Legion generous with funds

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 155 (Greenwood) has dispersed proceeds from their weekly meat draw to the community.

A cheque for $1

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 155 (Greenwood)Three last week handed out three cheques and another has been given out this week. The money comes from the Legion meat draw that takes place every Saturday at 3 p.m.

Agnes Srahulek Trust Fund

A cheque for $1,000 was given to the Agnes Srahulek Trust Fund. Shown here are Legion treasurer Jennifer Tasker (left) and first vice-president Paul Richards with trust fund representatives Kim Lindseth and Lynn Wickens. The trust fund has been opened at the West Boundary Branch of the Heritage Credit Union to assist Agnes and her family as the single mom faces medical challenges.

Greenwood Food Bank

A cheque for $500 went to the Greenwood Food Bank that operates out of Evangel Chapel. Greenwood Legion first vice-president Paul Richards (left), food bank organizer Karen Lehmann, Legion president Bob Walker and treasurer Jennifer Tasker are seen here at the presentation of the cheque.

Greenwood Seniors Community Christmas Dinner

The Greenwood Seniors Community Christmas Dinner was given a cheque for $250. Presenting the cheque to Jean Haywood are Greenwood Legion first vice-president Paul Richards (left), Legion president Bob Walker and treasurer Jennifer Tasker.

 

 

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