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CONSTRUCTION NOTICE

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WATSON PARKWAY IS OPEN AGAIN.    


DRIVE SAFELY 

BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT THE LEGION 7PM

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

PRIZE BOARD TOTAL $3,500 INCLUDING $1000 JACKPOT PRIZE

PROCEEDS TO CHARITY

FREE PARKING 

FREE WiFi

GAMES START AT 7PM


JAM SESSION

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4TH SATURDAY EVERY MONTH. JOIN US WITH YOUR INSTRUMENT FOR A FUN AFTERNOON.  2 PM - 5 PM

AT THE GUELPH LEGION


GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

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Third Thursday every month

Next meeting 21 NOVEMBER 2019 at 7.30pm  

NEW MEMBERS WELCOME

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https://youtu.be/n4W3IsTCSDo


Ask for an application

Be part of making a difference

They served and sacrificed for our freedoms. Becoming a  member of the Legion is the ultimate way to show your gratitude and give  your support. You don’t have to be a Veteran to join and make a  difference.

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL 2020

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BE AN EARLY BIRD AND RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP NOW - YOU COULD WIN  YOUR 2021 DUES IN THE MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP DRAW.  LAST DRAW WILL BE DECEMBER GENERAL MEETING.

MORE FUTURE EVENTS

REMEMBRANCE DAY

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REMEMBRANCE DAY   11 NOVEMBER 2019

9:00 a.m.    Service is held at McCrea House Gardens

MAIN REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE AT SLEEMAN CENTRE

For Veterans, care givers and those requiring assistance there is a special Guelph Transit Bus available from the Legion to the Sleeman Centre and return to the Legion after the Service.

9:35 a.m. – Bus arrives at the Legion - board passengers

9:45 a.m. – Departs Legion for Sleeman Centre

10:00 a.m. – Arrives at Sleeman Centre 

Returning 

12:10 p.m. – Arrives at Sleeman Centre – board passengers

12:15 p.m. – Departs Sleeman Centre for Legion

12:30 p.m. – Arrives at Legion 

Pick up wreaths (Zamboni entrance) no later than 10.10am and line up ready to march on.

10:20 a.m.   Service begins at Sleeman Center 

Chairman 

David Thompson

Guest Speaker: Ed Butts   Following the end of the Service, a parade will form marching from thee Sleeman Centre past the Cenotaph and on through town with saluting base at St. Georges Square and ending at the Guelph Armoury.

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TURKEY ROLL

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14 DECEMBER 2019

A COMMUNITY FUNDRAISER 

THE FUN STARTS AT 2PM SO DON'T BE LATE.   YOU COULD WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS TURKEY AND OTHER GOODIES.

NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY

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31 DECEMBER 2019

Entertainment will be by Swan Creek and buffet provided by Brothers in the Kitchen.  Watch this space for more information on when tickets will be available

ANNUAL POPPY CAMPAIGN

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BEGINS 25 OCTOBER 2019 SEE POPPY & REMEMBRANCE SECTION FOR MORE INFORMATION


THANK YOU TO ALL OUR MANY WONDERFUL VOLUNTEERS

REMEMBRANCE DINNER 10 NOVEMBER 2019

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TICKETS NOW ON SALE

$20 EACH INCLUDING TAX

AVAILABLE DURING OPEN HOURS AT THE LEGION

VETERANS FREE WITH APPLICATION FORM

GUEST SPEAKER MR. ED BUTTS

 Guelph author, historian and frequent contributor to the Mercury  Tribune, 

Ed Butts was recently honoured by the Ontario Historical  Society for his book Wartime: The First World War in a Canadian Town.  

COCKTAILS 6PM

DINNER COMMENCES 7PM