The Estevan Royal Canadian Legion installed president Troy LeBlanc and the rest of its executive during the Past President's banquet on February 2.
LeBlanc became the organization's president in September, and was officially elected to his first full term as president in December. He said he has enjoyed his first few months as president.
It has been a busy time, he said.
“In October, we were preparing for our annual Poppy Blitz campaign, where we raised about $21,000 from our local community for our Poppy Fund,” said LeBlanc.
The Legion then hosted Estevan's annual Remembrance Day service in November.
LeBlanc also represented the Legion at the Salvation Army's kettle campaign kick-off in November, and he was at the Robert Burns night festivities in January.
Several other members of the executive were sworn in during the event.
A winter storm that passed through southeast Saskatchewan the day of the banquet prevented many people from attending, including the scheduled guest speaker, Peter Piper from Stoughton. Piper is the Legion's past-president for Saskatchewan, and the current national vice-president.