An item from Dominion Command.
This Remembrance Day, honor veterans by dedicating a Poppy in memory of their name at mypoppy.ca
En ce jour du Souvenir, rendons hommage à un vétéran en lui dédiant un coquelicot commémoratif personnel sur moncoquelicot.ca.
Freeman D. Chute, MMM, CD
Senior Program Officer/Agent principal de programme
The folks at the Stanford University Canadian Club sent this message out yesterday.
[true-north] Get a Poppy at Tresidder from 10-2 Tomorrow (Friday 11/7)
Hope you’ve had a great week! I’ll be at Tresidder from 10am-2pm Tomorrow (Friday 11/7) if you would like to pick up a poppy for Remembrance Day. If you are not able to find me, please feel free to call/text me at [number removed].
So if you are in the area, just look for this display.
Over the past month, C100 has been distributing poppies at their various events.
In addition to their offices at 149 New Montgomery St, San Francisco during regular business hours.
Poppies are available in the Dean’s office of the College of Business & Economics, California State University, East Bay at 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd in Hayward. The building is open to the public from 9 AM to 5 PM Monday to Friday.
Thanks to Dean George Low, who is originally from Alberta.
For employees of Uber, you can also pick up a poppies at both the 1455 Market Street location.
You’ll find them just outside of the “Montreal” conference room.
For employees of Facebook, you can also pick up a poppies at both the Menlo Park and San Francisco offices.
|Facebook – Menlo Park
||Facebook – San Francisco
For Facebook in Menlo Park, poppies can be found at MPK 21.8 Lobby, MPK 10 Lobby, and SAF 181 28th Floor. If you need help locating these, ping Mike Beltzner or Amber Choo on Work Chat. For Facebook in San Francisco, ping Kevin Huang on Work Chat.
For folks that are involved in the curling community in the Bay Area, keep an eye out for Jay Diamond of California Curling Supplies at your next event.
Jay is distributing poppies on behalf of the Royal Canadian Legion, US Branch #25.
Jay announcing the availability of poppies
at a Halloween themed event on 29 October.