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Branch 594 and Craig’s Kitchen
Fish Fridays will continue .
Due to the increase in Fish Prices,
we have had to adjust our prices.
(we haven’t done that for a couple years)
See Menu Below.
Catering available any time. See Craig’s Menu.
Call Craig to order
Take Out Menu
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Call for Availability
Masks Required for Pickup!
Birthdays - July
Happy Birthdays July 2021
Harold B Bissonnette
Delaney Louisa Brause
Gerald R Ciurysek
Jeff J Doan
Lisa M Friesen-Stroud
Frank J Gauvreau
Gerald E Greggs
Ian K Henderson
John R Herdman
Erin Beth Purdy
Daniel R Reiner
Randall G Soulliere
Barbara J Stafford
Bill E Williams
Please accept the following letter (with the hopes for publication) for the Legion Magazine.
My brothers and I grew up in a “Legion” household. Our father was in the Royal Canadian Navy and served on
the frigate “Swansea” out of Halifax during the Korean War (1950-55). Our grandfather was a WW1 Army veteran. – both were members of the Legion Branch 365 Richmond Hill, Ontario. Our grandfather was also past president of the Legion’s Beaverton, Ontario branch. In our adulthood we all joined the Legion as Associate members and enjoyed many events.
There were meat pie dinners prepared by the Ladies Auxiliary, Remembrance Day Ceremonies we attended, parades (our dad was in the Colour Party for the Richmond Hill Pipes and Drums) and of course, Warriors Day at the CNE in Toronto (this would signal the near end Of summer and back to school time). Many wonderful memories were made.
Fast forward fifty years and both our father and grandfather are gone and my mom is a widow struggling to make ends meet. A benefits claim was denied by VAC and an appeal was filed. Once again the Legion is back in our lives – this time to assist my mom with the appeal process which resulted in the claim being awarded in her favour and thus, securing her financial security for the remainder of her life.
Marg Rhomann of the Legions Central Command office (Aurora, Ontario) and the team at the Bureau of Pension Advocates (Lisa and Karen) are to be congratulated, acknowledged and praised for their dedication, extensive knowledge and top notch communication skills for their ability to navigate through a confusing government process for a senior citizen .
We encourage other families dealing with this type of “red tape” and “declined” claims to please contact a Legion Command Office for Assistance. We are certainly glad that we did and will be forever grateful to them for ensuring our mothers last years are comfortable ones.
“From an early age in school and during my time in Army Cadets, the Legion was always there to support the youth. As a veteran who served 40 years and 2 months in the Canadian Infantry, I saw first hand how our Canadian Legions supported their veterans and serving members of our great military. As a member of a Legion, I thoroughly enjoy the comradeship and many activities. There is no better organization or club to belong to.”
Morris Brause ~ Veteran & Executive Member
“The Legion is important to me, with a friendly atmosphere where you can visit with friends, partake in sporting events or play cards. You can even enjoy a friendly drink of your choosing along with some great food.”
John Antaya - Legion Treasurer
“My father, Frank Friesen, was a Canadian WWII Veteran who fought in the Netherlands & Germany. He lost a leg to a Schu-mine less than a month before the war ended. I am a Legion member to honour him and those who have served our country then and now. “Proudly Serving Those Who Served!”
Tom Friesen - President
Keep up to date with all the new and event happens at our busy legion. From banquets, dances, retirements, promotions – we’ll keep you infomed through our new Blog.
Mary was born December 31, 1945 and passed away June 23, 2021. Married to Ken her devoted and cherished husband of 56 years; her three children; Lisa, Laura and Sean remained faithfully at her bedside.
Sponsorship is important to maintain our Legion and continue in the veteran community works that it performs. Become a part of the tradition by sponsoring this branch today or by considering leaving a legacy fund in memory.