(Avalon, NJ)—The Borough of Avalon recognized residents in the community who have volunteered their time and services to enrich the lives of seniors at the Avalon Senior Center on Thursday, November 10th. The Borough also celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Senior Center which was dedicated to Jeannette Glazier upon her retirement 20 years ago.
(Avalon/Stone Harbor, NJ)— The 7 Mile Island communities of Avalon and Stone Harbor held Veterans Day ceremonies on Friday, November 11th. Following the ceremonies, Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi and Stone Harbor Mayor Suzanne Walters were both recognized at American Legion Post #331 for their contributions regarding a recent landscaping and beautification effort on the grounds of the Post.
Thanks for coming! The Post had a wonderful time. Sorry, if you missed it.
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WE did it!
Bayshore Landscaping, Avalon Public Works, our master gardeners- Donna Rothman and Charlene Fox, and our Legion and SAL volunteers made it happen. SAL topped the morning off with a lunch enjoyed by all on September 28.
Thank you for your dedication, hard work, tenacity, design skills, and sense of humor.
Our event was held at Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal, Sunset lounge on September 22, 2016 11am-1pm. It began with a presentation of colors, flag salute, and national anthem by the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May. Invocation and the benediction was done by Rev. Deb Moore, a member of CVAC. A delicious brunch and a remarkable and very moving afternoon were had by all.
On behalf of all the Officers & Members of the American Legion Post 331 and Sons of the American Legion Squadron 331, we offer our sincere gratitude and thanks for your help and volunteering this past Sunday at the Albert J. Carusi Spaghetti Dinner! You made a difference!
Thank you to the Staff of the Yacht Club & the AL/SAL volunteers listed below:
Joe Filachek (Basket of Cheer Coordinator)
The 2016 Pancake Breakfast was a great time. Held Saturday August 14th at Post 331. Fun for all our family and friends!
Pictured: Sons serving left to right are Joe Filachek, Greg Kizeik, Walt Finken
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POST 331 – 2nd Annual Seafood Dinner and Seabiilies Concert
TICKETS – now available for purchase
TIME – Dinner 5:00 – 7:30 Concert 7:45 til ……
DINNER – Includes scallops, shrimp, lobster, deviled crab, clam chowder, corn-on-the-cob, and red potatoes.
Beverage – beer, soda, and water available or BYOB
COST – $30.00
CONCERT – The ‘Seabillies’ will perform outdoors following the dinner. There is no admission charge for the concert. A ‘beer tent’ will be set up outdoors and the upstairs indoor bar will also be available. They are quite popular on the Island.
Contact Carter Winterbottom for tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org