British Legion-Bahamas Branch pays Courtesy Call on CDF

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Chairman of the British Legion-Bahamas Branch, Adina Munroe and her Executive team at a courtesy call on November 10, 2020 at Defence Headquarters, John. F. Kennedy Drive. Also shown are the Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond King making a presentation, and Commander Natasha Miller, RBDF Liaison Officer for the BLBB. (RBDF Photo by Woman Marine Myiesha Gibson)

Executive members of the British Legion-Bahamas Branch (BLBB) paid a courtesy call on the Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond King on November 10, 2020 at Defence Headquarters, John. F. Kennedy Drive. Led by Chairman Adina Munroe and her Executive Officers, the BLBB team used the opportunity to pin a poppy on the uniform of Commodore King, who in return presented her with a financial donation to assist with the work of the organization.

Chairman of the British Legion-Bahamas Branch, Adina Munroe pins a poppy
on the attire of the Commander Defence Force, Commodore Raymond King during a courtesy
call on November 10, 2020 at Defence Headquarters, John. F. Kennedy Drive. (RBDF Photo by
Woman Marine Myiesha Gibson)

Also, in attendance was Commander Natasha Miller, RBDF Liaison Officer for the BLBB. Commodore King thanked the Executive team and commended them for their outstanding roles in keeping the memories of the fallen soldiers. The poppy represents the sacrifice made by the fallen and has become a lasting memorial symbol to those who died in World Wars I and II. Poppies are worn on the left of one’s attire, close to the heart. As the current COVID pandemic affects the country, many activities by the British
Legion-Bahamas Branch have been postponed this year.

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