On the 5th of January we hosted our first luncheon at a new location that we will be using for 2016,  264 Kensington Legion.

The luncheon was a success 32 members attended it was a full sit-down luncheon . The menu was great with aproximately four choices, the food was great.

The 50/50 was won by Doug & Marilyn Bedford, and the ladies QOR broach was won by Ken & Erica Moynahan.

 

The next 50/50 will be held on the 1st of March, and door prize will be one set of cuff links and a tie tac.

 

Our next luncheon is on the 2nd of Feb at the same location, there will be no 50/50 at this luncheon.

 

Thank you everyone for attending, and a big thank you goes to Arlene, Louise and Gil for setting up the luncheon’s with 264 Legion.

​We celebrated our 155th anniversary on the 24th of April at the Carriage House Inn, we had 55 people in attendance and everyone had a great time and the food was great as usual and kudos to Arlene & Jeannie for a job well done.

Today’s luncheon meeting was attended by 18 people including our Lt Governor Don Ethel and his lovely wife Linda.

The food was great and everyone had a good time.

Our next meeting will be the 24th of April for the 155th anniversary diner at the Carriage House Inn on MacLeod Trail

Time 1100–1200 – Meet and Greet,
1200 – 1215 Opening remarks and
1230 – 1430 Buffet Lunch

​Lets have a great turn out.​

Everyone had a great time and the food was great, unfortunately Clay and Louise could not attend due to Clay’s illness, and our LT Governor is in the Hospital as well for back surgery.  

the Association would like to pass on a big thank you to Arlene and Jean for a job well done in setting up the Christmas dinner, the food was great and everyone had an excellent time. Bravo Ladies!

Click on PHOTOS to see all of the Christmas Dinner pictures

Graham Humphrey has recently posted an interesting article about the Queen’s Own Rifles – Dress and Insignia of Other Ranks during the Second World War.

Illustrated with photos from the era as well as images of articles of dress from the authors collection, this detailed exposition about that era is a good read indeed.

Read the article by clicking here.