Len Lavender, alongside Wes Everitt, in installed as returning president of the Chemainus Royal Canadian Legion Branch 191 by South Vancouver Island Zone Commander Richard Steele. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Chemainus Legion 191 officers installed for 2019-20

Len Lavender continues as president

Chemainus Royal Canadian Legion 191’s officers for the term from July 1 to next June 30 were installed Sunday at the Legion Hall. Back row, from left, are: Wes Everitt, David Nielsen, Rev. Michael Wimmer, Len Lavender, Colin Murphy, Mike Beggs and Howard Ballard. Front: Teri Hegarty, Janet Mitchell, Norah Fisher, Ellen Lavender and Diane Murphy. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Len Lavender, alongside Wes Everitt, in installed as returning president of the Chemainus Royal Canadian Legion Branch 191 by South Vancouver Island Zone Commander Richard Steele. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Len Lavender makes his way to the front of the stage with Wes Everitt to be installed as returning president of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 191 Chemainus. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Rev. Michael Wimmer, escorted by Wes Everitt, is installed as returning chaplain for Royal Canadian Legion Chemainus Branch 191. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Mike Beggs, appearing before South Vancouver Island Zone Commander Richard Steele with Wes Everitt, will assume duties as service officer with the Royal Canadian Legion’s Chemainus Branch 191 for the coming term. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Len Lavender continues as president

 

Len Lavender makes his way to the front of the stage with Wes Everitt to be installed as returning president of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 191 Chemainus. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Rev. Michael Wimmer, escorted by Wes Everitt, is installed as returning chaplain for Royal Canadian Legion Chemainus Branch 191. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Mike Beggs, appearing before South Vancouver Island Zone Commander Richard Steele with Wes Everitt, will assume duties as service officer with the Royal Canadian Legion’s Chemainus Branch 191 for the coming term. (Photo by Don Bodger)

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