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Toledo Legion Br # 47​5

The Country Legion with a Big Heart

WREATHS & CROSSES LAID AT CENOTAPH IN TOLEDO

AT SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE

ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2022

Gov’t of Canada  *   Prov. of Ontario *  Twp. of Elizabethtown-Kitley  *  Royal Canadian Legion

World War I   *   World War II

Hong Kong Veterans- Remembered by McNamee/Ward family

Cambrai 1918 – Remembered by Kylecrest Farm

Korean Veterans U.N. Peacekeepers Air Cadet Squadron 585

Elizabethtown-Kitley Volunteer Fire Dept.  * OPP Brockville Detachment

Kitley Anglican Parish *    St. Andrew’s United Church  * Addison United Church * St. Philip Neri R.C. Church *   C.W.L. St. Philip Neri

Frankville Women’s Institute  *Fidelity Lodge #650 

 Tor-Mac Tree Services *Kitley Grocery  * Sheena’s Hair Salon

Meadowview Public School * St. Joseph R.C. School

Kulp/Aultman Family

In memory of Wilfred & Theresa Letourneau

In memory of Pte. William John Joynt

In memory of Pte. William Dwight Johnston

In memory of Pte. Joseph Jones

In memory of Pte. Edward Hall Bellamy

In memory of Stewart Woodley


Poppy Fund

The two most important events on the Royal Canadian Legion calendar are the Service of Remembrance in November and the Poppy Campaign occurring for two weeks immediately preceding November 11.

The Poppy Campaign of Branch 475 raises money to:

Assist needy ex-service members and their dependent's

Provide bursaries to the children and grandchildren of veterans and

Help to ensure that our young people are kept aware of the sacrifices made by our veterans. 

Monies raised during the Poppy Campaign can also be used to :

a) Su​pport medical training and research, and the provision of community medical appliances which will help in the care of veterans.

b) Fund the purchasing, construction and maintenance of housing and care facilities for elderly disabled persons.

The money raised during the Poppy Campaign is held in the POPPY TRUST FUND is separate from Branch 475 general funds. The money held in the POPPY TRUST FUND can only be used for those purposes stipulated by the Royal Canadian Legion, Dominion Command.

Donations can be made to the POPPY TRUST FUND during the Poppy Campaign or at any time during the year. We are pleased to announce that the POPPY TRUST FUND, BR. 475 has received Charitable Designation Receipts over $10.00 can be issued for Income Tax purposes upon request.

We look forward to your support for this very worthwhile cause. Etransfers can be made to [email protected] or donation checks payable to the POPPY TRUST FUND, BR. 475.

For more information on how you can contribute, please contact Ruth Chapin, Poppy Chairman.

Thank you for your support

Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 475 Toledo

Public Report on Status of Poppy Trust Fund

October 1, 2021 to October 1, 2022


  Approximately one year ago, we were informed that the fiscal year for the Poppy Trust Fund would change from October 1 – September 30 to January 1 -December 31 starting October 1, 2021.

  Recently, I was given the directive to inform the public of the financial status of the Poppy Trust Fund “Prior to commencing the annual Poppy Campaign”. The information was to include finances from October 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022. Being as the Poppy Campaign starts on October 28, 2022 this would be totally impossible.


I have included, herewith, the report from October 1, 2021 to October 1, 2022.

Balance in Br. 475 Poppy Trust Fund as of October 1, 2021: $1441.89

Income from Campaign and all other sources:  $5765.34

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Sub total: $7207.23

Campaign Expenses: $617.99

Donations from Fund: $ 4500.00

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Total expenses and donations: $5117.99

Closing balance as of October 1, 2022: $2089.24

  At year end, ie. after December 31, 2022, I will present an updated report for the Poppy Trust Fund, Branch 475, Toledo.

Ruth S. Chapin                                           

Remembrance Day Past in Pictures

Check out the pictures in the gallery.

Service of Remembrance will be held on Sunday, closest to November 11 at the Cenotaph in Toledo. Legion members and others marching to the Cenotaph should meet at the Legion at approx. 10:30 a.m. Service begins approximately 10:50 am.

Everyone is invited back to the Legion for light refreshments after the service.

Please contact Ruth Chapin or Greg Williams if you need more information.

Read About the Bells of Peace to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 by clicking on the picture

Poster and Literary Winners 2013

Congratulations goes out to the students that advance to the Zone level competition for the Remembrance Day 2012 Poster and Literary Contest. The following were successful in receiving top honours in the Zone competition. They are:

Name School Category           Zone Prize

Bethany DeJong HCCS Intermediate Poetry 1st

Kassidy Gainford Pineview Junior Poetry 1st

Samantha Stevenson HCCS Intermediate B/W 2nd

Sarah Dejong HCCS Intermediate Colour 2nd

John VanDodewaard HCCS Junior Colour 2nd

Kylie Jones St. Joseph's Primary B/W 1st

Katie Wells Pineview Junior B/W 1st

You can view some of their successful pieces in the Photo Gallery

Public Speaking 2013

A special thank you goes out to Lillian McNamee and the Brockville Legion, Br. 96 for permitting the students of St. Joseph's School, Toledo to participate in their annual Legion Public Speaking contest.

Two of the students from St. Joseph's School won prizes in the Primary (Grades 1 - 3) Category.

They are:

Jayden Marshall - 2nd

Trinity Bailey - 3rd

Congratulations to Jayden and Trinity on their success!

Wall Of Remembrance