LEWISTON – Lewiston Emblem Club 528 installed its slate of officers for the years on April 1 at the Lewiston Lodge of Elks 371. Dignitaries attended from across the state.

Officiating at the event were Past Supreme Emblem President Dorothy MacKenzie and her supreme marshal, Dorothy Cardelli, both of the Brunswick Emblem Club.

Installed as officers for the Lewiston Emblem Club were: president, Jackie Asselin; vice president, Connie Lambert; junior past president, Kathleen Cotterly; financial secretary, Annie McInnis; treasurer, Connie Lambert; recording secretary, Doris Surette.

Also, corresponding secretary and press correspondent, Sonia Woodrum; historian, Addie Landry; trustees, Rodney Woodrum and Wayne Cotterly; marshal, Fran St. Pierre; first assistant marshal, Kathleen Cotterly; second assistant marshal, Wayne Cotterly; chaplain, Anita Deschenes; and first guard, Blanche Bouvier.

In her acceptance address, Asselin outlined her goals for the upcoming year. She pointed out that the Emblem Club will continue its commitment to support charitable organizations and the programs of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

The club is affiliated with the Lewiston Lodge of Elks and supports the community through several charitable programs, including drug awareness, literacy, Americanism and scholarships. The organization gets its name from the emblem of the country, the American flag.

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