SONS OF THE LEGION SQUADRON 255
FROM THE COMMANDER'S DESK
Big reminder for next year – Sunday, Feb 17, 2019 will be the 9th Annual Chili CookOff.
As usual this will be on the 3-day President’s weekend with Monday a Holiday. We are looking for local business and corporate sponsors to make this a bigger and better fundraising event. Please contact our SAL Commander with your Ideas!
Reminder - Next Sons of American Legion Meeting on Wednesday, January 2.
Always on the First Wednesday of the month at 4:30 pm. Come on down. Bring your ideas for the Next Chili CookOff in February.
Have you read the brochure “Sons of the American Legion – Why I Belong” and understand how we support “Our Country”, “Our Family”, and “Our Veterans”.
Dues for 2019 – Membership Cards for 2019 are available if you haven’t gotten it yet. Ask at the Bar or your S.A.L. officers. Don’t forget to update your email address on the membership form.
SAL MEMBERS SCOTT EMERSON AND RICK PICHE
COOKED BREAKFAST FOR THE KID’S CHRISTMAS PARTY
(See more Christmas Party pictures on this web site in the "Photo Gallery")
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