Bulletins & Calendar

Calendar of Events

Bulletin of Events

Veterans receive a vist form Branch 67 Serivce Officer & Donations Chairman

Great things happen around here at Christmas for our Veterans


In the picture: Penny, Santa, Stan, and Brenda. Great job Ladies and of course Santa.



Ladies Auxiliary (LA) Sports

Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary Branch 67


LA Darts 2 February 2019 here at the Lindsay Legion.

LA Christmas Hamper all proceeds go to Operation Service Dogs. Contact is Gail Scruton form Beaverton.

LA Early Bird Membership Draw Winner Jan Patrick



Our Student Catherine Cadigan Recognized at the Legion

Catherine has been a great resource for the Legion. Helping with numerious projects for the Artifacts Committee.

We have been trying for a few months to track down this very busy young lady. To present her with a Legion Certificate of Appreciation for all of her hard work while here on a co-op assignment.  We hope to have her help out again when she is available.  A avid historian herself. She was a great addition to the research and artifact groups of the Legion.  We wish her all the best in her future endeavors.  Great Job, Bravo Zulu.

From left to right in photo:  Howie Johnston, Catherine Cadigan, Claus Reuter, & Bill Neville.



Card / Letter to a Canadian Armed Forces Member overseas and not at home for Christmas holidays.

This is two address for CAF members you are wishing to send a Letter or a Holiday Card to.

The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) web site will show the actual deployment address through Canada Post.

Any Canadian Forces member PO Box 5140 Stn Forces Belleville Ontario K8N5W6

Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) web site.  http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/write-to-the-troops/mailing-instructions.page#anc3






Marg Mowat with her Dad`s medals

Marg Mowat was presented with her Dad`s medals... it was a tearful day for Marg.



Membership & Dues

Membership dues for 2019 are due now.

Reminder:  2019 Membership fees are now due.  If your dues are not paid, you are not in good standing and will not be eligible to play any sports.  You will have to be signed to the canteen by a paid up member.



Early Bird

Sept. 1/18 to Nov. 30/18………………$55.00

December 1/18 to Dec. 31/18………$60.00

January 1/19 to Aug. 31/19…………..$65.00

Ordinary Members:

With over 5 (five) years at this Branch and over 70 years of age:

Early Bird Sept. 1/18 to Nov. 30/18….$50.00

December 1/18 to December 31/18…$55.00

January 1/19 to August 31/19…….......$60.00



15 FEBRUARY 2019

As of 15 Feb. we have a total of 645 renewals.

Life…………….     9




Affiliate N/V…….1

End of 2018 year per Dominion our membership renewal was 99.03%

At the Dominion Convention the Life Category has been reinstated.

Membership per capita has not changed.

If you have changed your address, phone number or email address please let us know so we can update your files.

James Cameron

Membership Chairman



If you have changed your address, phone number, email address or any other information could you please submit a change of information form so we can update your records.  You can call the office at 705-324-2613 or mail the information to Royal Canadian Legion, 12 York St. N., Lindsay, Ont., K9V 3Z6 or bring it in to the Office.

Thank you,

James Cameron, Membership Chairman Br. 67 Lindsay, Ont.


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BRANCH 67 DONATIONS – January 1st to December 31st 2018

As you can see this Branch donates a lot of funds to all of these community organizations thousands of dollors each year.

A Place Called Home

Bethel EMMC

Big Brothers and Big Sisters

Boys and Girls Club of Kawartha Lakes

Canada Day Celebrations

Canadian Hearing Society

Canadian Red Cross

Capital Experience Program for Children

Charitable Foundation

Diabetes Canada

District F Hospital Trust Fund

District F Track & Field

Easter Seals

Habitat for Humanity

Heart & Stroke Foundation

HMK Children’s Water Festival

Homeless Veterans

I.E. Weldon graduation

Kawartha Art Gallery

Kawartha Haliburton Children’s Foundation

Kawartha Lakes Food Source

Kids Help Phone

L.C.V.I. graduation

Last Post Fund

Lung Association

March of Dimes

Monarch Bible Camp

Mouth & Foot Painters

Multiple Sclerois

Oldtimer Benefit Hockey

Ontario Horticultural Society

Royal Canadian Army Cadet League #2817

Salvation Army

Santa Claus Parade

Seasonal Sharing gift baskets for veterans

Spina Bifida

St. Thomas Aquinas graduation

Sunnybrook Comfort Fund

Teddy Bear Campaign

The Kidney Foundation

Veterans Voices of Canada

Windsor Classic Games


Presidents Report

                 Presidents Message

                          HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!

    The start of a new year and I wish everyone well. The road ahead of us will no doubt have a few potholes in it, but working together as a team we will overcome all obstacles.

    Being president you run into a lot of different situations, some bad, some you shake your head and wonder where that came from and then the pleasant ones. Like the awesome $5,000.00 donation to the branch from the Ladies Auxiliary and then the $1,500.00 donation from Sir Sam Seniors and all the other smaller but just as significant donations made. As you come into the branch you will see what these donations can do to benefit your surroundings and make your visit a pleasurable one.

   Your executive and all the great volunteers make this branch one of the best in all of Ontario.

Yours in Comradeship

Howie Johnston



Building Chairman Report:

      It is now time to cross your fingers, cross your toes and hope for the best. Our applications for the C.H.E.S.T. Fund and New Horizons will be looked at again and we will find out at later date if we were successful. I’m still waiting on a report from the geologist on our driveway dilemma and I’ll keep you informed as best I can.

      Just so everyone doesn’t go into shock! If we are fortunate to get the funding, your driveway will be closed for a few days. I will be totally ( #$@%&)  if I hear one complaint about it being  fixed..   

      There are a few little projects we would like to see get completed. With all the great volunteers we have I know it will get done. If you have something in mind let Fred or I know.

Yours in Comradeship

Howie Johnston


Ladies’ Auxiliary President’s Message


By the time you receive this newsletter it will be into our new year. I hope that everyone had a wonderful Christmas and a great New Years.

I would like to thank the men of the Branch Executive who served our Christmas Dinner and to President Howie for entertaining us. A big thank you to Bev Johnston for all your continued help during the Poppy week in the kitchen every day. I would like to thank everyone who donated to our food hamper fundraiser, the funds to the Service Dogs for our Veterans with P.T.S.D. Also thank you to everyone who donated and helped out with our Annual Tea & Bazaar.

The winner of the food hamper was Gail Scruton from Beaverton and winner for the early bird membership draw was Jan Patrick.

Ladies Auxiliary zone team darts will be February 2nd 2019 in Lindsay and also we will be hosting two Darts Ontario, February 3rd and March 3rd. We will need volunteers for both of these functions in the kitchen.

Until next time,

Kimberley Junkin, President Ladies Auxiliary Br. 67


On 4 December 2018. From left to right... LA President Kim Junkin presented Glady Ford with her 50 year pin. 1st Vice President Sandra Richardson on the right.


Royal Canadian Legion Colour Party & Sergent-at-Arms

Colour Parties lead Legion Parades, play a prominent role in Remembrance Ceremonies and opening Legion meetings and Conventions

Colour Parties lead Legion Parades, play a prominent role in Remembrance Ceremonies and open Legion meetings and Conventions. ​They command attention and remind us all
​of the Legion’s commitment to Canada's Veterans.

The Royal Canadian Legion has a long history of loyalty and community service, and one of the most visible signs of that is the presence of Colour Parties at most Legion events from the Branch level up to and including Dominion Command.
​Members of the Colour ​Party wear full Legion Dress and carry a set of flags that represent the Legion and the principles on which the Legion is founded.​​


Sergent-at-Arms for Sir Sam Hughes Branch 67 Royal Canadian Legion. Comrade Dave St Denis.


Kitchen Chairman Report

Kitchen Chairman Report:

     First, I would like to THANK all the volunteers for their help over the Holiday season. It sure was a busy time of year! A very, very, special thanks to Joanne for all her great help! Also I would be remised not to mention how much of a help Ron Carter was for his time as our chef during Mike’s absence with cause.

     They say when you retire you should keep yourself busy. Being kitchen chairman, I’ve hit the jackpot! Lol

     On that note it is also my responsibility to make sure we can make a profit but not over price ourselves. So in 2019 we will be going over our prices and along with the executive we will make our decision.

         Hope everyone had a great New Year’s Eve Party and wish you all the best in the New Year!!

Yours in Comradeship

 Bev Johnston


Bar Chairmain’s Report

Bar Chairman’s Report

Our bars for 2018 have, once again, done very well.  This is, in part, a result of the increased bookings in the Vimy Room & Lounge for November & December.

The bar stewards and I would like to wish you all the best in 2019!


Jim Richardson

Bar Chairman