Terrace legion hosts several events

Upcoming: Veterans' Dinner, St. Patrick's Day, Auxiliary Pie Sale, steak dinner

THE MONTHLY Veterans’ Dinner will be held on March 15 at 5:30 p.m. – it’s always on the third Thursday of the month.

Lots of time and effort goes into the dinner so all veterans are urged to mark their calendars and participate.

Join us at the Legion on March 17 to honour the Irish (and Saskatchewan Roughrider fans everywhere). Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Go Green!

On March 24, from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., is the Branch Ladies’ Auxiliary Homemade Pie Sale! Assorted flavours. $6 / pie.

Arrive early for the best selection – it always is a sell out.

The Branch will be holding a Garage Sale on June 16.  Call the Branch for details.

We continue with our weekly meat draws on Saturdays from 4-6 p.m.

And our first-Friday-of-the-month steak suppers, with all the trimmings, continue to draw rave reviews and attendances.

Our supper for March was sold out.

Arrive early next month to ensure your seat and supper, which starts at 5 p.m.

Please note that there will be a steak supper on Friday April 6 (Good Friday).

The Legion will be closed Easter Monday (April 9).

Members and bonafide guests are always welcome at the Branch located, appropriately enough, on Legion Avenue, just off Lakelse Ave.

See you at the Branch.

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