They are Matt Grey, Alex Little, Anika Pallas and Jacob Wilson who won $2,000. The 2015 board of Branch 26 of The Legion is Syd Pratt, president; Frank Truman, past president; John Cashin, 1st vice; Jim McCaffery, 2nd vice; Loraine Jolin, rec. secretary and Bob Carlson, treasurer. The executive Committee consists of Fern Rhodes, Rick Orton, J.C. (Broc) Braconnier, Jim McCaffery, Michael Worth, Gerhard Koester, Christine Nelson and Jim Jones. Sec. Manager is Lynda Wachter with Padres Rev. Dick Fletcher and Rev. Fred Speckeen, Ph. D. Branch 26 General meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m.
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