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Enderby Legion

Legion picture Greetings from Branch 98 of the Royal Canadian Legion, Enderby. We hope you find our website about our Branch and surrounding area informative and helpful. For those planning a visit we have included useful links for area activities, other Legion links, Chamber of Commerce, City of Enderby under the Links Tab.

We invite all Legion members and their guests to drop in to our branch when visiting Enderby.

Join us for our social events and "Meet The Locals" and assist us in maintaining our charitable donation base.


Allow us to entertain you in the "Biggest Little City" in the North Okanagan. Branch 98, "Over 80 years of Service" to Our Community.
Our lounge has many amenities. Besides a great, friendly staff we have a computer (wireless available - bring your laptop) online for members and guests to enjoy "surfing the net" setting up and/or checking e-mail, a large 60" flat big screen tv, Keno, (NOW SELF SERVE IS AVAILABLE) Pull Tabs and we do have a pool room & shuffle board also with a 25" tv and Keno tv. Be sure to check out our Events Tab for times on our special events and activities such as drop in crib, darts, pool shuffleboard and other activities at our branch.

If you have any comments or suggestions for our website e-mail me at
David Adams - Webmaster

Enderby Legion The Branch 98 Charter was issued on April 12, 1928 and was know as the Canadian Legion of the British Empire Service League, Enderby Branch 98. The branch became The Royal Canadian Legion in 1959 by Command of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II . The meetings were originally held in the building now owned by the Beebee family. The charter members were: Malcolm C. Cowper, Edward C.J.L. Kenniker, Allan F. Livingstone, Clement F.E. Bigge, Arthur O. Blackburn, Henry R. Coell, Alfred D. Glen, Isaac J.W. Gold, David Jones, Henry A. Preston, William T. Panton, Jerer M.Smith, Arthur P. Williams, John G. Smith and Edwin A. Webb

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