At an early age Comrade Betty-Jean (B.J.) was already singular. She dreamt of being an astronaut. In the 1950’s girls did not apply to astronaut school. Years later, Comrade B.J. passed her VFR License, and is qualified to pilot a small Cessna aircraft. As a member of the Air Force, her father moved his family from Toronto to Penfield Ridge, New Brunswick where they lived for two years. He was to be deployed overseas, and the family moved back to Toronto. Luckily, her father went no further than Newfoundland as peace was declared. Comrade B.J. recalls living on-base and becoming aware of veterans other than her father. A decade later, she remembers reading in the newspaper that the Kor


More than 150 people attended the President's Levee at the Coldwater Legion on New Year's Day. The crowd was treated to our traditional Moose Milk, prepared under the supervision of our expert Garry Perryman, and to finger food, courtesy of our Ladies Auxiliary, as well as the music of Even Steven. Thank you to all who contributed to the success of this event, and congratulations to Barb Curran who won our main door prize, and Brenda Cardona who won our special draw. Royal Canadian Legion's Branch 270 Coldwater offers all members and friends of the Branch their best wishes for a wonderful year 2020. The past year has been full of challenges for the Branch, but they were handled and we are

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