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Seniors Group Coordinator is Molly Crozier

Organization: Royal Canadian Legion - Northwestern Ontario - Emo - Branch 99  
Phone Numbers: 807-482-2250
Email: emolegion@vianet.ca
Website: www.legion.ca
Address:
PO Box 762
Emo, ON
P0W 1E0
Street
Address
:
123 Jessie St
Emo
 
Intersection: Jessie St and Queen St
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Sat 3 pm-1 am (closing time can vary)
Seniors Group: Thu 10 am
Dates: Jul-Aug: Meetings and Seniors Group -- Non-operational
Executives: President
- 1st Vice President
Service Description: Located at Jessie St near Queen St

  • Provides a service club for Veterans, including military and Royal Canadian Mounted Police members in active service
  • Focuses mainly on and promotes remembrance of the men and women who gave their lives serving in wars and military missions around the world
  • Sponsors programs for seniors, community, housing, Long Term Care, youth, education, sports and Cadets, Guides and Scouts
  • Supports other organizations financially, particularly medical facilities and equipment
  • Provides hall rentals and catering for events
  • Funds educational bursaries
  • Coordinates the annual poppy campaign fundraiser and various fundraising events

  • Seniors Group
    • Coordinates a weekly social activity of carpet bowling
    • Provides a luncheon after the social activity

    Meeting: Executive: monthly, first Thu, 6:30 pm General membership: monthly, third Thu, 6:30 pm
    Fees: Membership - Annual * Program - Minimal fee for seniors luncheon
    Application:
    • Call for application information
    • Educational bursary application available at local Legion office

    Seniors Group

    Operates on a drop-in basis for carpet bowling and lunch
    Eligibility - Population(s) Served:
    • Membership open to all Canadian veterans as well as serving and former members of the Canadian Forces, RCMP, The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, other police forces, fire departments and their dependents, and Canadians who subscribe to the purposes and objects of the organization
    • Membership also open to members of the general public who are Canadian citizens
    • Educational bursaries are only available to graduating high school students with at least 1 parent as a Legion member

    Seniors Group

    Open to all community members
    Age: 18.00 years and older
    Languages: English
    Area(s) Served:
    Rainy River District  

    This information was last completely updated on September 15, 2017

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