• 2015 Branch 238
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  • 2015 Craft Sale
  • Turkey Day September 2015

Welcome to Branch 238!

The Fenelon Falls Legion, Branch 238, is located in Fenelon Falls, the Jewel of the Kawarthas. It was established in 1932, and has been a centre-point of the community ever since.

Today, membership in the Branch is over 500. The primary mission of the Legion is to serve veterans and their dependents, promote Remembrance and act in the service of Canada and its communities. But it does not stop there.

We at Fenelon Falls Branch 238 are a proud fun loving group. If you are looking for a place to go to socialize, and be part of community outreach service, you found it. Although our prime concern is the veterans that have given so much for us, all Legions reach out to their communities at all levels of need and ours is no exception. We donate thousands of dollars every year to all age levels and needs and interests.

As a member you can, if so inclined, be part of various events to raise monies for these services or just come and join in with our many fun focused activities. We have something going almost every day. For some time now it has been the policy of all Royal Canadian Legions to encourage ALL individuals to join whether there is an armed service background or not. So you are welcome to step up and join us.

If you want to meet us first, we have many public functions that welcome everyone to participate, after which you can decide if our Branch is where you can see yourself and family joining in. I encourage you to drop by to say hello, check out what we are up to and join in as my special guest.

Fred Walker,  Past President

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The latest issue of the Branch newsletter is now available.
(Please note that the last issue published was Sept. 2016)

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About Us

Canada’s Largest Veterans Organization Established in 1926, the Legion is the largest Veterans service organization in Canada with more than 320,000 members. Its mission is to serve all Veterans including serving Canadian Forces and Royal Canadian Mounted Police members, and their families, to promote Remembrance and to serve our communities

Our History

Our History By the end of World War I, there were a total of 15 veterans’ groups and a number of regimental associations representing former service members in Canada. Despite their common goal – to help returned servicemen in need – their efforts were fragmented and largely unsuccessful. In 1925,

Our Fundraising Efforts

The Legion in the Community Although the Legion was founded to advance the cause of veterans, its grass-roots structure led naturally to community service. The “Foster Fathers Program”, founded in the 1940s to help boys who had lost fathers in the war, stirred the imaginations of members who recognized the

Membership

Membership The Legion is a non-profit, self sustained organization with approximately 1,500 branches in Canada, the United States and Europe with over 340,000 members. As well as community service, comradeship, sports and social activities, Legion members receive Legion Magazine, one of Canada’s largest paid-circulation periodicals, devoted to veterans and seniors