Category: News

Fish Fry

Corn Roast / Games Night

Please  join us on August 25th for a evening of
fun, food and friendship.
This is a fundraiser for Zone 62.

Everyone welcome

Canada Day 2017

 

Legion colour party marches from the Transcona Legion to the Centennial Square in downtown Tanscona.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cooks doing a great job.

 

 

Bingo News

Bingo Reminder the last day prior to the summer recess for Thursday Bingo is June 22,  it is a pot luck on June 22nd for lunch.
Bingo is scheduled to resume in the fall approximately Sept 7th.

 

Monday Night Bingo  June 19th The theme for the evening is Summer Picnic…everyone attending the Bingo is encouraged to bring their own “Picnic Type food” to share at their table for the evening. June 26th the famous Rougeau Polish/Beef dogs are on the Menu with potato chips… $3.50 per ticket purchased at the Bar. This is the last time till the Fall for you to purchase the Rougeau Dog!!!

Weekly Events

Monday Evening
Bingo Paper cards early bird 6:45pm regular game 7pm Light dinner snack for sale.

 Tuesday Evening
Cribbage takes place every Tuesday evening at 7pm all skill levels are welcome.

 Thursday Afternoon
Bingo Hard Card games start at 12 pm (Noon) Light lunch is for sale for June 15 only. Last day before the Summer Break is June 22 and will resume again in the fall Sept 7th.

 Saturday Afternoon
Meat draws-Chase the Ace-50-50 draws.
Start time 2pm….come down for a chance to win some delicious meat from breakfast bacon and eggs to pork, beef and ribs for dinner.

Legion Marches in Hi Neighbour Parade 2017

Weraths for Transcona Field of Honour

Good morning.
In case you are not aware the Transcona Legion are participating in a special event
at the Transcona Field of Honour on Sunday, December 4
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 Every Grave in the Field of Honour will have a Wreath and red ribbon attached to a wooden stake
beside the headstone. The grief ceremony will be the official opening of this exceptional display.

These wreaths will remain on display in the Cemetery until January

We encourage everyone to visit and see this tribute to each of our veterans in the Field Of Honour.
This has never been done before in Manitoba and there are only four cemeteries in Canada
that are participating this year.

Cenotaph at Transcona Cemetery

Cenotaph at Transcona Cemetery

Transcona Sea Cadets and Legion Members salute Veterans

Transcona Sea Cadets and Legion Members salute Veterans

Salute to Veterans

Salute to Veterans

Transcona Sea Cadets present wreath

Transcona Sea Cadets present wreath

Transcona Legion President presents Wreath

Transcona Legion President presents Wreath

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Nov 7th – No Stone Alone

The Transcona Legion and River East Transcona School Division are partnering to ensure no stone is left alone.

Their efforts will culminate in what should be a moving ceremony at the Transcona Cemetery on Mon., Nov. 7 at 10 a.m. when more than 400 Grade 6 students will place a poppy at the foot of the grave of each of the more than 270 soldiers buried in the Fields of Honour.

The No Stone Left Alone Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization which works with the Canadian Armed Forces, schools, and volunteers to “educate, act and honour our military fallen who lay in Fields of Honour across Canada,” co-ordinator Peter Martin explained.

“The purpose is to recognize the sacrifices of our military,” Martin added. “Through our ceremonial efforts, our main goals are to educate and engage the next generation, as well as to help raise awareness and funds for our Canadian veterans, serving soldiers and their families.”

Martin said students from across the River East Transcona School Division are participating, as are Immanuel Christian and Balmoral schools.

Martin is determined to recognize the many veterans not buried in the Fields of Honour.

“As I was planning this ceremony, I realized that not all Transcona soldiers are buried in the Fields of Honour in our cemetery, as some are buried with family members elsewhere. I do not want these brave citizens to be forgotten during our ceremony.

“If any person who has a family member or friend that served our country in military service and they are not buried in the Fields of Honour, we encourage you to attend our ceremony on November 7th. You will receive a poppy from the Transcona Legion that you can place on the grave of someone who served that also deserves our thanks and appreciation.”

Veteran Tom Panting No Stone ALone

School Children at Transcona Field of Honour

School Children at Transcona Field of Honour

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Veteran Tom Panting received the Silent Salute

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Legion Members Sent Packages to Deployed Military Personel

Members of Transcona Legion send packages to Military Personnel Deployed in Other Countries.

All items were donated and 50 shoe boxes were put together containing items for daily needs, books, playing cards, Christmas cards from members and treats and goodies.

It is planned that these packages will arrive to the personnel in time for Christmas.

Thank-you to all those that donated and thanks to Tova Anderson for co-ordinating this event and to Joan Sylvester, Fiona Olsen, Heather Admson and Mikki Belndiuk for packaging the items.

Boxes for Troops oct 2017

Heather Admson, Fiona Olsen, Joan Sylvester, Tova

Heather Admson, Fiona Olsen, Joan Sylvester, Tova

Mikki Blendiuk

Mikki Blendiuk

Joan Sylvester

Joan Sylvester

Boxes for Troops oct 2016

 

Transcona Legion Presents Transcona Sea Cadets with cheque

Transcona Legion representative  Comrade Les Issacs presented the RCSCC 350 Transcona Corps with a cheque to support them with their upcoming year.

Below is a thank-you note received from them:

Please pass along our sincere gratitude to the entire Transcona Legion for your ongoing generosity and support of RCSCC 350 Transcona.  We are heading into another strong year and it would not be possible without the support of the community and our valued partnership with the Legion.
We are grateful to be able to involve the youth in our Corps with the valuable community service the Legions provide.
It is always our pleasure to see you.

Cheers,
Dawn Berry
President- Navy League of Canada
Transcona Branch

 

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