Letter: My thanks to Cloverdale Legion Branch 6

The citizens of Cloverdale have reason to be very proud of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6 one of the largest and most active in B.C.

To the editor;

The citizens of Cloverdale have reason to be very proud of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6. This is one of the largest and most active branches in B.C.

As a resident of Langley I have joined this branch in conjunction with many other Langley residents to take advantage of the splendid entertainment and services provided by the host of volunteers who make your Legion Branch one of the best in the province or anywhere else.

On Sunday I attended the terrific entertainment provided by The Versatiles. Two hours of outstanding comedy, songs and amusing skits by dedicated volunteers who ranged in age from reasonably young to an oldster of 92. The audience was enthralled and provided the entertainers with rounds of thundering applause.

A raffle of many items were given to holders of lucky tickets and all provided by the generosity of the Cloverdale business community who showed their involvement in this outstanding local institution.

My thanks to Branch 6 and all those dedicated individuals who guide this splendid organization.

 

Mike Harvey

Langley

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