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VAC Pain and Suffering Compensation rates ~ 2024

Thank you to everyone who supported the 2023 Poppy campaign for Peninsula Branch 62 and to our volunteer canvassers that participated at our various locations.  These funds raised stay on the Peninsula and help to support veterans and their families and our youth programs.

2023 Poppy campaign for Peninsula Branch 62
Total revenue from all sources ............... $32,962.27
Total expenses for campaign .................. $11,806.98
Net revenue from all sources .................. $21,155.29

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Senior Care Navigation and Aging in Place Workshops



Tuesday, September 12 ~ 18:30-19:15
Flex and Flow
Free to Seniors
All Welcome
Peninsula Branch #62
Crib Bursaries
Community Volunteer Income Tax Clinic Starts March 7th 2023

Chase the Ace _ 2023
RCL Peninsula #62 President Kathy Campbell presenting a cheque to the #140 Kingston Army Cadets CO Captain Robin Landry for their assitance in our Poppy Fund project
From the left WO White, Cpl Johnston, Cdt White, Capt Landry, Kathy Campbell, MWO Pelletier, MCpl Davis, Cpl Gallant, CI Pelletier
 Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal presentation

2022 Awards Presentation at our Election Night

On November 11th at the Royal Canadian Legion Peninsula Br. 62 Cenotaph in Clifton Royal New Brunswick four generations gathered to remember Corporal William Joseph Haslett who served in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps with the 14th Canadian Field Ambulance.
Cpl Haslett died on August 27, 1944 at the age of 42 and is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery in Surrey England.
Cpl Haslett left behind his wife Ethel and four young children William Jr., Gordon, James and Wanda in Saint John NB.
Seen here is son James, holding a photo of his father Cpl Joseph Haslett, with his daughter Carrie Coughlan, Granddaughter Lindsey Coughlan and her children Kamille and James Finnamore.
Sunday Evening Crib
19:30 - 22:00

Straight 45s
Tuesday @ 19:30 - 22:30

Thursdays @ 10:00am -11:00am

Community Volunteer Income Tax Clinic

weekly Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Appointment Required
Service is free
call Kathy @ 506-832-2396 or 506-651-7758
email relic@bellaliant.net

Fred and Vimy Tree
On Friday April 21, 2022, Earth Day, Macdonald Consolidated School students planted a Vimy Oak Tree sapling in the garden in front of the school. Arborist Jim Landry gave a presentation to the students on the history of the Vimy Oak Trees on how they came to be in Canada and how they were repatriated back to Vimy. The Royal Canadian Legion Peninsula Branch 62 and Ladies Auxiliary members were invited to attend along with peninsula residents who had a family member that participated in the Battle of Vimy Ridge. RCL President Fred Healey and Gr. 3 student Rylan assisted in the planting of the Vimy Oak sapling which was marked with a small wooden cross.

Peninsula Br. 62 Chaplain Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Stevenson was recognized by the Province of New Brunswick at the second annual VIVE awards presentation in Fredericton, NB on Tuesday March 8 2022.  The award was presented by Lt Gov. Brenda Murphy (right) and Minister of Equality for Women Tammy Scott-Wallace (left).  The Minister's Annual Award for Excellence in Championing Gender Equality - VIVE selected Elizabeth as the "Everyday Champion".  New Brunswick celebrated International Women's Day by honouring those women, Elizabeth and four other recipients in four other categories, who campion women and gender equality by being VIVE (Visionary, Inspirational, Vibrant, Empowered) 

Peninsula Pearls
last Monday of the month
Peninsula Br. 62 President Kathy Campbell presented Macdonald Consolidated School Principal Ellen Whittaker-Brown and Cafeteria worker Sarah Davis with a cheque for $1,000.00. The funds are in support of the school Milk and Meal Program that provides students with breakfast before class starts as well as lunch and snack. MCS Milk
Honours and Awards Ceremony ~ 2021
Fred Short On Tuesday Sept 21st Peninsula Br. 62 member Norman Short, a resident of Ridgewood Veterans Wing, was presented with a Quilt of Appreciation that was hand made by Branch 62 member Bonnie Jenkins for the occasion of Norms 50 plus years of dedicated service in the Royal Canadian Legion. Norm also received his 50 year medal and Certificate of Achievement.
Bill Wood 80th Birthday Bill Wood was presented with a Certificate of Acheivement for his
80th birthday on August 10th
Jim Haslett - Birthday Jim Haslett presented with Certificate of Acheivement for his 85th birthday on Sept 16th
Jim Haslett - birthday Cake Jim Haslett cutting his birthday cake

This garden was planted by the Gardens of Gratitude which has members that donate flowers to local places on the Peninsula.

(Thanks Legion Branch 62)

World War I Veteran Lt. Hedley Hastings White

On Friday July 30th, 2021, 104 years to the day of his death, World War l Veteran Lt. Hedley Hastings White’s name was added to the Cenotaph at the Royal Canadian Legion, Peninsula Branch 62

Branch #62
COVID-19 Re-Opening plan
Life Membership Award
presentated to
President Kathy Campbell
Meritorious Service Medal
presentated to
Steve Gourdeau
Branch #62 donated $1,000
to the Macdonald Consolidated School's
Milk & Meal Program
Peninsula Branch #62
Macdonald Consolidate School
WW1 - Veterans
2019 Crib Bursary
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