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Deer Lodge Bingo

View schedule your Branch hosts the Deer Lodge Bingo.

 

Deer Lodge Bingo Schedule 2018-2019 

 


Local Branch Events

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St James Cemetery Flags


Military Family Resource Centre

 

 

 

 

Picture of those who put Canadian Flags on the graves of WW1 Veterans. November 3, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 


2018 Provincial Command Cribbage Championship Winners


 

 

Provincial Singles Winner
(L-R) Deputy District Commander Ken Minty, Barry O'Donnell from St. James Br.#4
  Provincial Doubles Winner
(L-R) Deputy District Commander Ken Minty, Lawrence Cook & Gregory Hastmann from Prince Edward Br. #81
  Provincial Teams Winner
(L-R) Deputy District Commander Ken Minty, Doreen Ander, Harvey Ander, Roy Yahnke and Mike Peemoeller from The Pas Br. #19
         

2018 District #4 Cribbage Winners


 

 

District Singles Winner
(L-R) Deputy District Commander Ken Minty, Shelley Thompson
  District Doubles Winner
(L-R) Deputy District Commander Ken Minty, Albert Toews & Gord Petkau
  District Teams Winner
(L-R) Deputy District Commander Ken Minty, Dennis Belanger, Pat Kernot & Robert Rossol (missing Darrell Nazar)
         

Royal Canadian Legion Brandon Branch #3 - Chase the Ace

 

 


A FUNDRAISER IN SUPPORT

OF THE SOCIETY FOR MANITOBANS WITH DISABILITIES Proceeds benefit programs & services in the Westman Region

 

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Military Family Resource Centre


Military Family Resource Centre

 

 

 

 

The Military Family Resource Centre Thanks You!

 

 

 

 

 


Need Legion Name Badges?

 

To order your name badges contact: ACR@awardscanada.com


The Veterans Transition Network

 

The Veterans Transition Network (VTN) Transition Course is a series of group sessions in which veterans help veterans transition to civilian life with guidance from trained clinicians.

 

The group work involves communications skill development, career exploration and counseling, as well as Life Review and Group Action Process exercises to help participants process and move beyond any trauma injuries in a supportive, structured and safe environment.

 

Visit the Veterans Transition Network Website For Information

 


Does your Branch need a Computer? 

 

 

We are on the list of organizations at Computers for Schools to be eligible to receive a no charge computer deemed surplus.

 

This offer includes:

  • CPU Operating system

  • Office software (extra cost)

  • Keyboard and Mouse

  • Flat screen monitor

  • Shipping and handling costs (may be waived by making special pick up arrangements)

 

Manitoba Branches Apply Here!          Ontario Branches Apply Here!

 

Comrades, this is a great opportunity to help bring the Legion into the 21st Century

 


St. James Legion No. 4

 

Cde. G. Laing receiving his
65 year Service Pin from
President Cde. M. Thayer
  Cde’s. D. Harvie, G. Apps and A. King receiving there 50 year Service Pin and Medal from President Cde. M. Thayer

OAK LAKE LEGION BRANCH #79 - Monument Refurbished


Poppy Fund

On the 11th of November 2016, Oak Lake Branch #79 held the unveiling of its refurbished Monument. The original one was unveiled in 2004 but weather and climate conditions have taken its toll on the monument. The original lettering was nearly unreadable, thus we applied to Veterans Affairs Canada – Cenotaph/Monument/Restoration Program in Charlottetown, PEI and we were successful in getting a grant to assist in defraying part of the costs associated with the restoration. The Dedication Service was conducted by the Branch Padre, Don Sellsted, assisted by Comrade Morris Clarke (on the left) and Comrade Clair Moir (on the right). These two dedicated Legion Members were also presented with their Life Memberships following the dedication service.

 

The Oak Lake Legion celebrated their 90th Anniversary in December 2016 with a current membership of 80. Our Branch is located 52 km west of Brandon in an urban community of approximately 380 residents. The Branch is proud to be an integral part of the community and supports many organizations in the area.

 

Oak Lake Branch #79 would like to express its heartfelt thanks to Veteran’s Affairs Canada for helping our small branch refurbish our Monument, to proudly pay tribute to our Veterans.

 

Clair Moir, Branch Restoration Chairman


Island Lakes Students Honour Soldiers

 

 

Students from Island Lakes Community School have created a multi-media project that seeks to honour the bravery and sacrifice of the many Canadians and other people who have fought over the years in world conflicts. In remembering the realities of the past, they question the real cost of war. This is an emotionally-charged exploration of what "war" means, especially in terms of how it affects families. This video challenges us all.

(Click on image above to play video)