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Cloverdale Legion Executive Officer and Publicity Chair Anne Sharkey, right, speaks with Cloverdale resident Dianne Ferris. - Evan Seal / Black Press
Cloverdale Legion Executive Officer and Publicity Chair Anne Sharkey, right, speaks with Cloverdale resident Dianne Ferris.
— image credit: Evan Seal / Black Press

Cloverdale Legion Executive Officer and Publicity Chair Anne Sharkey speaks with Cloverdale resident Dianne Ferris about becoming involved with the Legion at an open house event Friday afternoon.

The two-day open house, hosted by Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6 Branch 6 and the Ladies' Auxiliary to commemorate Legion Week in Canada, included displays and a silent auction. There was also a free pancake breakfast, for which the branch is justly famous.

 

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