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Branch 176, 58 Albert St., Forest, Ontario  N0N 1J0

NLHS Grade 11 and 12 students 2017 trip to the UK and France. Where, with the help of a donation of $500 from our branch they were able to visit various war memorials including VIMY.


Community

Forest Legion Br. 176 hosts a senior's luncheon on the second Wednesday of the month. Please call the branch for more details.

Photos from a recent meeting with the NLSS students travelling to Vimy in July. Branch 176 President Paul Hopper and PRO Stephen Rogers presented a hat to Dave McLean from the Legion.

The Forest Legion is part of the community and assists in many ways.

  • We support minor sports, seniors activities, community projects and especially veterans and their spouses
  • We have hospital equipment to lend out at no charge
  • Our building is available to rent for weddings, anniversaries, birthday parties and other events
  • Our youth education program is meant to educate students on the importance of Remembrance Day with the Poster, Poem & Essay Contests.  Additionally, our Public Speaking Contest helps students prepare for their future.
  • We also offer bursaries.  Please contact the legion if you are interested. ​

DID YOU KNOW?
Forest Legion Br. 176 lends out medical mobility aids to the general public free of charge on an emergency or temporary basis.
Just home from the hospital and require a wheel chair or a 4 wheel walker rollator temporarily to get around? Do you need crutches or a cane? Are you in need of bathroom assist safety devices such as grab bars, bathtub chairs or raised toilet seats? We are here to help. Just call the branch and let us know your needs and we will try and accommodate you
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High School Graduate Community Awards



Recent donation from Legion Command of $7000 to the Forest North Lampton Lodge for the purchase of a Nurses Aid lift assist.

2016 Silver Stick Opening Ceremonies

Presentation from the Forest Legion to the North Lambton Community Health Centre of a cheque for $6,500.00 to assist in the purchase of a Transducer for use with the Ultra Sound Equipment at the centre.

Left to right – President Bill Fraser, President Ladies Auxiliary Shirley Mann, Poppy Committee Chairman Stewart Burberry, NLCH Board Chairman Mac Redmond, and NLCH Board senior administrator Cathy Bresett