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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.
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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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