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
American Legion Post #331 (Stone Harbor/Avalon) won the 2015 Americanism Award from the New Jersey State American Legion during a presentation made at the Wildwoods Convention Center on Thursday, June 11th.
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Monthly members meeting. Remember, the S.A.L. is always looking for new members. Stop by the post to pick up your application. This site will soon have it available to print.
Agenda For Wed 10 Sep 2014 @ 7:00 pm
2. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Membership Updates
5. Review 8/13/14 meeting minutes
6. Treasury Report
7. Discuss Seafood Fest and Pancake Breakfast
8. SAL Upcoming Dates for membership:
– womens auxiliary spaghetti dinner on 9/21,
-run for the fallen,
-chicken BBQ on 10/11
-Veterans Day Ceremony on 11/11
9. Open discussion
10. Next Meeting 10/8/14
11. Adjourn 8:00 pm
12. Refreshments in the Mole Hole
Seafood Dinner and Seabillies concert
Saturday August 16, 2014 — The S.A.L. held their first annual seafood dinner. For just $30 per ticket attendees enjoyed Crab Cakes, clam chowder, potatoes, corn and a seafood shish-kabob consisting of shrimp, scallop, and lobster. All cooked to order. On top of all of that, those dining enjoyed free beverages — including beer.
At the end of the night the main event took stage. Local act, The Seabillies, performed for the crowd. They performed hits from all the rock and roll eras. The party really started when they began to play.
For this who did not attend dinner the concert was open to them as well as the free beverages — for a small donation at the bar.
Jitneys were made available to get all guests to and from the post.
Tom McCullough announced he would be stepping down as Advisor to S.A.L. 331
Tom was instrumental in getting the Post to charter the “Sons of The American Legion”. Through his patient mentoring of the original charter members he subtly molded them into the successful squadron it is today. The Post has been extremely pleased with all the assistance our squadron has provide and confidently looks forward to an expanded effort on our behave. We are who we are today because of Tom McCullough’s belief in our united abilities. Though he will be sorely missed he is being replaced by Post Adjutant Vicki Lachman, who is more than capable of guiding our squadron to the next level. Tom will continue to co-chair the Fall BBQ which is slated to be held on October 11, 2014. The Squadron will have 140 tickets available for sale.
Tom was presented a gift for his years of service.
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