The Nov. 16 mid-month dinner features three varieties of shepherd’s pie: beef, chicken and vegetable, plus winter coleslaw, corn, rolls and pumpkim squares for dessert. Dinner is $10 per person, served 5-6:30 p.m..
Here’s an afternoon that will benefit your bottom line! Sunday, Nov. 18, 1-3 pm., join us in the club room on the pros and cons of financial decision-making. This is the real deal. There are no hidden sales pitches. Learn about your financial rights!
Wondering whether you should take out a loan to pay down your credit card debt? Should you pay down credit card debt or consolidate your mortgage? Wondering who has first say on your property? Bill Lutton, licensed mortgage agent, registered insolvency counselor and CEO of Credit Support Services, will head the presentation and discussion, assisted by Patti May, also a licensed mortgage agent. This is the whole picture on financial stuff. Come on out for the free afternoon discussion. Compare notes and suggest further discussion topics, 1-3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 17, More sessions are planned!
Homemade Christmas cake is available! Chefs Marilyn Babcock and Brenda Graham have been kneading and mixing for your delight! Hearty, abundant Yule cakes are available for just $12 each (serve 20-24 with comfort!). The cakes are stored in our cooler! Ask the club room bartender, or phone 905.355.5479, to fulfill your order.
December BID euchre tournament will be held Sunday, Dec. 2. Register ($5 per player) by noon for an afternoon of play. Great prizes to be won! A homemade, delicious lunch is available for just $2.
Our annual Silent Auction, always a popular friendly afternoon event. Bid on items starting Thursday, Dec. 29. Then, on Sunday, Dec. 2, drop by and enjoy the wine and cheese reception while you submit final bids on gift items (or self-indulgences). It starts at 1 p.m. with bidding closing at 4 p.m.. Everyone’s welcome! If you’d like to contribute items, please call the Legion at 905.355.5479. Funds raised support our community-wide Christmas Hamper program