POPPY FAMILY Cowichan Royal Canadian Legion Branch 53 contributes $2,000 from its annual Poppy Fund toward the Chemainus Health Care Centre for activities. From left are: Christie Coyne (Activities); Anne Dawkes (Clinical Nurse Leader); Susan de Bree (Royal Canadian Legion Cowichan Branch Poppy Chair); and Annette Kyndt (Manager, Long Term Care). (Photo by Don Bodger)

Poppy funds blossom at Chemainus Health Care Centre

Cowichan Legion Branch 53 makes a valuable contribution

POPPY FAMILY

Cowichan Royal Canadian Legion Branch 53 contributes $2,000 from its annual Poppy Fund toward the Chemainus Health Care Centre for activities. From left are: Christie Coyne (Activities); Anne Dawkes (Clinical Nurse Leader); Susan de Bree (Royal Canadian Legion Cowichan Branch Poppy Chair); and Annette Kyndt (Manager, Long Term Care). (Photo by Don Bodger)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Cowichan Legion Branch 53 makes a valuable contribution

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