Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 46 Chaplain and Service Officer Marlene McQuarrie receives a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal at the Legion following Remembrance Day ceremonies in Revelstoke on Nov. 11. Columbia River–Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald presented the medal. McQuarrie has long served as chaplain at the Remembrance Day ceremonies

Marlene McQuarrie awarded Diamond Jubilee Medal

Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 46 Chaplain and Service Officer Marlene McQuarrie received a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Photo: Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 46 Chaplain and Service Officer Marlene McQuarrie receives a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal at the Legion following Remembrance Day ceremonies in Revelstoke on Nov. 11. Columbia River–Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald presented the medal.McQuarrie has long served as chaplain at the Remembrance Day ceremonies, saying prayers, blessings and helping lead the event. McQuarrie told onlookers at the Legion that she was “honoured” to win the medal. “And all this time I thought I was flying under the radar,” she joked.

 

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