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

LA Bingo - Thursday evenings
Held every Thursday night at 7pm.
Bonanza starts @ 6:30 pm
50 numbers called then the rest later after games are played.
Early bird starts at 7pm.

Mixed Fun Darts - Fridays 7 - 10pm
 open to the public with limited players- everyone welcome
Going all summer just for fun.

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
if you have a story about how you are coping with COVID-19 pandemic, please email me at and I will post it on this website, the best story gets a free Legion Mask
with your story you may have touched just one life ... I know I have .... join me? 
Disinfecting during Covid 19
Physical distancing
Restaurant workers
Restaurants tip sheet
workplace safety
The Gananoque war memorial
 in the Town Park
The Canadian Peacekeepers memorial is in the Legion Riders Park
The Veterans Memorial on the grounds of the Lansdowne elementary school 
John William Boucher was born in Maitland, Ontario, and was working on the railway in the Gananoque area. He claimed to be age 49 when he enlisted in January 1917. Although he was over the age limit of 45, the Canadians needed experienced men for its railway battalion in France. Boucher served almost a year in France when it was discovered that he had been born in 1844, had served very briefly in the Michigan Rifles during the US Civil War, and had enlisted in the CEF at age 72. I have an article that indicates he met King George V before he was sent home. Boucher died in 1939 at age 99. I have a photo of his headstone in Florida which notes he was a Civil War and a WW1 veteran. 

Personal protective masks with Legion logo available at Gananoque Legion

Friday 17 July 10:00 am to noon. Sizes Small and Large. 
Small Mask: 7” x 5”
Large Mask: 7.5” x 5.5”
Made of polyester
and washable. $10 each Cash only.

The Poppy masks have been sewn and donated by Comrade Shirley Walker and are in short supply.

 poppy masks are of medium size.  100% cotton and $10 donation to the legion poppy fund.

Wearing a non-medical mask may be helpful in protecting others around you

Depending on the weather, they will be available just outside the
entrance to the Legion off the Legion parking lot.

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Send me the story on how you are coping with this pandemic.  See above notes.