Comox Valley gives back

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 160 Comox, B.C. Poppy Chairman, Kent Guilford presenting cheques to the following organizations in support of their venues: (top left) The Sea Cadet Corps who assisted in last year’s Poppy campaign. (Top right) CFB Comox, Military Family Resource Center, Kim Hetherington, executive director MFRC. Bottom, The Views at St Joseph’s, Jessica Aldred, Health Care Foundation, Michael Aikins, senior operations leader. We wish to Thank All those who supported last year’s Poppy Campaign and we hope we will have your continued support this year. Thank you all.The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 160 Comox, B.C. Poppy Chairman, Kent Guilford presenting cheques to the following organizations in support of their venues: (top left) The Sea Cadet Corps who assisted in last year’s Poppy campaign. (Top right) CFB Comox, Military Family Resource Center, Kim Hetherington, executive director MFRC. Bottom, The Views at St Joseph’s, Jessica Aldred, Health Care Foundation, Michael Aikins, senior operations leader. We wish to Thank All those who supported last year’s Poppy Campaign and we hope we will have your continued support this year. Thank you all.
Helen Austin (right) and her daughter, Daisy, performed some roving concerts for Kiwanis Village residents in August. Photo supplied.Helen Austin (right) and her daughter, Daisy, performed some roving concerts for Kiwanis Village residents in August. Photo supplied.
Pearl Ellis Gallery gave $900 bursaries to arts students Kaiya Cross (left) and Lauren Correia.Pearl Ellis Gallery gave $900 bursaries to arts students Kaiya Cross (left) and Lauren Correia.

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