Leonard Kohlman - 5 years of service .

PHOTOS: Bashaw Elks recognized for years of service

Bashaw Elks members were recognized recently for their years of service, some at 70 years.

Years of service to the Elks

Bashaw’s Elks were recently recognized for their many years of service to the organization with the shortest at five years and longest at 70 years.

Presenting the service awards was Robert Berry. The recipients are: Mac Raemer – 70 years of service, Bob Cammidge – 55 years of service, James Wing – 45 years of service, Jim Holt – 40 years of service, Ed Leicht – 40 years of service, Jim Matthews – 30 years of service, Leon Braseth – 30 years of service, Orval Hawthorne – 20 years of service, Wayne Kinsella – 20 years of service, Dick Cockshott – 15 years of service, Doug Heck – 10 years of service, Darren Pearson – 10 years of service, Don Balerud – 10 years of service, Rob McDonald – 10 years of service, Leonard Kohlman – 5 years of service and Greg Lim – 5 years of service. See all 16 photos at www.bashawstar.com.

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Rob McDonald - 10 years of service.

Don Balerud - 10 years of service.

Darren Pearson - 10 years of service.

Doug Heck - 10 years of service.

Dick Cockshott - 15 years of service.

Wayne Kinsella - 20 years of service.

Orval Hawthorne - 20 years of service.

Leon Braseth - 30 years of service.

Jim Matthews - 30 years of service.

Ed Leicht - 40 years of service.

Jim Holt - 40 years of service.

James Wing - 45 years of service.

Bob Cammidge - 55 years of service.

Mac Raemer - 70 years of service.

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