Branch 244 of The Royal Canadian Legion
THE ACE winner on Nov. 9 was WAYNE
GREER, of LOMBARDY, winning $200 (20%)
and he chose Envelope #50 with the QUEEN of
SPADES inside. (200 tickets sold X
The progressive amount of $300 (30%) rolls
over into next week's draw, combined with
last week's progressive portion of $9300,
bringing the total amount of $9600 to be
added to this week's sales if the ACE OF
SPADES is found. TOTAL JACKPOT FOR NOV.
16 WILL BE....$9600 + $300 + $200 =$10,100!
Our Legion receives $500(50%) for this week,
added to the total of $15,500 from last
week, totalling $16,000 in funds, so far!
You do NOT have to be a Legion member to
play, and you do NOT have to be there the
night of the draw.
We only have 200 tickets for sale!
Try to catch that elusive ACE OF SPADES! For
you, we hope so...for the Legion, not so
The Legion serves all Veterans
The Royal Canadian Legion was
founded by Veterans and for Veterans. We advocate for
the care and benefits for all who served Canada,
regardless of when or where they served. The Legion also
provides representation and assistance to Veterans,
including currently serving Canadian Armed Forces and
RCMP, and their families, and access to our services is
available to them at no cost, whether or not they are
Legion members. The
Legion helps thousands of Veterans each year and
makes significant positive changes in their lives.
The Legion exists so that Canada never
The Legion understands the
importance of honouring past sacrifices and
acknowledging the courage of those who served and still
serve today. Through Remembrance
Day ceremonies, the Poppy
education programs and
more, the Legion helps Canadians to honour and remember.
The Legion serves our communities and our
Legion Branches are the
cornerstone of communities across Canada, and provide
one of the largest volunteer bases in the country. With
more than 1,400 Branches from coast to coast to coast,
our members provide local services and supports to build
a stronger Canada. Whether helping local Veterans,
supporting seniors, providing youth sports programs,
raising funds, volunteering to help those in need, or
simply offering a place to gather for fun and
celebration, Legionnaires provide
essential services in their communities.
HMCS Lanark (K669 / FFE321)
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Alternatively named for the town of Perth,
Ontario, because the latter name was used by
she was commissioned on July 6, 1944, at