Remembrance Day in Guelph is a significant event in our city’s calendar thanks to the efforts of the Legion. Pre Remembrance Dinner November 10 2011 Head Table Guests Front Row – L to R - Lynn Borthwick (Spouse of Col. Frank Bayne) Legion Zone C2 Commander Lynda Hagedorn, MPP Liz Sandals, Dorothy Durnford lst Vice and […]
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November 9, 2011
Guelph Transit will join the community in honouring veterans on Remembrance Day by bringing all buses to a safe stop at 11 a.m. for two minutes of silence. Riders will also notice hand-drawn Remembrance Day posters on all buses, provided by students from June Avenue Public School and Isaac Brock Public School. In Guelph, the Royal […]
August 17, 2011
Our local Legion branch has yellow lapel ribbons available for a minimum donation of $1. Their goal is to cover Guelph in yellow during August and September to thank our veterans for their dedication to Canada, and welcome them home. You can pick up a yellow ribbon at the Legion’s new home at 57 Watson Parkway South (right […]
June 7, 2011
The 15th annual Decoration Day was held on Sunday at Marymount Cemetery and Woodlawn Memorial Park to recognize veterans and Legion members who had passed away over the last year.
May 31, 2011
The folks at the Legion recently presented Certificates of Appreciation to individuals who had assisted with the Veterans’ Train Ride last year. Really they should be getting the recognition for all they do to support and celebrate our veterans.
July 3, 2010
Several weeks ago, I attended a ceremony at the Legion to recogize the 65th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands by Canadian forces. Recently, I had the pleasure of viewing a new DVD about the special connection between Guelph and the Netherlands during WWII.