The new Turner American Legion Post officers took the oath recently. From the left are John L. Jordan, sergeant-at-arms; Harris L. Bradeen, first vice commander; Paul R. Bernard, chaplain; Warren K. Clark, commander; Kelly J. Arsenault, adjutant; and Ronald E. Hiscock, service officer.

Legion post installs officers

TURNER – The Turner Memorial Post 111, American Legion, installed its officers during a recent ceremony led by Department of Maine Commander Donald Simoneau.

Assisting as sergeant-at-arms was District 3 Commander Gary Purrington and Department of Maine Judge Advocate Gard Enman.

Pam Poisson sang the “Star Spangled Banner” and “God Bless America.” Legion officers attended from Buckfield, Dryden, Farmington, Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Mechanic Falls, Minot, Turner and Waterville.

The officers are John L. Jordan, sergeant-at-arms; Harris L. Bradeen, first vice commander; Paul R. Bernard, chaplain; Warren K. Clark, commander; Kelly J. Arsenault, adjutant; and Ronald E. Hiscock, service officer.

District 3 Vice Commander Kenneth Bouchard and Service Officer Jesse Pierce, Post 58 Commander Richard Pope, Post 58 Adjutant Gloria Hall and Timmy Robbins, Amvets representative, were also present as were Turner Selectmen Dennis Richardson and Charlie Mock.

The post will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 15, at the Leavitt Institute Building Community Room when State Department Service Officer Robert Owen, will speak on veterans’ benefits. Charlotte Wing, State Department Auxiliary first vice commander, will discuss the importance of the auxiliary.

All members and their wives are encouraged to attend. A potluck supper is scheduled. For more information, call 225-3285.


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