The Royal Canadian Legion Henderson Highway Branch #215
One of the principles on which The Royal Canadian Legion was founded is a solemn remembrance of Canadians who gave their lives so our nation might be free. Their most important responsibility is maintaining the tradition of Remembrance in Canada.
The Annual Poppy-Remembrance Campaign is an opportunity to remind Canadians of the men and women who died during military service. It is also the major public fund-raising blitz for the Legion–money raised from the poppy campaign can only be used for ex-service personnel and their dependents or community service projects.
Membership: All are welcome. Anyone can become a fraternal member without being a veteran. Call any of the contact people listed below for more information.
Programs: The Legion promotes community sports, the Peace Gardens program, and provides scholarships. There are regularly scheduled programs throughout the week, such as cribbage every Tuesday evening; darts on Thursday evening, a Friday night meat draw and a Saturday afternoon meat draw.
Branch #215 General Membership Meetings
General Meetings are held every 3 months in March, June, September and December.
Branch #215 Executive Committee Meetings
Executive Meetings are held every month.
Branch #215 Ladies Auxiliary
Ladies Auxiliary Meetings are held every month (except July & August).
Membership is open to all ladies for $15 a year, no legion affiliation required.