We are a diverse group of volunteers connected by an abiding respect for our military. We recognize the bravery of our soldiers who fill peacekeeping roles around the world as well as being prepared to go to war should our country put out the call. We are particularly appreciative and mourn those who gave up their lives so that we could live with the freedom we so enjoy.
Board of Directors:
J. Murray McCann, Chairman & Treasurer
Susan Schalin, President & Secretary
Colonel (Retired) Eppo van Weelderen
(Capt, ret’d) Sarah Wuntke
Major (Retired) Kent Griffiths
Elder & Spiritual Advisor, providing guidance
on history, cultural protocols and ceremonies and awareness:
Dr. Clarence Wolfleg – Elder Miiksika’am
Military Veteran, Gunner, 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
CWO (Ret’d) W.D. (William) Cox CD
Louise Walker, Ypres 3 CAV
There is discipline in A Soldier – you can see it when he walks,
There is honour in A Soldier – you hear it when he talks.
There is courage in A Soldier – you can see it in his eyes.
There is loyalty in A Soldier that he will not compromise.
There is something in A Soldier that makes him stand apart.
There is strength in A Soldier that beats from his heart.
A Soldier isn’t a title any man can be hired to do.
A Soldier is the soul of that man buried deep inside of you.
A Soldier’s job isn’t finished after an 8 hour day or a 40 hour week.
A Soldier is always A Soldier – even while he sleeps.
A Soldier serves his country first and his life is left behind.
A Soldier has to sacrifice what comes first in a civillian’s mind.
If you are a civilian – I am saying this to you . . . .
next time you see A Soldier remember what they do.
A Soldier is the reason our land is strong and free.
A Soldier is the one that is brave protecting you and me.
If you are A Soldier – I am saying this to you . . . .
Thank God for EVERY SOLDIER
Thank God for what YOU DO !