This year's dinner was held on Saturday, October 22nd, at the Pacific Shores Resort in Nanoose Bay.
Guests begin to arrive and gravitate to Laurie's heraldic display.
As more guests arrive, the room becomes more alive.
Amidst a flock of flags, guests are seated for dinner. On the menu was a choice of Wild BC Salmon in a Fresh Herb Crust with Champagne Beurre Blanc Sauce or Canadian AAA Centre Cut Top Sirloin Steak with Portabello Mushroom Brandy Sauce.
Follows, photos of the other tables.
The guest speaker was Herb LeRoy, Private Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia and Executive Director of Government House. He spoke on the duties of the Lieutenant Governor as well as his own.
This photo shows the overall size and structure of the branch's heraldic display built by Laurie Patten. The display is now on permanent display at Government House in Victoria.
This is the main end panel of the display.
Here are the rest of the panels.