The Lacombe Kinsmen Club will be joining over 6,000 members in 400 clubs nation-wide in celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Kin Canada. (BLACK PRESS file image)

Kin Canada celebrates 100th anniversary in Lacombe

Lacombe Kinsmen Club will be join over 400 clubs nation-wide in celebrating the 100th Anniversary

On Saturday, February 22nd, the Lacombe Kinsmen Club will be joining over 6,000 members in 400 clubs nation-wide in celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Kin Canada, the local club’s governing body.

Established in Hamilton, Ontario by Hal Rogers in February of 1920, the Kinsmen organization is dedicated to serving the community’s greatest needs. Nationally, over $1B has been raised for community initiatives in every province.

A flag-raising ceremony will be held on Saturday, February 22nd at 3:00pm at the Lacombe Legion Branch #79 (5138 49th St.) as part of the nation-wide celebration, followed by fellowship in the Victory Lounge.

The Lacombe Kinsmen Club hosts regular club meetings at Lacombe Legion, and as such enjoy a valuable partnership with the Legion and its members.

The Kin Canada 100th Anniversary flag will fly for a week at the Legion as a reminder of the dedication of the Kinsmen to Lacombe & Area for another century to come.

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