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Branch 091, Churchill,
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue


Address:

28, rue Ste-Anne,
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC,
H9X 1L3

Telephone:

(514) 457-9332

Fax:

(514) 457-9332

Founded:

March 31, 1943

District:

06-Lakeshore West

Email:

rcl91@videotron.ca

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The executive committee of Branch 091, Churchill.
(Updated on: December 12, 2021)

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  • President: Comrade Comrade Rick Cartmel
  • Past-President: Comrade Comrade Jim Nairn
  • 1st Vice-president: Comrade Brian Davidson
  • 2nd Vice-president: Comrade Steuart Levell
  • Secretary: Vacant
  • Treasurer: Vacant
  • Service Officer: Comrade James Nairn
  • Poppy Chairman: Comrade Kelly Burke
  • Membership Chairman: Comrade Steuart Levell
  • 1st Executive (Mess): Comrade Linda Pidgeon
  • 2nd Executive (Entertainment): Comrade Lisa Crawford
  • 3rd Executive (House and Grounds): Comrade Mike Blakey
  • Chairman: Vacant
  • Special Projects: Comrade Jim Killin
  • Veteran's Projects: Comrade Richard Gratton
  • Sergeant-at-Arms: Comrade Bob Price


A Legion truly serving Veterans

June 6, 2022

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Ste Anne's Legion at 28 Ste Anne de Bellevue is located on the Lake Shore with a wonderful view of the Lake.

Forty percent of the executive are Veterans and keeping this legion for veterans as well as taking care of the elderly who support veterans.

I would like as President at this time to invite you and your family to come down and see this friendly place where all are welcome.

You can sit by the lake enjoy a BBQ on a Sunday or picnic with your family and friends.

On Canada Day we will be having a short ceremony in regard to this great country that we are fortunate to live in. Hamburgers are available and hot dogs will be served to everyone who wishes, starting around 1100 hrs. At 1200 hrs we will fire a cannon and raise the flag with pipers playing and many veterans participating.

Really looking forward to seeing you all and I hope you will pass this on to your friends and especially to other veterans.

Regards!

Rick Cartmel CD, UE
President




The man I knew

November 7, 2021

Kevin McCready was not only a brave individual as a Police Officer but also was a committed Legion member who not only served as Ste Anne-de Bellevue Branch President for many years but also was District Commander of District 6 for many years as well.


He also served as a member of the Board of Directors of a veterans housing complex and was known to visited the Veterans at the Ste Anne's Veteran Hospital as a volunteer regularly.

When it came time in November and June for ceremonies at the Field of Honour, Kevin would organise the Cadets to place flags on all the veterans head stones every year.


Dedication to veterans and the Legion were clearly in his heart. He is certainly missed by all at Churchill Branch 91 RCL.

The read a letter from a fellow police officer that served with him for many years, click here.




Catching up at Branch 091

November 7, 2021

Due to the Covid virus many things you know were put on hold. During our remembrance service on Nov 7th we at the legion did two important catch up items.

The plaque was presented by (from right to left) Captain M. Karpyszyn,
to Brian Davidson - President of Churchill Branch 091,
also presented by Mcpl Dave Desjean and Captain Rene Proulx,
of 3rd Field Engineer Regiment.

The legion, Branch 091 accepted the RCE plaque made by SGT Major Walter Leja (Rocky) who died in Ste Anne's Veterans Hospital in 1992 after 29 years since the bomb blast ruined his life.




To commemorate the passing of their Branch President, Branch 091 proceeded in the unveiling of a memorial table in the presence of his family.

Kevin was inspirational in keeping Branch 091 an active and successful Legion Branch.




Operation Rudolf

January 5, 2021

In the picture is Comrade Jean-Guy Hayes, Treasurer Jim Nairn and President Wolf Schmitz outside our Branch where the deer have gathered.

Even during the holiday shut down of many Legions, during this virus period, Ste Anne’s Legion, Branch 091 was able to make wooden Reindeer for the Village of Ste Anne De Bellevue and many others who wanted a Rudolf.

Over $2000 was raised by the members in this effort.




2020 Poppy Campaign at Branch 091

November, 2020

Out front of the Branch distributing poppies is President Wolf Schmitz, Comrade Rick Cartmel and Comrade Stewart Levell.

The virus shutdown of Ste Anne’s Branch 091 caused us to distribute Poppies outside, since the Branch was closed.

The weather held out and the campaign went well.


CBC television showed up and interviewed our WWII Veteran, 95-year-old Joe Maxwell.

Over $400 was made that day for the Poppy campaign.




Happy Birthday Sapper - Branch 091

September 13, 2020

In the picture from left to right: Branch President, comrade Wolf Schmitz, comrade Rick Cartmel and Piper Sylvain Jette join to celebrate, with comrade Bill Ludlow."

Comrade Bill Ludlow, a resident at St Anne's de Bellevue Veterans Hospital, who on June 6th 1944, was demining on Juno Beach that historic day, celebrated his 100th Birthday at Branch 091 Churchill, in Ste Anne de Bellevue..

CHIMO!




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