Updated April 07/20
ALL EVENTS CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Mar 06 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Mar 10 Exec Meeting 7 pm, General Mtg 8 pm
Mar 13 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Mar 20 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
SPRING FLING DINNER has been POSTPONED to May 03 at 4:30 pm-6:30. Adult (16 & over) $12.50, Youth (6-15) $7.50, Child (5 & under) $5; Advance ticket sales ONLY (NO tickets at door) available at the Club Room bar; tickets that have been sold will be honored for the new date.
Mar 27 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Mar 28 MEAT DRAW starts 3 pm in the Club Room
Apr 03 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Apr 10 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Apr 14 Exec Meeting 7 pm, General Mtg 8 pm
Apr 17 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Apr 24 MEAT DRAW starts 6:30; 50/50 to follow
Apr 25 MEAT DRAW starts 3 pm in the Club Room
REMINDERS: Bingo – Mon nights at 6:45 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 - Sat. night; schedule at the bar
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Stonewall Royal Canadian Legion 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.
Contact us by email at
Dominion Command is requesting all members email addresses. Members will be able to provide their email address by simply sending an email to email@example.com
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.”
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“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."
SPRING FLING DINNER Postponed
4:30 pm-6:30 pm
Adult (16 & over) $12.50, Youth (6-15) $7.50, Child (5 & under) $5 Advance ticket sales ONLY
(NO tickets available at door) available at Royal Canadian Legion Bar. Tickets that have been sold will be honored for the new date. For More details call 204-467-2261
Key Principles of Hospitality --
The word SERVICE represents the following 7 key guiding principles in creating a more welcoming and hospitable Legion environment.
E -- Enquire
R -- Remember
V -- Very nice to see you
I -- Introduce
C -- Connect
E -- Entice to join/return
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. #52
Mon. BINGO Early Bird 6:45 pm, regular games 7:15
Tues. SENIORS’ BINGO starts at l:30 pm;
Wed. CHASE THE QUEEN OF CLUBS 7:30
Thurs. CRIB October-April, 7 pm sharp
Fri. Meat Draws & 50/50 at 6:30
Sat. Darts League Sat. starting at 7 pm; call for schedule
Last Sat. of each month Meat Draw at 3 p. m.
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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