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November 2015 Issue
Newsletter Editor: Robi van Belkom Aux60280@aol.com
Feel free to email me anecdotes about a recent duty,
comments about the newsletter, or anything else you
would like to share with your fellow auxiliaries. Deadline
is the 20h of the month for the following month's issue.
Annual Pumpkin Carving and Contest Event Wednesday, October 28th at 180 Derry!
Robi,, Kim Robin & Thomas:
The pumpkin patch guardians
Congratulations to all those involved in yet
another successful fundraising event: to the hard
working committee members: Sergeant Edwards,
Heba, Committee Co-chair Auxiliary Sergeant
Erin Winson – A great big thank you!
To all those who participated, bought raffle tickets,
played bingo and just plain helped or gave money
– THANK YOU!
Thursday, November 12th, JDRF received a
cheque for fourteen thousand, fifty-one dollars and
seventy-four cents. A whopping way-to-go to all
Remembrance Day Service
Brampton City Hall
Close to 200 Peel Regional Police officers gathered in
Brampton Tuesday night (Sept. 22) for the first time ever to
hold a candlelight vigil in memory of the six Peel officers
killed in the line of duty over the years.
The vigil, held at police headquarters on Hurontario Street
south of Steeles Avenue in Brampton, also included family
members of some of the officers killed, civilian police
employees, police retirees, students from Sheridan College,
and Peel Police Services Board members.
The event included a 6km unity run.
Auxiliary Sergeants Erin Hughes, Norm Kiernander
and Auxiliary Officers Lisa Howard, Edvine Yambot
and Robi van Belkom had their hands full trying to
locate a missing 33-year-old male with Down
syndrome in a crowd of hundreds during the
ceremony. Congratulations to all, but in particular to
Edvine for locating Richard. Despite efforts to walk
the entire block, Richard, in the large crowd became
separated from his mother. Richard familiar with the
grounds parked himself and waited to be located.
Despite the large crowd, Robi realized something was
wrong when she kept seeing a female carrying an
infant, frantically combing the rows of people.
2015 Chief’s Annual
Congratulations Auxiliary Staff Sergeants Day and Crowther .