Grand Openings and Presentations

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Legion Vice President Sean Cuppens (center) and Sgt of Arms Kevin Rozema (on right) present Carrie Presley from the Leduc Girl Guides with a donation to the organization. Donations were also made the same evening to the Leduc 1st and 2nd Scouting troupes.

Reverend Joanne Webster (First Picture) is officially installed and welcomed by Leduc Legion representatives as their new Chaplain.

Local dignitaries were on hand to assist ATB Leduc Branch Manager Steve Greene (third from left) in celebrating the institutions' 75th anniversary. The very first branch was opened in Rocky Mountain House in 1938 with the Leduc Branch opening in June of 1976. The Alberta Treasury Branch now has 301 locations and serves over 635,000 customers across the Province.Second Picture down

As part of the celebration for their 75th anniversary the Leduc Branch of the ATB made a donation to Leduc LINX for $1000.00 to assist the organization in the important work they do in the community. Bottom Picture





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