Among the new executive installed for the Abbotsford Legion were: (back row, from left) John Sorenson, Brian Mills, Libby Bucar, Dan Bucar, Ann Buckle, Margaret Vines, Nadine Thorp, Irene Mayfield and (seated, from left) Wendy Schmidt, Robert Rohrer, Deb Vinters and Karen Kuzek.

New executive at the Abbotsford Legion

Installation ceremony took place on Sunday, Jan. 7

The new executive at the Abbotsford branch of the Royal Canadian Legion was installed on Sunday, Jan. 7.

These included president Robert Rohrer, first vice-president Wendy Schmidt, second vice-president Steve Williams, ladies auxiliary (LA) president Deb Vinters, LA vice-president Nadine Thorp, secretary Dan Bucar and treasurer Libby Bucar.

Also installed were: John Sorenson (sergeant at arms), Brian Mills (service officer), Margaret Vines (membership), Irene Mayfield (LA sergeant at arms), Karen Kuzek (zone commander), Kelly Watson (poppy chair), Terry Dryer (LA treasurer), Jacquie Vickery (LA past president), Candice Mitchell (ways and means), Liz Martell (LA membership), Dave Kennard (veterans liaison), Sharon Rathbone (public relations officer) and Ann Buckle (member at large).

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