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Meat Draws Cancelled until further notice

Cancelled by Directive from BC Yukon Command:

All meat draws, 50/50 and Legion sports are suspended until the Provincial Health Order is updated.

This applies to all Legions in the BC and Yukon areas.


Donations from Legion#119 to Local Charities

Presentation to Crossroads Hospice November 13 – Presented to Jamie Jeon, Development Officer of Crossroads Hospice

Donation from Poppy fund: $5,000 presented by: Brenda Millar (L) President, and Karen van Gilder (R) Poppy Chair

Presentation to the Share Society and the Port Moody Food Bank on November 13 – Presented to Clare MacLean – Executive Director of Share, and to Christy of Food Bank.

Donation from Poppy fund: $5,000 presented by: Brenda Millar (L) President, and Karen van Gilder (R) Poppy Chair


A third presentation was made this fall – $5,000 to the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation for the Eagle Ridge Manor. No photo was taken.


Christmas Luncheon Dec 18 – reserve now!

A great opportunity to get together with that special friend, or for a small family gathering – to celebrate the season with “all the fixins” – just a week before Christmas Day.


Special Tribute to our Veterans from our Youth

The Port Moody Secondary School’s Red Cross Club has created a thank you video and a poppy photo to express our gratitude to veterans for all that they have done. Since COVID-19 has restricted many Remembrance Day activities, we hope that this video and photo will show that people are still taking the time to remember all that they have sacrificed. We hope that you can share it with local veterans. Club President, Cynthia Li and Co-President, Yingying Fang, as well as our executive team.

Quilts of Valour Presentation – Nov 4

Two beautiful quilts were presented to Paula and Christopher Hawkins on Wednesday, Nov 4th at Legion #119. The Hawkins live on Bowen island and came over for the presentation, with their daughter from Vancouver.  

The quilts are presented through Quilts of Valour, a national organization, which recognizes military service veterans. Recipients are nominated and a presentation is held at a location determined by the recipients – in this case they had heard about our legion and wanted it here – a true honour! 

Quilts are presented when a nomination is received at a time and place agreeable to recipient and the presenter.
The quilts are made by various groups and individuals.

Brenda Millar, Quilts of Valour, Vancouver Representative