(From left) Legion president Terry Biccum

(From left) Legion president Terry Biccum

Creston legion branch donates to Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors

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The Creston branch of the Royal Canadian Legion recently made a $700 donation from the poppy fund to the Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors (TAPS).

Legion president Terry Biccum and poppy chair Ian Currie made the donation to Valley Community Services (which runs TAPS) executive director Serena Naeve, TAPS co-ordinator Bridget Currie, and TAPS volunteers Wilma Vendrik and Agnes Zimmerman.

TAPS recently moved into a new home, in the renovated downstairs of Rotacrest Hall, joined by Better at Home, which provides non-medical assistance to seniors.

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