Royal Canadian Legion Branch 94 is inviting veterans to get together Thursday, April 25 at 7 p.m. File photo

Legion encouraging veterans to come together April 25

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 94 invites veterans to get together April 25 at 7 p.m. at the Legion

Have you served with the Canadian Forces? Would you like to get together with your fellow veterans?

If so, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 94 wants to hear from you this week.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 94 is hosting a meeting Thursday, April 25 at 7 p.m. at 262 Kinchant St. to bring together Army, Navy and Air Force veterans who served in the Cold War, Gulf War, Bosnia, Croatia, Afghanistan, as well as veterans who served as Peacekeepers and who served without leaving Canada.

Coffee, tea, water and a light snack will be provided, and the Legion Lounge will be open during this time.

READ MORE: Quesnel Legion supports The Forge’s programs for veterans



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