Agassiz Legion invites veterans to free dinner

April 9, Vimy Day, a celebration of our local veterans

Queen and Country, Friends and family, town and community, for many this is all the same. I have served my Queen and Country, I live for the chance to share the love of family and friends, now I give back to town and community.

On April 9, Vimy Day, we celebrate our Veterans with a dinner. All veterans young and old  from Agassiz, Rosedale and Harrison Hot Springs area are invited. This dinner is a FREE service. We ask only that you R.S.V.P to 604-796-0577.

I re-joined the Legion because in this community they give! Branch 32 of the Royal Canadian Legion is involved. This branch supports ACE, our seniors, Cadets, Agassiz youth soccer, Girl Guides, Boy Scouts, the Fall Fair and the Wounded Warriors.

Gary Enright

Branch 32 The Royal Canadian Legion

 

 

 

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