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Note from the Commander

Just a short note For January

Well 2020 is here. I hope that the holidays met everyone’s expectations and that everyone got through them unscathed.

Upcoming events are:

·         New Year’s Eve Party – December 31.  Starts at 6 pm.

           Buy tickets from the bartender for $10.

·         Post Meeting on Monday January 6th at 7 pm.  

Home Association on Monday January 13th (Veterans Only).

·         Debbie, our manager, has events planned throughout the month. Please take a moment to read the newsletter and put the calendar on your refrigerator for reference.

The Post will be closed on Wednesday January 1st (New Year’s Day).

Of course our kitchen will be open on Tuesdays for our weekly Wing Night and Fridays throughout the month for our weekly Fish Fry.

Any concerns you may have as to whether the Post is closed, Bingo cancelled or the kitchen not opened, please call the post at 412-653-1555 to verify. With bad weather approaching I am not putting our employees or members at risk by keeping the Post open. I will try to keep lines of communication open as I will be asking Thad to keep our status updated online.

This Day in History:

January 27, 1967 - Tragedy strikes the Apollo space program as a fire in the command module kills astronauts Lt. Col. Virgil “Gus” Grissom, Lt. Col. Edward H. White, and Lt. Cdr. Roger Chafee.

January 28, 1986 - U.S. space shuttle Challenger explodes 72 seconds after liftoff, killing the seven crew members. Among the crew was school teacher Christa McAuliffe.

Respectfully submitted,

Lee Phillips

Commander

American Legion Post 712

                    

 

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