Updated October 25, 2018



Nov 03  Vets Dinner and Dance with Band the Marvels
Nov 09 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Nov 10  Darts League starts 7 pm
Nov 11  Remembrance Day Service begins 10:30
Nov 13  Exec Meeting 7 pm, Gen Meeting 8 pm
Nov 16  MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Nov 23  MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Nov 24  Craft Sale in the Hall presented by Seniors Club
Nov 24 MEAT DRAW starts 3 pm in the Club Room
Nov 25  Grey Cup Party in the Club Room
Dec  01  Breakfast with Santa

Nov 30 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow

Dec 07  MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Dec 11   Exec Meeting 7 pm, Gen Meeting 8 pm
Dec 14  MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Dec 21  MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Dec 24  Christmas Eve in the Club Room 2-6pm
Dec 28  MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Dec 29  MEAT DRAW starts 3 pm
Dec 31  New Year’s Eve in the Club Room entertainment by  Halo Jump
Reminders
Bingo – Mon nights at 7 for the Early Birds
Seniors' Bingo – Tues afternoons at 1:30
Chase the Queen – Wed evenings 7:30 – 8:30
Meat Draw – Friday nights starting at 6:30; last Sat. of each month 3pm
Crib - Thurs. nights 7 pm sharp
Darts League - schedule available at the bar


 




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ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. #52


WEEKLY EVENTS
Mon.  BINGO Early Bird 7 pm, regular games 7:30
Tues.  SENIORS’ BINGO starts at l:30 pm; Darts in the evening
Wed.  CHASE THE QUEEN OF CLUBS  7:30
Thurs. CRIB starts in October, 7 pm sharp
Fri.       Meat Draws & 50/50 at 6:30

Sat.  Darts League as per schedule at the bar

Last Sat. of each month Meat Draw at 3 p. m.


We now have a Wing Machine  - 

come on in for wings, chicken fingers,

fries or onion rings!

We also have perogies!

Mmmmm -- smell that POPCORN!

CLUB ROOM (and VLT) HOURS
Mon.-Thurs. 11 am—11 pm
Fri. and Sat. 11 am—1 am
CLOSED STATUTORY HOLIDAYS

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2019 MEMBERSHIPS

are now available!

Don't miss the Early Bird pricing and draw!

Our Mission

Message from

Dominion Command!

Dominion Command is requesting all members email addresses.  Members will be able to provide their email address by simply sending an email to dminfo@legion.ca

“Our mission is to serve Veterans, which includes serving Military and RCMP members and their families, to promote Remembrance and to serve our Communities and our Country.”

“- to ensure that proper attention shall be paid to the welfare of all who have served and the welfare of their dependants and to see to the maintenance and comfort of those who require special treatment, particularly the disabled, sick, aged and needy, and to promote the welfare of their dependants”

“to encourage, promote, engage in or support all forms of national, provincial, municipal or community service, or any charitable or philanthropic purpose”


"Legion Branches are the cornerstone of communities across Canada, and provide one of the largest volunteer bases in the country."


  • New Membership Application Form does away with Initiation
  • Fall Supper -- not this year
  • September Newsletter Update

Services

Dates to Remember

Who We Serve

Key Principles of Hospitality --

S.E.R.V.I.C.E.

The word SERVICE represents the following 7 key guiding principles in creating a more welcoming and hospitable Legion environment.

S,-- Smile

E -- Enquire

R -- Remember

V -- Very nice to see you

I -- Introduce

C -- Connect

E -- Entice to join/return

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Contact us by email at  

rcl52@shaw.ca

Branch  52

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 52 is located  at

459 Veteran’s Way (Main Street) in the town of Stonewall, Manitoba. 

We represent the Members of Stonewall, Teulon and Stony Mountain Branches.

LEGION:  WHO WE ARE (from the brochure, “The Royal Canadian Legion needs You”)

“With almost 400,000 members in 1.590 branches we ensure Canadian veterans of all ages receive everything they so richly deserve. We are ‘The Guardians of Remembrance’ in Canada but we also have a big role to play in community development. We are a not-for-profit organization self-funded by its members for the good of our veterans and our communities.”