SA Legion presents shield to RBL Clapham Club at Q2 2017 meeting

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SA Legion presents shield to RBL Clapham Club at Q2 2017 meeting

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Another quarterly committee meeting (11th/03), another productive session with new plans in the pipeline, the most imminent being the upcoming inaugural Nation-building Commemoration, to coincide with Freedom Day.

The now traditional quarterly social, followed the committee meeting held at the Royal British Legion (RBL) Clapham Club. This was the first time we held our quarterly meeting at this venue, with the RBL Clapham club chairman expressing his gratitude at being presented with the SA Legion shield and told us that it would find a home on their wall to hang proudly.

Lgr Peter Dickens (second from right) with the rest of the Branch committee and members present RBL Clapham Club Chairman Lenny Deadman (centre) with an SA Legion shield in attendance

 

Informal team huddle with the Social well underway


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