Mrs Tobin runs the charity from her home, where injured soldiers returning from overseas tours are given a much needed week of rest and recreation.
Hundreds of soldiers have benefitted from the services since the charity began in 2009.
Soldiers take part in a number of activities during their stay including water sports, carriage driving, falconry and clay pigeon shooting.
Alex Fergusson MSP said:
"This local charity has become a real success story.
"Jennefer Tobin’s energy, enthusiasm, inspiration and commitment has provided a badly needed facility within which returning soldiers, often mentally and physically scarred, can come and let off steam in a healthy and competitive atmosphere.
“The local voluntary input to this charity is nothing less than phenomenal, as is amply illustrated by the fact that both the magnificent plaque itself, and the plinth on which it is mounted, were made and donated by local craftsmen Edward Layden and Peter Crighton respectively.
Around 200 soldiers and musicians from the 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland are taking part in a Homecoming Parade in Dumfries.
The parade starts on Hoods Loaning at 11am before the soldiers continue their march on to Shakespeare Street, the Whitesands, Buccleuch Street (where a salute will take place at the Municipal Chambers), Burns Statue, High Street, English Street- finishing back at Hoods Loaning around 11.45pm.
The parade will then be followed by a Civic Reception for The Royal Scots Borderers at the DG One leisure centre.
Two hundred soldiers and musicians will march though Dumfries today to mark the Homecoming Parade for the local regiment, The Royal Scots Borderers, 1 Scots. The Battalion has just returned from operational duties in Afghanistan.