Turner Memorial Post 111, American Legion, installed officers recently. From the left in front are District 3 Historian, Post Chaplain and Executive Committee Officer Paul R. Bernard; Commander Harris L. Bradeen; District 3 Sergeant-at-Arms and Post Second Vice Commander Warren K. Clark; and Adjutant George Lepage; back, Sergeant-at-Arms Paul M. Turgeon, Judge Advocate John L. Jordan, Executive Committee member Carl H. Witham, Executive Committee member and Finance Officer Gordon W. Twitchell and Service Officer Ronald E. Hiscock.
Turner Memorial American Legion Post 111 installs year’s officers
TURNER – Officers of Turner Memorial Post 111, American Legion, were installed by Department of Maine Commander Donald Simoneau, Judge Advocate Gard Enman acting as sergeant-at-arms and National Executive Committeeman Alternate William Bickford acting as chaplain.
The June event was held at Leavitt Area High School. Lewiston Police Officer Scott Bradeen, special guest, led the procession of candidates playing his bagpipes. A light lunch was served afterward.
Eligible veterans in Turner and Leeds are invited to join the newly revitalized post. Anyone interested can call 225-3285, visit www.maineamericanlegion.com or e-mail email@example.com.