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Morning Blend 16 October, 2013

With just over 20 registered members left with the Bahamas Branch of the British Legion, we discuss the dire need to tell and record the stories of the men who served for the Allies in World War II. Bishop Cephas Ferguson, Branch Chairman – who also served as part of the Royal Air Force in WWII – and Adina Munroe, 1st Assistant Secretary, tell us about the upcoming events leading up to Remembrance Day, the dire need for funding for our war veterans, and the importance of supporting the organization’s annual Poppy Drive.

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