Members of the Fort Saskatchewan Legion and Ladies Auxiliary gathered to discuss past successes and ideas for the future.
 
The Spring Rally, held on Saturday (Apr.28) in the Fort involved branches from across District 2.
 
"It's important to find out what the other branches are doing and if we can expand on what they're doing," said Fort Saskatchewan Legion president, Bill St. Thomas.
 
Members reviewed reports and addressed concerns in the area.
 
"It's very informative, and great to meet ladies from the other Auxiliaries," said command president for Alberta and the Northwest Territories, Margaret Koenig.
 
Representatives came from across the province.
 
The organizations strives to provide support for veterans of all forces, and to make a positive impact in Canadian communities.

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