In 2017, we, at the Coldwater Legion, worked hard to increase our presence in local events, taking part in village activities like Canada 150th celebrations, the Fall Fair, and the many other events that make Coldwater such a vibrant community. There are many ways in which the Coldwater Legion contributed to the Coldwater community, and our Tree of Warmth is just one of them. In December, the Legion's Tree of Warmth provided dozens of warm mitts, scarves and hats to the kids of Coldwater Public School. School Secretary Sue MacMillan (left) poses here by the Tree of Warmth with Legion's Ways & Means Chairperson Maggie Murphy. Thank you Maggie and your team, and thank you to local business


Our Ladies Auxiliary did it again! Last year, they distributed nice Legion "Veteran" ball caps at Christmas time, and this year they made it even more personal: they knitted beautiful red scarves for each of the Veterans that belong to our branch. In all 47 scarves were distributed, either delivered in person or mailed (we do have members out of the province), by a group of a dozen Ladies who contributed by knitting, packaging, mailing, or delivering the scarves with a nice season's greetings card. Veteran and branch member Dean McArthur shows off with pride his new scarf. Thank you Ladies Auxiliary, and thank you Veterans!

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