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Greenhill receives St. John honour

Glen Greenhill was invested as a member of the Order of St. John at a ceremony at Government House in Victoria. - Photo submitted
Glen Greenhill was invested as a member of the Order of St. John at a ceremony at Government House in Victoria.
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A Campbell River St. John Ambulance member has been honoured by B.C. Lt. Gov Judith Guichon in a ceremony at Government House.

Glen Greenhill was invested as a member of the Order of St. John.

Glen Greenhill is a dedicated and loyal supporter of St. John Ambulance in Campbell River.  He has been an active Branch Executive Committee (BEC) member for more than five years.

A statement from the Lt. Governor’s office says Greenhill’s “strong leadership and teamwork abilities have been proven and demonstrated as he now chairs two Committees, and has taken on the additional responsibility as the BEC Vice-Chair. Under his guidance and supervision, the annual first aid competition continues to excel and surpass expectations.  Greenhill also supports the Brigade fundraising efforts, with his continuous and generous donation that is now approximately $12,000.  He consistently and passionately promotes the mission, vision and values of St. John Ambulance.”

 

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