The United Empire Loyalists of Canada - Bicentennial Branch (Southwestern Ontario)
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Members of Bicentennial Branch met on March 3, 2007 where recognition was given to descendants of Loyalist Richard Whittle as well as Loyalists Jacob Pauley and Henry French. Four UEL certificates were presented by Branch President Margie Luffman.

The featured guest speaker was Christopher Lucki who received a Masters of History degree from University of Windsor (2006). Christopher discussed his Master's thesis, Public Spectacles and the 1953 Coronation in Windsor, Ontario. As a 2002 recipient of the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal, Christopher has a continuing interest in the Monarchy. He described the Windsor visits from the Monarchy over the years and compared the festivities and patriotism of then and now. Christopher delighted the entire audience with the latest portrait of Queen Elizabeth and copies were given to everyone.

Plans are well underway for the 2007 UELAC Dominion Conference hosted this year by Bicentennial Branch in Essex County. The committee is hard at work finalizing details. Everyone is encouraged to register for any or all of the activities planned for the weekend of May 31 - June 3. Please join us in welcoming our fellow Loyalists from across Canada. Early bird registration prices end April 1, 2007.

This is a reminder that some members have not yet renewed their 2007 branch memberships. Please send your membership dues to Dianne Noble payable to Bicentennial Branch UELAC.

Bicentennial Branch Annual General Meeting takes place on May 5, 2007 with guest speaker, James Mays.

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