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April 2010 - alpost162.org
THE AMERICAN LEGION
LOFLEY HINSON POST 162
820 S.E. 8th Avenue
Deerfield Beach, Florida 33441-5610
954-421-6097
www.dfbpost162.org
The Reveille
Non-Profit ORGANIZATION
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
Boca Raton, FL
PERMIT No. 1866
The Reveille is an
American Legion Publication
Published Bi-Monthly
DATED MATERIAL
PLEASE RUSH!!!!!!
MEETINGS FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH/APRIL 2010
Executive Meeting
1st Tuesday
March 2nd
April 6th
General Meeting
2rd Tuesday
March 9th
April 13th
Auxiliary Executive Meeting
3rd Tuesday
March 16th
April 20th
rd
General Meeting
3 Tuesday
March 16th
April 20th
SAL
Regular Meeting
Last Tuesday March 30th
April 27th
Legion
Or Current Resident
7:00
7:00
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6:30
6:30
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COMMANDER’S MESSAGE
Greetings,
AMERICAN LEGION OFFICERS
Commander
Eddie Cruz
1st Vice Commander
2nd Vice Commander
3rd Vice Commander
Adjutant
Financial Officer
Chaplain
Historian
Sergeant-At-Arms
Service Officer
754-224-1711
Office 954-421-6053
561-213-5831
954-562-5654
Mike Gagliardi
Bob Woods
Norman Monaco
Ray Gonzalez
Mason Smith
Al Dutton
Virgil Hoebelheinrich
Vito Rao
561-495-6316
561-859-3824
954-415-0444
954-649-2614
954-826-0076
561-451-8772
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Jack Murphy
Rod Retallick
Don Hennessey
Dave Reaves
EDITOR
Maureen Costello
Home: 954-429-9226
Cell: 954-415-1849
E-Mail: [email protected]
AUXILIARY OFFICERS
President
Maureen Costello
1st Vice President
Pearl McIntyre
2nd Vice President
Diane Hoebelheinrich
Secretary
Jean Martin
Treasurer
Elaine Kledzik
Chaplain
Marianne Hannigan
Sergeant-At-Arms
Kathy Louderback
Asst. Sgt.-At-Arms
Historian
Anne Hines
Executive Committee: Maryanne Sarner
Barbara Janots
Toni Soles
954-429-9226
954-232-3978
954-826-0076
954-803-2928
954-612-1998
954-481-9192
954-480-9696
561-620-9995
954-429-0185
954-426-2276
954-234-3747
SONS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
Commander
1st Vice Commander
2nd Vice Commander
Finance Officer
Adjutant
Sergeant-At-Arms
Historian
Jerry Mann
Jeff Cline
Ray Cardillo
Jerry Mann
Tim Figuroa
John Lefkowitz
954-856-6062
561-394-6750
954-943-3211
954-856-6062
954-421-6053
954-421-6053
As we head toward the spring and many of our members from the North begin to make preparations to return home, there have been a lot of
questions as to the future of our Post. Many of you are wondering if I will be running for the position of Commander again this coming year.
Let me answer that early on in this message. No, I do not intend to run again this year. The decision to not run I made with mixed emotions,
the position of Commander is a very important position not just a title. When I first took over as Commander, our Post was in trouble and
therefore it required my undivided attention. After two years, we are back on solid ground thanks to the executive board which you elected
and all the volunteers that gave their time, talents, resources, and money to bring the Post to where it is today. Now it is time that I turn some
of my attention to my family and my home. I will be here to support our new Commander and intend to remain fully committed to the Post.
I have searched long and hard for the right person to lead this Post. The search has not been an easy one. I finally was able to convince the
person who is perfect for our Post. I plan to nominate, endorse, and fully support Mike Gagliardi for our next Commander. Mike has twice
taken the financial reins of the post and put us back in the black. He is dedicated, reliable, and selfless. His honesty and integrity are beyond
reproach. When I was uncertain on any given issue, Mike was the first person I turned to for advice. Whether or not it was what I wanted to
hear, I followed Mike’s advice to the letter.
During my tenure as Commander there were a lot of tough decisions that had to be made - some were not so popular and some I reversed myself, but all were made in the best interest of the Post. I sincerely hope that you all feel that I have served you well. Maybe in the future I will
once again with your support run for Commander. In some way you all have made an impression on my life. We have agreed, disagreed,
laughed, and cried together - it is what makes us a family.
This of course is not my last Commander’s message however I wanted to let everyone know what my intentions are. In my next and final
message, I will bid you all farewell as Commander and hello as a member.
Heriberto (Eddie) Cruz
Commander
For God and Country
SAL COMMANDER
Dear Members:
THIS ARTICLE IS ALL ABOUT ONE MAN AND THE WONDERFUL GENEROSITY OF MANY. THE MAN
IS RAY CARDILLO, S.A.L. MEMBER OF OUR GREAT POST. THE GENEROSITY IS OUR MEMBERS,
THOSE WHO GAVE FROM THE HEART AND GAVE OF THEIR TIME. I WANT TO THANK THE OFFICERS OF THE POST, AND THE LADIES WHO WENT DOOR TO DOOR COLLECTING WELL OVER A
HUNDRED GIFTS FOR THE RAFFLE. SPECIAL THANKS TO PAT & DAVE HARRIS WHO HELPED
MAKE OUR SPECIAL DAY A HAPPENING. THANKS TO ALL THAT PURCHASED RAFFLE TICKETS.
THANKS TO ALL THE WONDERFUL PEOPLE THAT MADE THE CHILI COOK-OFF A TRUE SUCCESS.
IT ALL HAPPENED ON SUPERBOWL SUNDAY AND BECAUSE OF THE GREAT EFFORT OF THESE
TRULY DEVOTED PEOPLE, WE WERE ABLE TO GIVE RAY CARDILLO A CHECK FOR OVER $4,100.00!
THIS WILL HELP HIM WIN HIS BATTLE WITH CANCER.
I CANNOT BEGIN TO TELL YOU HOW PROUD I AM OF OUR MEMBERS WHEN IT COMES TO HELPING A SISTER OR A BROTHER. BEING A MEMBER OF THE S.A.L. FOR OVER TWENTY TWO YEARS, I
HAVE SEEN OUR MEMBERS TIME AND TIME AGAIN COME TO THE AID OF THEIR FELLOW MAN.
AS S.A.L. COMMANDER, I THANK ALL OF YOU FOR BEING THERE WHEN NEEDED, AND AGAIN, I
AM SO VERY PROUD OF BEING A MEMBER OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 162.
As Always,
It’s A Privilege,
Jerry Mann, S.A.L. Commander
NOTICE TO ALL MEMBERS
If you haven’t paid your 2009—2010 Membership Dues by now, you are delinquent. Your key card will not work anymore.
Check your Membership Card, if it doesn’t say “2010” you are late.
Check your Key Card—only the green cards will work. Remember, this year’s dues are now late, and they will need to be paid before the
new year which starts in July. You will then have to pay both years in order to keep your continuous membership.
If you are delinquent, please pay your dues now and you will receive your new key card and membership card.
ANY QUESTIONS ON MEMBERSHIP CARDS OR KEY CARDS: LEGIONNAIRES: SEE MARY BULLARD OR NORMAN
MONACO.
AUXILIARY MEMBERS: SEE PEARL MC INTYRE
S.A.L. MEMBERS:
SEE JERRY MANN
CHAPLAIN’S CORNER
I am saddened to tell you that Bill Baird has passed away, on January 16th. “Tile Billy”, as he was known, and I
used to take the train the Miami VA Hospital together; sometimes we would stop at “Manny’s”, a little Cuban coffee shop. No one spoke English, but the beer was cold. I don’t know how he found it but hope he finds another on
this trip to take its place. Rest In Peace. We have also learned of the passing of John E. Shaw and Julius Toker.
On a happier note, Ralph Picariello of “City Pub” has come thru his triple bypass with flying colors. He is still a
little weak but that’s understandable. He faces more surgery when he is feeling stronger. Keep smiling, Ralph!
And how great it is to see “Pearl Harbor” Ed Hammond back at the Post after his recent illness.
I am sorry if I have left anyone out, but to avoid any omissions in the future, please call me with any information
you have on sickness and health. My cell phone number is 954-415-0444. If you know of any of our “family” who
has fallen ill, you can always leave the information in the Chaplain’s box by the front door.
For God and Country,
Mason Smith, Chaplain
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS
BOOSTERS
NEXT BLOOD DRIVE
AND AUXILIARY BAKE SALE
SATURDAY, MARCH 13TH
10 am to 3 pm
BUILDING BOOSTERS
Edward & Margaret Hammond 1/10
Diane Hinson Mittl
5/10
Ray Blanchette 11/10
Marion Broadhead (In Memory of Walter K Broadhead) 9/10
Shelley & Ed Natuck (in memory of Jay Barber) 3/10
Bonnie Hinson
6/10
Val Dudziak
9/10
Ed Lamb (In Memory of “Doc” Ryan)
1/11
Anna Foster
3/10
Elsie Saunders 5/10
Val Dudziak & Patty Gates 7/10
Mary Bullard
9/10
Sandra Anderson 3/10
CSR Heavy Construction, Inc. 3/10
Judy Yancey (in memory of Jay Barber) 3/10
Robert Demer
4/10
Lorraine Courtemanche (In Memory of Bob Courtemanche) 5/10 Mike Burton
6/10
Caroline Siravo
12/10
Linda & Dave Reaves
7/10
Sons of the American Legion Squadron #162 1/11
Trudy & Frank Block
1/11
January Blood Drive: 26 Donors, 21 Pints Collected
WE ARE STILL THE BIGGEST BLOOD DONORS IN THE STATE
REVIELLE BOOSTERS
Marion Broadhead 9/10
Susan McCauley 4/11
Sons of the American Legion Squadron #162
Barbara Janots 3/11
For information on the Blood Drive, please visit our Website www.dfbpost162.org
1/11
Sandra Anderson
3/10
Carolyn Siravo
12/10
Ed Lamb (In Memory of “Doc” Ryan)
Bonnie Hinson 3/11
1/11
Ann Newman
4/10
Val Dudziak
9/10
Sam Kazazian 3/11
Mike Burton 3/11
Be A Booster
AND REMEMBER THE AUXILIARY BAKE SALE WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE SAME DAY BEGINNING AT 11 AM
AUXILIARY MEMBERS: PLEASE HAVE YOUR BAKED GOODS TO THE POST BY 11 AM. BAKE EARLY & OFTEN!!
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Become either a Building Fund Booster or a Revielle Booster. We will, in each issue of the Revielle, publish the names of the
“Boosters”. Donations of $25 and up will entitle you to be a “Building Fund Booster” (and these donations are on an annual
basis); a donation of $5 (per name), $10 for two names, will make you a “Revielle Booster”. Send your check (made payable
to American Legion Post 162) to the Editor: Maureen Costello
Every little bit helps!
1464 SE 7th Street
Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
Every donation counts!
OUR FUNDRAISER, FOR ONE OF OUR “AMERICAN LEGION FAMILY MEMBERS” WHICH WAS HELD ON SUPERBOWL
SUNDAY, WAS A GREAT SUCCESS DUE IN A VERY LARGE PART TO OUR LOCAL MERCHANTS WHO CONTRIBUTED TO
THE GIGANTIC RAFFLE OF 116 PRIZES. FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THOSE LOCAL MERCHANTS WHO DONATED GIFTS
AND/OR GIFT CERTIFICATES TO OUR RAFFLE. PLEASE VISIT THESE MERCHANTS, SUPPORT THEM, AND WHEN YOU
DO, PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO TELL THEM THAT YOU ARE FROM THE POST 162 FAMILY, AND YOU APPRECIATE
THEIR SUPPORT:
---Editor
OCEANS 234 RESTAURANT, DEERFIELD BEACH
CLINICAL NUTRITION, BILL LONGSTRETH, DC, PALM PLAZA S/C
CJ’S DRAFT HOUSE , DEERFIELD BEACH
MUDDY WATERS, DEERFIELD BEACH
AMERICAN LEGION POST 142, POMPANO BEACH
WALGREEN’S, DEERFIELD BEACH
CRYSTAL LAKE COUNTRY CLUB
VALUE GOLF, DEERFIELD BEACH
SUPER CUTS, POMPANO BEACH
VOGUE HAIR DESIGN (SHIRLEY)
PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA, DEERFIELD BEACH
DANDEE DONUT, DEERFIELD BEACH
CLAMSTER’S BAR & GRILL , DEERFIELD BEACH
SIMONIZ CAR WASH, LIGHTHOUSE POINT
WINN DIXIE, RIVERTOWN SQUARE S/C
INTERNATIONAL GEMS & JEWELS, PALM PLAZA S/C
JOSEPH’S ITALIAN PASTRY SHOP, D.B.
OASIS NAILS & SPA, LIGHTHOUSE POINT
NAN’S HIDEAWAY
OLGA SALON, PALM PLAZA S/C
EF TIRE & AUTO, POMPANO BEACH
LOU’S HAIRCUTTING, PALM PLAZA S/C
DEERFIELD COUNTRY CLUB
WANFU RESTAURANT, POMPANO BEACH
OLYMPIC FLAME DINER, DEERFIELD BEACH
ROTELLI RESTAURANT, POMPANO BEACH
LENNY’S SUB SHOP, DEERFIELD BEACH
SULLIVAN’S IRISH PUB, LIGHTHOUSE POINT
LOWE’S, POMPANO BEACH
DIAMOND STRIKE LANES, POMPANO BEACH
ARMEN’S FOUR STAR AUTO SALES, DEERFIELD
NICK’S PIZZA, DEERFIELD BEACH
FIREWATER, DEERFIELD BEACH
HOME DEPOT, DEERFIELD BEACH
ACADEMY TROPHIES, DEERFIELD BEACH
THE HAIR STUDIO, POMPANO BEACH
101 LIQUORS, DEERFIELD BEACH
STAPLES, LIGHTHOUSE POINT
PALM BREEZE CHARTERS, BOCA RATON
ALEXANDRA’S BASKETS, DEERFIELD BEACH
WAHOO’S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, LHP
CHINA GOURMET RESTAURANT, DEERFIELD BEACH
JB’S ON THE BEACH, DEERFIELD BEACH
WALMART, COPANS ROAD, POMPANO BEACH
AVON PRODUCTS, ROBIN ZIVANOVICH
PUBLIX, LIGHTHOUSE POINT
DUFFY’S, DEERFIELD BEACH
BUDWEISER BEERS
JAYNO’S BAR PIZZA, N. LAUDERDALE
AMERICAN LEGION POST 162
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS
AND TO ALL OF OUR INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS WHO DONATED GIFTS. WE THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!
PATRIOT PLAZA
BIRTHDAYS
MARCH
2nd
3rd
5th
11th
15th
17th
19th
20th
23rd
25th
27th
28th
29th
30th
Jerry Potts
Bill Birmingham
Austin Kelly
Laurie Viola
Betty Mancini
American Legion 1918
Katie Branton
John (Curly) King
Dottie Fraser
Harry P. Minett
Thomas Hussey
Beverly Fahlquist
Bob Fahndrich
Marilyn Bobo
Jack “Chicago” Doyle
Sam Comfort
Robert Grevett
Harry I. Mordkoff
APRIL
3rd
6th
8th
10th
13th
16th
17th
18th
19th
29th
30th
Anne Wood
Steve Loring
Eleanor A. Patti
Terry Fitzsimons
Robert Assantes
J.C. Cardillo
Gordon “Spanky” Spane
Charlie Hannan
John Savko
Roz Bouley
J.D. Harryman
Mike McGeachy
Danny Camilli
Dolores Lytle
BELATED BIRTHDAY
Dec. 25th Mary Lou Derian
Memorial bricks are still available at our beautiful Patriot
Plaza, the entrance way to Post
162. Purchase a brick to engrave
in honor or in memory of someone who is serving or has served
in the American Armed Forces.
Each brick features up to three
lines of test with up to 15 characters per line (this includes spaces
and punctuation). Premium
placement is $125.00. Standard
placement is $75.00.
NOTICE
A Nominating Committee will be
Selected and installed at the April
General Meeting. Nomination Forms
will be available at the Post
Elections will be held on June 8th,
2010.
Anyone wishing to run for an office, see
any member of the Nominating
Committee, and fill out a Nomination
Form.
EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 6:30 PM
(Dinners will be served upstairs)
AND EVERY SUNDAY AT 4:30 PM
(Hot Dogs, Pizza, Snacks available)
JOIN US FOR
―ATTIC BINGO‖
(BINGO UPSTAIRS)
FRIENDLIEST
BINGO IN TOWN
COME UPSTAIRS AND YOU WILL RECEIVE:
ONE FREE CARD FOR THE FIRST GAME
Free Drawing for Bingo Book — next visit
**PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT**
**All New Games**
**Bring a New Player and you both
Receive a free game**
BARTENDER ON DUTY
COME UPSTAIRS AND PLAY BINGO
WITH US!!
SONS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
THE MARDI GRAS CASINO
($11.00)
YOUR DAY INCLUDES
BUS TRANSPORTATION—$10.00 IN SLOT PLAY.
$7.50 FOOD VOUCHER
ST. PATRICK’S DAY
HELP—HELP
WE NEED COUPONS
ALL MANUFACTURER’S COUPONS
FROM THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPER
(OR ANY SOURCE) DROP THEM
OFF IN THE RED WHITE & BLUE
BOX IN THE LOUNGE
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS TO SAVE
THEM, TOO !
WE SEND THEM TO THE MILITARY
FAMILIES STATIONED OVERSEAS
FOR USE IN THE COMMISSARIES.
ALSO
WE ARE STARTING A
“COUPON CLIPPING BEE”
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING FROM
10 AM—2 PM
COME AND JOIN US
IF YOU HAVE SOME FREE TIME
WE WOULD LOVE YOU TO JOIN US
TALK TO MARY BULLARD
NOTE: FOR THOSE WHO WILL BE GOING FOR THE FIRST TIME, WE WILL NEED A COPY OF YOUR
DRIVER’S LICENSE OR PASSPORT. WITH THAT, MARDI GRAS WILL ISSUE YOU A “PLAYER’S
CARD” AND PLAYER’S CARD NUMBER. IF YOU DECIDE TO GO AGAIN, YOU WILL SIMPLE USE
YOUR PLAYER’S CARD NUMBER, ID WILL NOT BE NECESSARY. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS,
PLEASE CALL JERRY MANN (954) 856-6062…..
MARCH 17TH
PARTY ALL DAY
CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE DINNERS
STARTING AT NOON
DINNER
$8.00
SANDWICHES $6.00
GREEN BEER
MUSIC
PLEASE NOTE: THE ABOVE PRICE OF $11.00 IS FOR GROUPS ONLY. MARDI GRAS CASINO IS
ALWAYS FREE FOR THOSE WHO PREFER NOT TO GO ON THE BUS WITH THE GROUP, BUT
WOULD RATHER FURNISH THEIR OWN TRANSPORTATION AND GO ON THEIR OWN. THEY WILL
NOT RECEIVE THE $10.00 IN SLOT PLAY, OR THE *7.50 FOOD VOUCHER. AGAIN, THIS IF FOR
GROUPS ONLY.
FUTURE DATES:
MONDAY, MARCH 8TH, 2010
MONDAY, APRIL 5TH, 2010
MONDAY, MAY 10TH, 2010
BUSES LEAVE POST 162 PARKING LOT AT 10:00 AM SHARP
UNIT PRESIDENT REPORT
I am usually not this lengthy in my message but we have a lot to talk about:
AMERICAN LEGION POST 162
RESTAURANT MENU
WHAT HAVE WE DONE??
To start, we had a joint meeting back in January, when Jerry Mann told us about an SAL member who was in need. We kicked
into gear and suggested that the Chili Cookoff, already scheduled for Superbowl Sunday would be an ideal time to have a
fundraiser. At the meeting, it was suggested that we buy a big screen TV to raffle at Superbowl Sunday. But Anne Wood got
hold of me the next day and said, why do we have to spend this money — let’s get donations. She, Al Dutton (who said this is
not his thing, he doesn’t like to ask for donations) and I, got into gear. The end result was: 116 raffle gifts, and a great fundraiser for one of our own — one of our “family”. And if that’s not what are about, then what?? You will see, in this Revielle,
a list of the merchants that donated. I ask you to please support them and thank them!! However, I have to thank all of our
members who donated their own gifts to make this the wonderful event that it was. I am just disappointed that there are some
people who wait until everyone else does the work, and then they step forward to take all the credit. But I guess that’s life!
WHAT ARE WE DOING??
Auxiliary Lunch — We are committed to doing an Auxiliary Lunch EVERY Saturday. We have a Waitress who is committed to dressing up in a “getup” each Saturday that has a different theme. We have expanded our menu to include “Specials”
each week — and we have added French Fries, which many of you have asked for, to our every Saturday Menu. Come on out
and try our Menu — and support your Auxiliary Saturday Lunch.
We are still collecting manufacturer’s coupons which we send to the Commissarys for our Military families. We so far have
sent over $400,000 in coupons and are still going. Al Dutton is the spearhead of this project for us, with his helpers, Mary
Bullard, Anne Wood, Paula, and so many others. We are trying to set up a Tuesday morning coupon clipping brigade, from
10:00 am - 2:00 pm to come to the Post and clip and sort coupons. Interested?? Call Mary at 954-421-6053, or just come.
We are still collecting cell phones, and all the accessories to donate to “Cells for Soldiers” which gives our deployed Military
personnel cell phone minutes, and we are still collecting “goodies” to send to our deployed troops. Please help!!
We still support our Deerfield Beach Outpatient Clinic; and we have sent lap robes to our only VA Nursing Home in Broward
County — Sandy Nininger VA Nursing Home, Pembroke Pines. And have delivered books there, thank you, Mason!!
We have selected our three (3) delegates to Girls State, and (3) alternates, and they will be going to Tallahassee in July for their
Girls’ State Session. We had nine applicants, all great, what a hard choice we had to make. Thank you Pearl McIntyre, and
Anne Wood for being there and being on the committee to choose our candidates. We wish them well.
Our Bingo (joint with the Legion) is doing well. We had a Bingo Committee meeting with Norma, Angie, Jan, Barry, Anne,
Virgil, Diane, and myself and have made some changes that we think will be better for the project. We are sending out flyers
to the local Condos, and public places to try to increase the people that come, in an effort to make it better. If you can, as a
member, why don’t you come out and support our Bingo, every Wednesday at 6:30 pm, and every Sunday at 4:30 pm. It is a
fun Bingo, the friendliest Bingo in Deerfield, and you will be supporting both your Auxiliary and your Post!!
UPCOMING EVENTS:
Initiation of new members conducted by the 9th District Staff will be held at our April meeting. If you are a new member, or
even a member who has never been initiated, please come and take part in the initiation ceremony.
We will be having our election of officers for the coming year at our May meeting. I encourage our members to take a more
active role in our Unit by stepping up and taking an office, or chair a committee, or at the very least, attend the meetings, (it’s
only once a month, and usually less than an hour), support your unit, have your voice heard at the meeting, not in the lounge.
We have to stop and ask ourselves why we became a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. I know, in my case, it is because I believe in what the organization stands for — we are a veteran’s organization, here to help the veterans, their families,
the young men and women who are serving today, and giving up their normal life for our freedom. And to keep this Unit
strong and able to do what we do, we all have to take part in it; we are here to continue to make this Post the best it can possibly be.
Yours in Service,
Maureen Costello, President
COMING SOON — AN ALL NEW MENU!!!
LUNCH MENU
SOUP OF THE DAY (ALWAYS HOMEMADE)
CUP 2.00 OR BOWL 3.00
8 OZ HAMBURGER $6.00
FRENCH DIP $7.00
PHILLY CHEESESTEAK $7.00
TURKEY OR ROAST BEEF CLUB $7.50
PASTA MARINARA $6.00
JUMBO HOT DOG $4.00
GRILLED MAHI $6.75
TUNA FISH SANDWICH $6.00
CHEF OR TUNA SALAD $6.75
8 OZ CHEESESBURGER $7.00
HOT GRILLED ROAST BEEF $7.00
CHICKEN PHILLY $7.00
OPEN FACED TURKEY OR BEEF $6.75
GRILLED CHEESE $4.00
GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST $6.00
BLT $5.50
CHICKEN SALAD $6.00
MINI BURGER PLATTER $6.50
HOT CORNED BEEF $6.50
(All Sandwiches are served with a choice of Fries, Onion Rings, Potato Salad or Cole Slaw)
SIDES: FRENCH FRIES $3.00, ONION RINGS $3.50, HOUSE SALAD $3.50
In addition to the above, we have daily LUNCH SPECIALS!!!
DINNER MENU
(ALL DINNERS INCLUDE CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD, WITH DINNER ROLLS)
MONDAY – CHICKEN NIGHT (CHEFS COICE OF VARIOUS CHICKEN DISHES)
TUESDAY – RIBS AND PORK NIGHT (CHEFS COICE OF CHOPS, CENTER CUT OR TENDERLOIN)
WEDNESDAY- BEEF OR LIVER CHOICES BY CHEF
THURSDAY – ITALIAN NIGHT (PASTA DISHES, CHICKEN PARM, EGGPLANT PARM, VEAL PARM)
FRIDAY – PRIME RIB NIGHT OR FISH AND CHIPS AND OTHER FISH DISHES
SATURDAY- STEAK NIGHT – VARIOUS CHOICES, TOO MUCH TO LIST!!!
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE EXPANDED OUR MENU.
WE NOW HAVE BEEF, CHICKEN, PASTA AND FISH DISHES DAILY
IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE.
PLEASE STOP BY AND VISIT US FOR THE ENTIRE MENU!!!
SATURDAY AUXILARY LUNCH 11:30 – 2:30
Burgers, Hot Dogs, Chili Dogs, Sausage Pepper & Onion Hoagies Meat Ball Parm, Sausage Parm
And look for the weekly specials
SUNDAY COMMANDERS BREAKFAST 9:00 AM UNTIL NOON
EGGS, PANCAKES, WAFFLES, OMELETTES WITH BACON OR SAUSAGE, ALL FOR ONLY $5.50
Restaurant Hours: Lunch Weekdays from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM and Dinner Mon – Sat: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Please talk to us about Holiday Catering or our Hall Rental
Tell your friends!!! Call 954-421-6053
All Menu Items Subject to Change Without Notice
***WELCOME TO OUR NEW CHEF CARL***
MARCH 2010
UPCOMING EVENTS
Sun
ALWAYS CHECK THE BULLETIN BOARD FOR THE LATEST INFO ON UPCOMING EVENTS.
Mon
Tue
1
AUXILIARY LUNCH EVERY SATURDAY FROM 11:30 TIL 2:30 PM. BURGERS, HOT DOGS, CHILI DOGS, SAUSAGE, PEPPER
AND ONION HOAGIES, MEATBALL SUBS AND SAUSAGE SUBS. ALWAYS A SIDE OF POTATO SALAD, CHIPS, ETC.
QUEEN OF HEARTS DRAWING EVERY SAT. 4 PM (TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED BY 3:30 PM)
COMMANDER’S BREAKFAST EVERY SUNDAY, 9:00 AM UNTIL NOON. EGGS, PANCAKES, WAFFLES, OMELETTES WITH
BACON OR SAUSAGE, ALL FOR ONLY $5.50.
BINGO EVERY SUNDAY AT 4:30 PM AND EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 6:30 PM; PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT, FOOD AND
DRINKS AVAILABLE. FREE TICKET TO ALL PLAYERS ON FIRST GAME, FREE TICKET FOR BINGO BOOK DRAWING.
BRING A NEW PLAYER AND YOU BOTH GET A FREE GAME.
7
BINGO
4:30 PM
14
BINGO
4:30 PM
ST. PATRICK’S DAY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17TH. PARTY ALL DAY. CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE STARTING AT 12
NOON, GREEN BEER, MUSIC.
21
EASTER SUNDAY DINNER, APRIL 4TH. YOUR CHOICE OF HAM, LAMB, OR TURKEY DINNER, WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS, SOUP AND SALAD, COFFEE AND DESSERT. $15 PER PERSON. RESERVATIONS ONLY FOR UPSTAIRS. SEATINGS AT 2:00 PM, 4:00 PM, 6:00 PM. MUST RESERVE BY MARCH 20TH, AND PAY IN ADVANCE. DOWNSTAIRS
RESTAURANT WILL BE OPEN.
15
Breakfast
DINNERS WILL BE SERVED IN THE UPSTAIRS DINING ROOM ON FRIDAY EVENINGS (WITH MUSIC) AND SATURDAY
EVENINGS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS WILL CONTINUE SUBJECT TO DEMAND.
SADIE HAWKIN’S DAY, MARCH 27TH, BEGINNING AT 5 PM. PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUME. (GUYS: THAT’S THE DAY
THE GALS DO ALL THE ASKING!!!!!!!)
8
Breakfast
22
3
Legion Executive Committee
7:00 pm
BINGO
6:30 PM
9 Legion
10
General Meeting 7:00 pm
BINGO
6:30 PM
16 Aux Exec.
17
18
ST. PATRICK’S
DAY
D.A.V.
MEETING
7:00 pm
24
25
23
4
29
Breakfast
30
5
MUSIC
11
12
MUSIC
19
BINGO
4:30 PM
26
MUSIC
Mon
EASTER
5 PM TO 7 PM
OPEN JUKE BOX
7 PM ENTERTAINMENT
POST 162
Girl-asks-boy
EASTER DINNER
CALLING ALL DAISY MAES AND ALL LI’L ABNERS
WEAR YOUR BEST DOGPATCH OUTFIT
WHERE THE “DAISYS” ASK THE “ABNERS” TO DANCE
TWA — the woman asks
WPA — women pay all
LAMB
HAM OR TURKEY DINNER
WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS
SOUP AND SALAD, COFFEE AND DESSERT
$15.00 PER PERSON
SEATINGS AT 2 PM, 4 PM, 6 PM UPSTAIRS
PAID RESERVATIONS ONLY
CUTOFF IS MARCH 20TH
TWIRP — the woman is required to pay
PRIZES FOR THE BEST COSTUMES
5
BINGO
4:30 PM
11
12
Breakfast
BINGO
4:30 PM
18
Tue
Wed
19
6
7
Legion Executive Committee
7:00 pm
BINGO
6:30 PM
Thu
Fri
2
27 AUX. LUNCH
11:30—2:30
SADIE HAWKINS DAY
MUSIC
Sat
3
AUX. LUNCH
11:30—2:30
MUSIC
BINGO
4:30 PM
9
MUSIC
15
16
BINGO
6:30 PM
D.A.V.
MEETING
7:00 pm
ROY
MICHAELS
REVUE 8 PM
20
21
22
23
BINGO
6:30 PM
26
10
AUX. LUNCH
11:30—2:30
MUSIC
14
BINGO
4:30 PM
25
8
13
Legion
General Meeting 7:00 pm
Breakfast
Breakfast
Open Seating Downstairs
20
AUX. LUNCH
11:30—2:30
MUSIC
MUSIC
4 Breakfast
EASTER
AT
13
BLOOD DRIVE
AUX. BAKE
SALE
MUSIC
BINGO
6:30 PM
1
MARCH 27TH
6
AUX. LUNCH
11:30—2:30
MUSIC
APRIL 2010
INTERESTED IN FORMING A MIXED BOWLING LEAGUE? CONTACT NORMAN MONACO 561-495-6316.
CELEBRATE
MUSIC
Sat
31
S.A.L.
MEETING
7 PM
APRIL 16TH (FRIDAY) — ROY MICHAELS REVUE. $10 COVER CHARGE, ADVANCE RESERVATIONS. (TABLES OF 6 OR
MORE MUST PAY IN ADVANCE). DINNER 5 PM—8 PM. SHOW STARTS 8 PM.
SATURDAY
Fri
BINGO
6:30 PM
BINGO
4:30 PM
28
Thu
2
Meeting 6:30 pm
Aux Gen.
Mtg 7:00 pm
Breakfast
Wed
27
28
S.A.L.
MEETING
7 PM
BINGO
6:30 PM
24
AUX. LUNCH
11:30—2:30
MUSIC
MUSIC
29
17
AUX. LUNCH
11:30—2:30
MUSIC
30
MUSIC

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