August Entertainment 

  Coming in August 10, 8 - 12 p.m.

IN2U is a 4 piece band from Waterdown, fronted by Deanna Blain, and have been together for 8 years. They play many styles (Pop, Rock, Country, and Reggae) from 1950's to Present Day.

IN2U      August 10 at 8:00 p.m

No Cover Charge!! 

 

 August 18,  1-6

Join us for Our Annual Corn Roast & BBQ

We will have Hamburgers, Sausages, Hot Dogs,
Popcorn, fresh corn, displays and vendors!
Come out for a fun afternoon. Bring your friends
and kids and your chairs!!
Help support your legion. It will be a great afternoon.
1 - 6 pm .   If you can help set up etc, contact Donna Green!

 

Entertainment provided by Mike Hubley - KountryFryd Music
Join Mike for a great afternoon evening of his unique blend of country music old and new with a side of rock ‘n roll oldies! 

Our Entertainment Events  are open to everyone!  19 yr+
Everyone is welcome - you do not have  to be a 
legion member to attend any of these functions!

We have Euchre every Thursday at 7:00
and Saturday at 1:00
Senior Euchre every Wednesday at 9:00
Bid Euchre every Thursday at 9:30.  

 

Headin Home

every 3rd Friday of the month at 7 p.m.

 It is Fiddlers Jam Session

every Thursday at 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.

 

Waterdown 551 Fiddlers

They play every2nd Friday night  of the month
at 7:00 p.m. hosted by Wayne Belanger.
Blue Grass Jammers every Thursday at 6:00

Legion Hours 

Until after Labour Day 

Monday  & Tuesday - close
Wednesday open at 4  till close
Thursday open at 1:00  till close
Friday open at 3 p.m.  till close
Saturday open at 12:m. till close

  Summer Fun Darts 

 Our Summer Fun Dart League now in effects - starts

at 7:30.
If you want to come out and try  your hand
at playing darts,this league  is for you.
Teams are made up with anyone that shows up  that night.
You are not obligated to play every week.

   Euchre 

Dart Boards are available for playing
anytime there isn't a league playing!  
We also have a new snooker table
Come out and  shoot some pool!

  Membership

Want to be a member????
Just fill out your Application form  and bring it

to the legion and pay $51 to bar stewart.

****** PLease Note*******

July 1st, 1/2 yr rate of $27 is in effect!  

It's  a great time to become a member!!

If you are an Ordinary or Associate, bring  

documentation such as  Service Number, rank, etc

  It's so EASY or you can go onlineand register
at  www.legion.ca  

Membership Count as  of  July 17, 2019
Associate                   156
Affiliate                       104
N, V Affiliate                01
    Total                        337
98.54%
Previous Year total:  343
If you have already paid, your renewal sticker is at the bar.  

 2020 membership renewal now in effect!

Early Bird Membership renewal for 2020 can be paid anytime now at the bar.  Your sticker will be available in Sept.

Do it now and save $$$.

Serving and retired members of the CAF and RCMP new to the Legion are eligible for a free one-year membership to help them get to know our organization. Membership registration is completed through Dominion Command, and members can transfer to a local Branch afterwards.

www.legion.ca

The Legion is running a $5,000 VIA Rail member sweepstake to encourage members to add an email address to their member profile. Members can add their email at Legion.ca/email to enter. The sweepstakes will be promoted in the July/August issue of Legion Magazine.
Members with an email on file have access to benefits including automatic entry in national member contests, the bi-monthly member newsletter, notices of member opportunities, and more.
You can help promote the sweepstakes by printing and posting the attached poster at your Branch. Branches with member emails also can submit a list of emails to Member Services using the attached Excel file template to update the member database. 

    Cenotaph Maintenance 

   Scott Filman recently planted some very nice flowers around our Cenotaph.  This is the most important part of our branch property as it is here to honour and remember all the men and women who have served our country during times of peace and war.  We have a duty to ensure that this memorial is always kept neat and clean and the flower beds and walkways are free of weeds.

Thank you for the great response

If you can help, email me at  margarettony@bell.net

Team 1 – June 10-24 – Bob Thomas & Rick

Team 2 – June 24 – July 8 – Marg Ritchie & John McLean

Team 3 – July 8 – 15  -  John Gallagher, Leona G
Team 4 – July 15 – 22 – Kathy Ciraolo, Sue G  & John V 
Team 5  -  July 22 – July 29 – Mike Kingston 
Team 6 -   July 29 – Aug 5 – Kathy Ciraolo  
Team 7 – Aug- 5 – 19 – Don Ross
Team 8 – Aug – 19 – Aug 26 – Leanne Barlow & Drew
Hawkyard
Team 9 -  Sept 16 – 30 – Bob Thomas


 This week in  the Legion Magazine:

     Shop the Legion  Store

 Limited Edition Ball Cap, Ball & T-Shirt 

 

   The Poppy Store 

Contact us at: shop@legion.ca

or toll free at 1-888-301-2268.

 Medicpac Insurance 

 

 

  

 

Newly constructed walkway for the Vimy Oak Tree memorial

photo courtesy of  Patrick McCarthy

More pictures on Vimy Ridge Oak & RED Friday 


Flamborough Archives and Heritage Society  

now located in Waterdown!

Christopher Redford, Heritage Presentation

CoordinatorTourism & Culture Division,

City of Hamilton P.O. Box 2040

Hamilton, ON, L8P 4Y5

Christopher.Redford@hamilton.ca

905-546-2424 ext 4688Cell 905-973-4005    

New  website  

Flamborough Archives and Heritage Society 

 Waterdown BIA is  gearing uptil 

for the 6th season of the 

Waterdown Museum of HIstory open to

the public May 13.

click on this link for info 

 

Alexis Rayner stands in a model of the train cars used to transport Jewish prisoners to concentration camps that will be part of the Waterdown Museum's of History's Holocaust exhibit. The museum will be open May 13-24 at Waterdown District High School. - Mac Christie/Torstar 

 Come in and visit this marvelous museum!


Waterdown Farmer's Market May 25 - Oct 12

8 - 1 p.m.  in the legion parking lot

Enjoy a wide variety of farm vendors representing a mix of organic and conventional practices, as well as delicious on-site prepared food and beverage vendors, live music, kids’ activities and free parking. A morning at the Market is sure to be a great experience for all the senses! Watch for news of special engagement sessions throughout the season as we celebrate the important role agriculture plays in all our lives 

 Book of Remembrance 

 

 We now have a Book or Remembrance on display inour lobby.  Also, please see the photo of our Veteran’s Board.  Each week, I will feature a member of our community who made the supreme sacrifice in the service of our country.  We had one causality from the Boer War and a number from WW I and WWII.  We are very grateful to the Flamborough Archives for sharing this information with us.  Over the years, a very dedicated group of volunteers from Archives have been researching and putting together the story of these local heroes.  The book is a work in progress and I have put my contact information near the book in case someone has additional material to add to our files.  Presently, we have the Boer War and WW 1 covered.  Shortly, we will be adding the information about our WW II casualties.

Our Veterans Service Board
courtesy of Bob Thomas, Service Office, 3rd Vice


Councillor Judi Partridge June Enewletter

 

 

Click on this link to enlarge 

 For Legion Sports Information

contact our Sports Officer:
Barry Peer:  barrugflooring@gmail.com




 

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