Tsawwassen Mills proves lucrative spot for Legion’s Poppy Campaign

The Tsawwassen Legion raised over $10,000 by distributing poppies at Tsawwassen Mills during the period leading up to last November’s Remembrance Day.

Every year, the Royal Canadian Legion conducts its Poppy Campaign to honour those who serve and to raise funds in support of veterans and their families.

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“Tsawwassen Mills is pleased to work with the Legion and is committed to supporting the community,” said general manager Julia Dow.

President Bill Belsey said the Tsawwassen Legion is grateful to Tsawwassen Mills for coordinating the Poppy Campaign as well as to the retailers and the many visitors to the mall who donated generously.

“Donations from this campaign were truly excellent,” said Belsey.

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