Posted: February 2017
Margaret Miskin, recently retired Captain of our Boys' Brigade has been invited to attend one of the Queen's Buckingham Palace garden parties. She was put forward by Buckinghamshire's Lord Lieutenant, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher, who had paid tribute to Margaret's 30 years as Boys' Brigade Captain at her retirement. Delighted with the invitation, Margaret said, "You do the job because you enjoy it, not for recognition. But when the recognition comes, it is an honour. This is especially so to me coming as it does in the Queen's sapphire jubilee year." So well done Margaret!
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