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September 23rd, 2016
September 23rd, 2016

Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Central & Arctic Making History!

Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Central & Arctic is proud to announce Peggy Griffin as our new President.
Peggy Griffin took over this role as of Saturday September 17, 2016.  
Peggy is the first female President for any of the 5 Regional Auxiliary´s.  Peggy will represent the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary Central & Arctic on the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary National Board of Directors.
Congratulations Peggy Griffin.

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