Jan 23, 2020 6:30 PM
Lt. (NL) Mary Margaret Zulauf
Navy League of Canada Loblaws, Bayview Village - 2nd floor board room

Mary Margaret Zulauf is a Lieutenant with the Navy League of Canada.  A non-profit organization whose mission statement is to promote, organize, sponsor, support and encourage the education and training of the youth of the country through Cadet movements and other youth groups with a maritime orientation, and through the provision of recreational opportunities and training, to promote the physical and mental fitness of the boys and girls participating in the Cadet Programmes.  working with the youth of our country.  She is currently the Commanding Officer of NLCC Prince of Wales located in Scarborough.

Lt. (NL) Mary Margaret Zulauf started volunteering as a parent with the Navy League of Canada over twenty-five years ago when her children expressed and interest in joining the cadet movement.  In the past twenty-five years she has served as the Administration Officer, Supply Officer, Training Officer, First Aid Officer, Executive Officer and is currently in the process of completing her second term as Commanding Officer. 

In addition to volunteering with Navy League Lt. (NL) Mary Margaret Zulauf has a long history of volunteering with other organization.  She has served as the Corportate Secretary for Scarborough Olympians Gymnastics Club, on the Executive of Malvern National Soccer Club, President of Rainbow Circle Co-Operative Homes, numerous positions on the Executive of the Malvern Family Resource Centre, as an advisor to the Whitby Sea Cadet branch, and on the Executive of Royal Canadian Legion Branch Baron Byng/Beaches 1/42 and is currently serving on the Executive of the Royal Canadian Legion Centennial Branch 614. 

 

Lt. (NL) Zulauf has been recognised for her volunteering by the Ontario Government.

 

Lt. (NL) Zulauf has worked full time in the day care field and has run a home based child care for the past 33 years. 

Lt. (NL) Mary Margaret Zulauf has three children and two grandchildren.