Legion zone commander coming to Masset

  • Sep. 19, 2005 8:00 p.m.

Submitted by Shirley Kricheldorf for the legion–Northwest Zone Commander Brian Kirkaldy will be visiting the islands next week and will be at the September general meeting of the Masset Legion Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m. This is the first scheduled general meeting since June and we hope as many members as possible can make it out to the meeting to meet the zone commander and make him feel welcomed to our branch. If you would like to become a member of the legion fill out your application now so it can be presented at that meeting.
We are continuing steak nights as long as we have the 30 to 40 regulars coming out. We might change up occasionally with a pasta night, or lasagna night, just for a change of pace. Next steak night is tomorrow night, Sept 23rd.
The dart league is starting up soon. The organizers are in the planning stages now and they have said it looks like we may have twelve teams this year!
Pool league will likely be Monday nights. Call Marian Haywood 626-3735 if you are interested in helping getting this league off the ground.
The 2006 membership cards are in. The Early Bird Campaign runs until November30. Membership is $40, a savings of $5 off the regular dues. The dues
for those joining from now until the end of the year are one-third (1/3) the regular price, $15.
See you at the branch.

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