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Branch 251, Chomedey,


2000, boul. Curé-Labelle,
Laval, Qc,
H7T 1L3


(450) 681-6722


December 04, 1963


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The executive committee of Branch 251, Chomedey.
(Updated on: March 7th, 2020)
  • President: Comrade Eric Larsen
  • 1st Vice-president: Comrade Shannon Westlake
  • 2nd Vice-president: Comrade Gary Brown
  • 3rd Vice-president: Comrade Guenter Kalisch
  • Secretary: Comrade Patricia Vézina
  • Treasurer: Comrade Valerie Woods
  • Service Officer: Comrade Christopher Wheatley
  • Poppy Chairperson: Comrade Shannon Westlake
  • Membership Chairperson: Comrade Shannon Westlake
  • Sergent at Arms: Comrade Chuck Washburn
  • Executive: Comrade Renee Lustgarten
  • Executive: Comrade Valerie Madden
  • Trustee Chairperson: Comrade Linda Joosen

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► Our Legion is available to rent for your private party.
  • Front hall (60-70 people)
  • Back hall (100-110 people)
  • Kitchen and bar available
  • Information: (450) 681-6722

► Notre Légion est disponible pour location pour vos réceptions privées.
  • Salle avant (60-70 personnes)
  • Salle arrière (100-110 personnes)
  • Cuisine et bar disponible
  • Information: (450) 681-6722

The Royal Canadian Legion presents Agape with a $1,000 donation for annual Christmas Food Basket Drive

November 16, 2020

Comrade Christopher Wheatley is seen above presenting the donation the an Agape representattive.

"The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 251 has been supporting Agape for many years now and we are so grateful for their support."

"This donation comes in a key time as we suspect that with the COVID-19 pandemic, donations will likely to decrease this year."

Donation to the "Agape Association Inc" from Branch 251

December 15, 2019

Shown in picture; Lt. David Carriere-Acco, Fl. Sgt Alexander Aspiotis, Kevin McCleod, Past President, Comrade Christopher Wheatley, 2nd Vice-President, Comrade Shannon Westlake and Fl. Cpl Andrew Aspiotis.

Agape Association Inc., a non-profit organization in Laval, was presented at Chomedey Branch 251 last general meeting a donation of $1300.00.

Money was raised with the help of the 100th Laval Air Cadets from monthly Saturday breakfasts, with a donation from the Poppy Fund.

CEO Kevin McCleod spoke as to how the money was used for Christmas baskets to help those in need and thanked the members for their support.

Don à "Agape Association Inc" de la Filiale 251

15 décembre 2019

Sur la photo: Lt. David Carriere-Acco, Sgt Alexander Aspiotis, Kevin McCleod, président sortant camarade Christopher Wheatley, 2e vice-présidente camarade Shannon Westlake and Cpl Andrew Aspiotis.

Agape Association Inc., un organisme à but non lucratif à Laval, a reçu lors de la dernière assemblée générale de la Filiale 251, Chomedey un don de $1300.00.

L'argent a été amassé avec l'aide du 100e Corps de Cadets de l'Air de Laval grâce aux petits déjeuners mensuels du samedi et un don du Fonds du Coquelicot.

Le PDG Kevin McCleod a expliqué comment l'argent était utilisé pour les paniers de Noël afin d'aider ceux qui en avaient besoin et a remercié les membres pour leur soutien.

Poppy Fund donation to the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital

September 15, 2019

Branch President, Comrade Eric Larsen, delegates from Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital, Ana Falco & Patricia Piche, and Branch Service Officer, Comrade Roger Nowlan

Members of the Royal Canadian legion, Branch 251, Chomedey made a Poppy donation in the amount of $3,000 to the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital.

The money is to purchase an aquabike, an exercise device that will allow patients to enjoy the benefits of a cardiovascular workout from pedaling on a bicycle while also drawing low-impact benefits from being in the water.

This donation seemed particularly appropriate this year as several members of our Branch found themselves in need and requiring the JRH’s services.

Don du Fonds du Coquelicot à l'Hôpital Juif de Réadaptation

15 septembre 2019

Le camarade Eric Larsen, président de la Filiale, les déléguées de l'Hôpital de Réadaptation Juive, Ana Falco et Patricia Piché, et le camarade Roger Nowlan, officier d’entraide de la Filiale.

Des membres de la Légion royale canadienne, Filiale 251 de Chomedey, ont fait un don du Fonds du Coquelicot de 3 000 $ à l'Hôpital Juif de Réadaptation.

Cet argent est pour l'achat d'un vélo d'aquabike, un appareil d'exercice qui permettra aux patients de profiter des avantages d'un entraînement cardiovasculaire en pédalant à vélo tout en ayant peu d’impact sur les articulations étant donné que les exercices se font dans l’eau.

Ce don semblait particulièrement approprié cette année, car plusieurs membres de notre filiale se sont retrouvés dans le besoin d’utiliser les services de HJR.

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