Legion of Frontiersmen, Independent Command - CANADA Second Quarter Report June 2011

AFTER ACTION
Second Quarter Report
 
April - June 2011:
(Photo's at the end)

  Since my last report we have, once again, gained  one more member - Frontierswoman Elizabeth "Betty" Tufnail who is deeply committed to volunteering work.  Welcome Betty.
 

  I am very pleased to report that a number of Service Awards and other presentations were made this quarter. Frontierswoman Candice Wallin was presented with both her Membership Certificate and her 10 duty Service Award.
Corporal Annabelle Hanson was presented with her 100 Duties Service Award and her partner Sergeant Wallace Hanson also presented with his 100 Duties Service Award by myself at our ,June 9th meeting.

 

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We still continue to "man" the "coffee mornings" in Ridgedale and on 45 occasions the troop once again ran this event.
        

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On 7 occasions this quarter we helped sort items delivered to the Salvation Army  Charity Store in Tisdale.  All proceeds raised were for local charities.
         

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The Food Bank -  5 times the troop ran the Tisdale Food Bank Distribution Centre.
 

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An emergency food hamper was once again issued to someone in dire need of help.
 

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On 12 occasions the troop collected food contributions from various stores in Tisdale and delivered them to the Food Distribution Centre for allocation.
          

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On 3 occasions catering duties carried out at Ridgedale Pot Luck Suppers.
           

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Our member with musical talent entertained at various Senior Centres and Care Homes in the area along with his friends on 9 occasions.
            

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Medical car - 13 times local residents were transported for medical appointments at either Saskatoon or Nanaimo.
             

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Helping Hands - During the quarter members carried out 38 duties checking empty private property and/or feeding the pets in the absence of the owners;  also volunteer duties at a local library.  On 7 occasions assisting staff at a local junior school with children who have reading difficulties. 
 

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24 volunteer duties were carried out at a local nursing home.
 

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Members of the troop attended a "drum head" service at a local church in Tisdale organised by the Tisdale branch of the Royal Canadian Legion on May 18th.  `(Photo's below)
 

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Relay for Life. - Held in the town of Nipawin - 5 members carried out car parking duties at this charitable event held on June 3rd.
 

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Community in Bloom - assisted the committee with clerical duties.
 

Another 3 months of volunteer duties successfully carried out.               

This concludes the report for this quarter.

God Guard Thee and All Who Serve.
Yours in service.
       
             Sir G. B. Metcalfe KCIOM., MCM., AMM.
            Chief Commissioner.
 

 

 

Drum Head Service with the Royal Canadian Legion - Tisdale
May 18th 2011

 

 
         
  Royal Canadian Airforce Cadets assembling for the Drum Head Service   L-R Chief Commissioner Sir Barry Metcalfe & Veteran Andy Myles of the Royal Canadian Legion   L-R Frontierswoman Candice Wallin in her RCL uniform, RCL Drummer Stan McAdam,  LFICC - Chief Commisioner Sir Barry Metcalfe, DCC Dame Shirley Metcalfe, Theresa Vogt, Elmer Vogt, Joyce Wilson, StellaSpooner CIOM   L-R Pastor Dave MacPherson, RCL Chaplain & Drummer Sam McAdam. LFICC CC Sir .Barry Metcalfe  
         

 

       
 

Relay for Life - Nipawin
June 03rd 2011

 

 
           
  LFICC in control of parking and security  
    Frontierswomen Corporal Annabelle Hanson & Joyce Wilson control traffic in the cancer survivors car park.   Car parks were full   CC Sir Barry Metcalfe & Sergeant Wallace Hanson parking the cars    
                 
           
    LFICC Corporal Annabelle &  Sergeant Wallace Hanson   Some of the many cancer survivors at the event   Barry & Shirley Metcalfe, Annabelle & Wallace Hanson, Joyce Wilson, Candice Wallin    
         

 

       
 

Frontiersmen Award Presentations - Ridgedale
June 09th 2011

 

 
         
  Frontierswoman Candice Wallin receiving her Membership Certificate from CC Sir Barry Metcalfe   Frontierswoman Candice Wallin receiving her 10 Duty Service Award from CC Sir Barry Metcalfe   Corporal Annabelle Hanson receiving her 100 Duty Service Award from CC Sir Barry Metcalfe   Sergeant Wallace Hanson receiving his 100 Duty Service Award from CC Sir Barry Metcalfe  
                 
     

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