Rimbey Royal Canadian Legion annual Poem, Poster and Essay Contest

ecently, members of the Rimbey Royal Canadian Legion visited the Rimbey Elementary School where they presented a number of students with awards as part of their annual Poem, Poster and Essay Contest.

Recently, members of the Rimbey Royal Canadian Legion visited the Rimbey Elementary School where they presented a number of students with awards as part of their annual Poem, Poster and Essay Contest. Joining Legion members Com. Barbara Patey, Com. Lyle Francis and President Mde. Joyce Eggleston in the ceremony were students Randy Van Hell, Brittany Collins, Brooke Harty, Cheyenne Argent, Manelle Farrage, Marisa Morton, Joel Czarneki, Kristia Norstrom and Jessica Laczo. The members of the Legion also played a major role in the recent Canada Day celebrations including presenting one of their members with a 50-year service pin and making a significant donation to the local hospital project. For more on that, see next week’s edition of the Rimbey Review.

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