov. 11 that was held at the Performing Arts Centre.

I would also like to thank everyone who helped out in any way to make this a successful event.

To all the people that wanted to attend the services, but were turned away because of the new fire regulations in effect, I am truly sorry and I would just like to know that we will be trying to find a larger venue to hold our services in for the coming years.

Many thanks to all who came back to the Legion for supper. Your support is always appreciated.

Terry Bradford,

President,

Royal Canadian Legion

Stettler Branch No. 59

 

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