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President Thomas Garnett 362-8137
1st Vice President Stanley Stevens 463-4252
2nd Vice President Manon Longval Veilleux 372-1253
3rd Vice President Rolland Brunelle 362-7021
Past President Daniel LeBlanc 372-1281
Secretary Alain Blouin 364-2048
Treasurer Sim Callewaert 362-5664
Sgt-at-Arms Gabriel Savoie 362-0263

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Father Gerald Chalifoux Mattice 364-2393


House & Bar Eino Hillman 362-4953
Legion Seniors Rolland Brunelle 364-2121
House Chairman Chris Potter 362-7568
Membership Gerald  Callewaert 362-5621
Newsletter Editor Gerald  Callewaert 362-5621
Poppy Eino Hillman 362-4953
Public Relations Lise Blouin 364-2048
Sports Louise C. Bertrand 362-0285
Veterans Services Stanley Stevens 463-4252
Youth Education Heather Fex 362-5629
Memorial Committee Rolland Brunelle 364-2121
Ways And Means Andy Cowie 362-5996
Cadets Yvan Bertrand 362-0285

Ladies Auxiliary

President Alice Callewaert 362-5664
1st Vice President Doris Ermel 362-5232
2nd Vice President Rita Forcier 362-4782
Past President Pat Begin 362-8415
Secretary Jean Larocque 362-8404
Treasurer Annie Rheaume 362-5483
Sgt-at-Arms Marguerite Dillion 362-8346

Executive Committee

Member Verna Stolz 362-4712
Member Yolande Cowie 362-5996
Member Francoise Raby 362-4459
Member Doreen Turner 362-4905
Member Elsie Halme 362-4838


Doreen Turner 362-4905

Sick & Visiting Committee

Doreen Turner 362-4905
Doris Ermel 362-5232

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