history

Woodstock Unit #95 ANAVETS received its Charter in June of 1995. There was quite a group of veterans who were looking for an alternative of a veterans’ organization and made inquiries to the Dominion Headquarters of the Army, Navy & Air Force Veterans in Canada. We were approved to receive a Charter and the rest – as they say – is history. After more than 20 years as an organization, Woodstock Unit #95 continues to serve all veterans, the youth, and the community. Our Service Officer serves any veteran, not just our members, and at no cost. We are active in the schools – i.e. helping with their Remembrance Day services, presentation on Flag Day, and providing speakers and resource materials when asked. We are active in Veterans’ Week activities in local communities. We lobby governments on behalf of veterans. Our Constitution and By-Laws allow former and serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces, Allied Forces, Coast Guard, First Responders etc, to join our Unit as “Active” members. While we do have “Associate” members, they are limited to about one-third of the membership to ensure that only those who have actually served will have control. We are always looking for like-minded people to join us to help us attain our goals and undertakings. For more information, please contact us. We would be glad to meet over coffee to answer any questions you might have….

Executive

President

Scott Lang

President
1st Vice President

Paul Hanson

1st Vice President
2nd Vice President

Pierre Ruel

2nd Vice President
Secretary

Beth MacFarlane

Secretary
Treasurer

Bob Martin

Treasurer
Placing the Gun

Placing the Gun

Centophaph

Centophaph

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day

Round Table

Round Table