AMERICAN LEGION POST #160 (Roanoke)
July 14 – Regular Meeting at 7pm
July 21 – SAL Meeting at 7pm
Friday Luncheon Specials served from 11am to 1pm
July 4 – Post Closed
July 11 – Pork Chop, dressing, green beans
July 18 – Spaghetti, garlic toast, salad
July 25 – Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, corn
KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION INDIANA CHAPTER ONE
The KWVA Chapter One will be taking a bus trip to Washington, D.C. to celebrate the 50th year Anniversary of the truce of the Korean War. The dates are from July 22nd thru July 28th. We will be visiting many patriotic and historical places a well as doing many other fun things. Come and travel with us and join the fun!!! For more information and costs, please contact Marian Wisniewski at 260-432-1106.
AMVET POST 33
KARAOKE AT POST #33
Come on down to the Post on Thursday Nights and sing & dance with J&R Karaoke from 7:30pm to 11:30pm – Eat Coney Dogs for 75 cents.
FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS
Friday night dinners are done till September
AMERICAN LEGION POST 241
FAMILY FESTIVAL – AUGUST 17, 2003 – 12NOON TO 6PM – POST OPEN TO PUBLIC
Titanic Slide, Crab Races, Clowns, Refreshments, Caricatures by Darlene, Children’s Games – Door Prizes, Entertainment: Three Commanders From Indianapolis, Brite Eyes Catering, Chicken & Center Cut Pork Tenderloin, Baked Beans, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw & Roll – Adults $6, Children (12 & under $3).
New Weekly Kitchen Menu Luncheon Specials Served From 11am to 1pm
“Stop in and have one of Becky Gibson’s “Home Cooked” and delicious lunches from 11am to 1:30pm daily Monday through Friday.”
Food every evening: Monday-50-cent draft beer, Tuesday-Sliders, Wednesday-Wings, Thursday-Food Specials to be announced, Friday-Regular
AMERICAN FLAG QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Taken from OUR AMERICAN FLAG – Compliments of State Senator Charles “Bud” Meeks.
Question: I want to display the American flag from my car. How do I do it? What about in a parade or elsewhere?
Answer: The flag should not be draped over the hood, top, sides, or back of a vehicle, railroad train, or boat. When displayed on an automobile, the staff shall be fixed firmly to the chassis or clamped to the right fender.
When carried in a procession or with another flag, our flag should be either on the marching right or in the center in front of the line of other flags. If the flag is to be displayed on a float in a parade, it must be either from a staff or against a wall or in a window.
During the unveiling of a stature or monument, the flag should be a distinctive feature of the ceremony but should never be used as a covering for the statue or monument.
Question: How do I fold my American flag?
Answer: To fold the flag ceremoniously, first fold it lengthwise, with the striped half up over the blue field. Repeat with the blue field on the outside. Beginning at the lower right, make a series of triangular folds till the flag resembles a cocked hat with only the blue field visible.
NOTE: IF ANY UNIT, LEGION, AMVET, BOY SCOUT, GIRL SCOUT, CUB SCOUT, ETC. IS COLLECTING AMERICAN FLAGS AND HOLDING A FLAG DISPOSAL CEREMONY, LET US KNOW AND WE’LL PUBLISH THE DETAILS IN THE WAYNEDALE NEWS.
AMERICAN LEGION ELIGIBILITY DATES:
WW1 4-6-17 to 11-11-18
WW2 12-7-41 to 12-31-46
Korea 6-25-50 to 1-31-55
Vietnam 2-28-61 to 5-7-75
Lebanon/Grenada 8-24-82 to 7-31-84
Panama 12-20-89 to 7-31-84
Desert Storm 8-2-90 to (Close date pending)
“For those who fought for it, freedom has a flavor the protected will never know.”
POST 241 AUX TAPS:
Florence Doty (Post Finance Officer’s Mother)
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