First Quarter Report
January 2007:

Chief Commissioner Metcalfe has every right to be proud of what he and the members of this unit have done throughout 2006.

Chief Commissioner Metcalfe reports:...............
he Remembrance service went off great. I enclose photograph of Deputy Chief Commissioner S. Metcalfe and Commissioner C. Verwimp with our wreath just prior to the service held in the Royal Canadian Legions hall here in Outlook. 
We were very well received. 
We gave out leaflets after the service to veterans and members of the public who had shown an interest in us.  Since we commenced delivering "Meals on Wheels" last February we have delivered 293 meals, assisted the nurse at the "Wellness" clinic on 6 occasions and transported one elderly lady to Outlook hospital. This all aside from other duties as previously advised."

         "On lst November we held our first AGM and the one years service star was awarded to C.Verwimp and the Hallamshire medal of merit to L Dixon and C. Verwimp...."

Chief Commissioner Metcalfe also reported to us that in October 2006 the Mayor of the nearby town of Broderick, Mr, Mark Verwimp (see photo) signed up as a uniformed member of the Unit and a welcome is extended to Mark from all of us here at Hutt.

Chief Commisioner Metcalfe is also to be congratulated in accepting an appointment as a Director of the Outlook Town Museum and in line with this Chief Commissioner Metcalfe has forwarded a number of photographs of the Town of Outlook along with a little more information to help us all see what and where Outlook is.
A link to these Photo's and the info is posted below.



Where is Outlook?
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Deputy Chief Commissioner
S. Metcalfe and Commissioner
C. Verwimp
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Chief Commissioner
 G.B. Metcalfe and New Member
Mark Verwimp
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