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Well, the hangar doors are now closed for the last time. It was a grand evening, lots of speeches and good food. However, the finale was a little hard to take. All events leading up to the finale were refreshing with many nice accolades.
If you have closed an organization, it is the final steps that are the hardest and what really hits home is the turning over your charter and really hard is the turning over the Wing Banner which has been a part of the Wing for all to see. Fortunately, in my or our case is that the Air Force Museum in Trenton will be the new home for the 418 (Belleville) Wing banner once a display is created. It will be for all to see for the future.
I would be remiss if I did not thank my Wing members over the years and also all those in the Quinte Branch who have given me support, guidance and leadership throughout the period of my terms in office.
In closing, it has been a really good flight, a little turbulence once in a while but really it has been smooth trip with good winds and clear skies and good memories.
Per Ardua ad Astra
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