Legion branch 150 celebrates 60th anniversary

Branch 150 president Donald Goyetche and legion members Frank Rideout and Jerry Doiron presented a plaque to Lorenzo Boudreau to commemorate his 60 years of membership to branch 150.
Branch 150 president Donald Goyetche and legion members Frank Rideout and Jerry Doiron presented a plaque to Lorenzo Boudreau to commemorate his 60 years of membership to branch 150.
Legion members Frank Rideout and Jerry Doiron presented a plaque to Mort McGrath to commemorate his 60 years of membership.
Legion members Frank Rideout and Jerry Doiron presented a plaque to Mort McGrath to commemorate his 60 years of membership.
Fred Martel (second from the left) and Alcide Landry (second from the right) were presented with 60-year legion membership plaques. Both men have been very active legionnaires volunteering their services over many years. In Martel's case, he served as branch 150 president for 18-plus years, as well as building committee chair. Presenting them with the honours were branch 150 president Donald Goyetche (left) and Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Michel Samson (right).
Fred Martel (second from the left) and Alcide Landry (second from the right) were presented with 60-year legion membership plaques. Both men have been very active legionnaires volunteering their services over many years. In Martel’s case, he served as branch 150 president for 18-plus years, as well as building committee chair. Presenting them with the honours were branch 150 president Donald Goyetche (left) and Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Michel Samson (right).
Jack Goyetche presented Paul Samson with his Life Membership to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 150.
Jack Goyetche presented Paul Samson with his Life Membership to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 150.
Branch 150 secretary/treasurer Joan Clannon presented a token of appreciation to Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command president Steve Wessel and his wife Marsha.
Branch 150 secretary/treasurer Joan Clannon presented a token of appreciation to Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command president Steve Wessel and his wife Marsha.
Ladies auxiliary president Vivian Short (right) accepted a Certificate of Recognition from Cape Breton District A presented by District Commander Ted Martens.
Ladies auxiliary president Vivian Short (right) accepted a Certificate of Recognition from Cape Breton District A presented by District Commander Ted Martens.
District Commander Ted Martens presented a Certificate of Recognition from Cape Breton District A to branch 150 president Donald Goyetche.
District Commander Ted Martens presented a Certificate of Recognition from Cape Breton District A to branch 150 president Donald Goyetche.