The Forest Legion is part of the community and we invite you to participate with us!
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58 Albert St., Forest, Ontario N0N 1J0
Our General Meetings is held on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm. except July and August. All members are encouraged to attend.
President: Shirley Spinks
1st Vice President: Stephen Rogers
2nd Vice President: Ken Vanos
Secretary: Debby Fraser
Padre: Rev. Joanne Mclachlan
Sergeant At Arms: Ken Parsons
Past President: Bill Fraser
Veteran Service Officer: Joanne Greaves
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Our Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm. We welcome new members and volunteers. If you are interested in joining or just volunteering occasionally for us at some of the special events, please call president . We cater to many events to support our Branch and Community.
President: Diane Pedden
1st Vice President: Trudy Emmons
2nd Vice President: Charlotte Wilcocks
Past President: Shirley Mann
Secretary: Linda Thibert
Treasurer: Marg Abbey
Sergeant At Arms: Jennifer Davidson
Since 1959, the Forest Legion Pipe Band has maintained an active presence in the town of Forest and surrounding area. Although times have changed, the mandate of this organization has remained constant. The band endeavours to reflect the history of Lambton County in preserving its Scottishheritage.
As a group, it has always been in service not only for the veterans at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 176 but the community as a whole. It participates in local events whenever possible.
The players also act as "goodwill ambassadors" when performing in the United States, thus helping to strengthen the bonds between our two countries.
The pipers and drummers have offered free musical instruction in piping and drumming to people of all ages and many a student has benefited from the programme.
The band exists as a close knit social organization for those who share its goals and previous members that have moved on to other pursuits often drop back to say hello and reminisce.
In 2009, the Forest Legion Pipe Bank celebrated its 50 years of active duty in the community. This is another milestone in the place we call home.