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The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 92, Gananoque, Ontario
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Weekly Events at Br. 92 Gananoque

some things are back ... and they will be announced.
right now, only darts. pool and golf is back, nothing else.

Mixed Fun Darts - Fridays 7 - 9pm

all sports will be cancelled until further notice. 

Euchre - Wednesdays at 1 pm 

Monthly Legion Meetings are extremely important.  Please try to attend - we need your input.
Meet the volunteers who help keep this great organization continue success.
Offer to help one of our Chairpersons in their positions.

It's a worthwhile 1 hr out of the entire month.  Only 1 meeting per month, the 2nd Tuesday of each month for about an hour or less.

to Gananoque Food bank 17 April 2020
Disinfecting during Covid 19
Physical distancing
Restaurant workers
Restaurants tip sheet
workplace safety
web counter
At the moment, upcoming events include:

Our Sports which is on the sports page and ...

Friday Night Fun darts will be continuing albeit a little different.  Rhonda will be your manager for FFD until next spring at least.  Please help if you can,. thanks in advance.

Thank you all for understanding how serious this pandemic is and thank you for following all the rules. 

As I receive news of upcoming events I will print them here. 
If you have something you would like printed on the Branch 92 legion website please email Anne Parker at 
Canadian Letters from the First World War - coming soon
The photo is of members of the Gananoque's 3rd Field Battery, a militia artillery field battery, which was mobilized on 4 August 1914, the first day of the First World War. The photo was taken at the Gananoque Boat Club, now the Thousand Islands Playhouse Theater, the day before the men in the photo left Gananoque to travel to the battlefields of France and Belgium.
Left to right: Captain (later Lieutenant Colonel) James Stewart); Lieutenant (later Captain) Allan Gilles: Major (later Lieutenant Colonel) Russel Britton (killed in action 2 May 1917, just after the Battle of Vimy Ridge); Bombardier (later Captain) Norman Rattray); Quarter Master-Sergeant (later Captain) Frank Mooney; and Lieutenant (later Major) Howard Taylor.
A well deserved thank you from Br.92 in the form of a beautiful certificate for Comrade Pat Fitzgerald.  President Ray Foster awarded Pat with the certificate.
Ray explained that Comrade Pat is always there to help in any way she can, she is always helping with the Poppy Campaign, she helps in the Kitchen when we have our brunches, she helps the Membership chair with yearly duties and the list goes on, you can always see Pat digging in when help is needed.
Congratulations Comrade Pat.  We do appreciate you very much.