Bulletin - Bordentown Elks

THE CHRONICLE
Greetings to our Membership:
Happy 2015, seems like the last year just flew by. 2014 was a great year for
our Lodge thanks to all of our committees that worked so hard to make all of
our events a success. From our charities to our entertaining events, all of
your hard work has been appreciated.
Last month our Christmas Tree sale was a success. Thanks to all who
braved the cold weather to work this event and thanks to all who came out
to support their efforts. Bobby Swanson came through once again this year
with the WAM’s poinsettia sale. The Entertainment Committee held a memorable Christmas Party that was enjoyed by all that attended.
The Special Children’s and YAC Committees held the Annual Christmas
parties for the children, thanks to all who help make a child smile.
Veteran’s Committee packaged much needed supplies to our service people and Toys for Tots was
once again sponsored. Thank You all.
We were indeed extremely busy last month.
The YAC also held a Hoop Shoot in December. A special thanks to Valerie Heinz who set up both the
Soccer Shoot and the Hoop Shoot. She came forward and ran both events, which involves the youth in
our community. Because of the success of events like these, our community can experience first hand
what the Elks here in Bordentown are all about. Valerie, it is my honor to name you Elk of the month.
Finally, even though the weather outside is frightful, we still need our members to support out sandwich
Nights and all of our other events.
Fraternally Yours,
Cary F. Crivelli
WHOSE MOTTO IS: “Together We Can Accomplish Great Things.”
VOLUME 11 ISSUE 10
JANUARY 2015
Special Points of Interest
 Audio/Video Com. (Pg. 3)
 Chaplain Sickness &
Distress (Pg. 2)
 Committee Chairpersons
(Pg. 14)
 Convention Corner (Pg. 6)
 Credentials (Pg. 2)  ELK of the Month (Pg. 7)
 Elks Nat. Found. (Pg. 7)
 That’s Entertainment - C&W
Dance/Karaoke/Special
Events (Pg. 3 & 7)
 House Com. (Pg. 4)
 Membership/Retention
(Pg.5 & 6)
 Monthly Event Calendar
(Pg. 15)
 Movie Knight (Pg. 14)
 PER Assoc (Pg. 2)
 Public Relations Com.
(Pg. 5)
 Sandwich Night Menus
(Pg. 14)
 Scholarship (Pg. 4)  Secretary Notes (Pg. 2)
 Special Children’s Com.
(Pg. 5)
 Trustees Corner (Pg. 2)
2014- 2015 OFFICERS
 Veteran’s Field (Pg. 5)
EXALTED RULER
Cary Crivelli
298 - 5542
 Women’s Aux. (Pg. 4)
LEADING KNIGHT
Phil Tyler
215 - 601– 1440
 Ways & Means (Pg. 6)
LOYAL KNIGHT
Carmen Adonizio
954 - 7439
 YAC (Pg. 3)
SPECIAL AFFAIRS 
UPCOMING LODGE &
ENTERTAINMENT
COM.(Pg. 7)
LECTURING KNIGHT
Pete DeLucia
529 - 9795
ESQUIRE
Heather Cheesman
298 - 7828

CONVENTION NEWS
(Pg. 6)
CHAPLAIN
Edward G. Taddei
724 - 9489

CONVENTION STEAK
DINNER (Pg. 9)
INNER GUARD
Phil Horner
234 - 0631

CONV. STEAK DINNER
DATES (Pg. 9)
TILER
Jim Sharpe
947 - 4560

JERRY BLAVAT (Pg. 10)

SUPER BOWL PARTY
(Pg. 8)

SUPER BOWL BINGO
(Pg. 8)
SECRETARY
Ellen Weckenbrock
298 - 5939
TREASURER
Karl Swanson (PER)
332 - 9052
TRUSTEE (5 YEAR)
Lou Gamba, PDD
638 - 8966

PER DINNER (Pg. 9)

QUARTERMANIA (Pg. 9)
TRUSTEE (4 YEAR)
W. David Rooney (PER)
610 - 2358

PHAZE BAND (Pg. 8)

CHILI COOK-OFF (Pg. 8)
TRUSTEE (3 YEAR)
C.K. Lippincott
658 - 6063

BLOOD DRIVE (Pg. 10)
TRUSTEE (2 YEAR)
Bill Johnson
712 - 5955
TRUSTEE (1 YEAR)
Tom Pitcherello
462 - 3758
JUSTICE OF SUBORDINATE
FORUM
Mickey DeSantis (PER)
298 - 9181
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TRUSTEES’ CORNER
SECRETARY’S CORNER
Hope all had a Merry Christmas and I wish you all a
Happy and Healthy New year.
Watch your mail over the next 6 weeks for your
2015 dues notice.
Fraternally,
Ellen Weckenbrock
TRUSTEE FUNDRAISER
AC Bus Trip January 17th, 2015 Leave Lodge @
4pm going to Tropicana
See George Grondski 802-8812
Fraternally, Tom Pitcherello, Chairman
P.E.R. ASSOCIATION
Next Meeting,
JANUARY 28, 2015
4th Wednesday of every month.
CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE
THE KITCHEN is open on Sundays
for football,
Reminder from the Leading Knight- Members
must have their membership card to enter the
club. If you do not have it, you must sign the
book.
A guest may come with a member. That guest
must sign the book also. The guest may stay
as long as the member is there. But once the
member leaves, the guest must leave also. Thank you for your cooperation in the
lodge rules.
Phil Tyler, Leading Knight
CHAPLAIN’S PEW
MEMBERS ON SICK LIST
LEN ERHLICH, PER, TROY JENKINS, ROBERT O’DWYER,
Heavenly Father, we ask that you grant these special people a speedy recovery and a future full of
good health. Amen.
DEPARTED MEMBERS
JOSEPH H. WARREN, ARTHUR WAYNE BENNETT, ROBERT ROAN
May Almighty God grant our brothers the rewards of good life and offer comfort and solace to
their bereaved families. Amen.
PLEASE, if you know of anyone who is sick, hospitalized or has passed away,
notify Chaplain Edward Taddei (609) 724– 9489 or [email protected] It is important to us that we
show respect to our Members at all times, most importantly in death. As we no longer call their
names on the Roll, let us honor them one last time!
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YOUTH ACTIVITIES
On December 21st, we held our YAC Children’s Christmas party at the Lodge and as usual it was well attended by the children and grandchildren (and possibly some great grandchildren). Thanks to Don Wirth and Ellen Weckenbrock and all who helped make this event its usual success. Also, during the month of
December, we held the Hoop Shoot contest at Carslake Community Center on the 7th. We had 16
participants which I consider a great turnout since this was put together in about 2 weeks time. As with the Soccer Shoot, thanks go to Valerie Hines for getting these 2 events done. On January 25th our Lodge will have
one girl representing us at the State Soccer Shoot in Manasquan. Also in January, on the 10th, each of our
Hoop Shoot 1st place winners will participate in the SW District Hoop Shoot Contest at Edgewater Park. We
will have 3 boys and 3 girls representing us in each of the 3 age categories. Good luck to both the Soccer
and Hoop Shoot participants. Our Student of the month program is beginning and our Lodge (not ENF)
scholarship program has begun getting information ready for distribution early this month. As with other
committees in the Lodge, we are always looking for new members to come up with new ideas for fundraising
and giving back to the youth of our community. We meet on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM and
all are welcome.
Fraternally,
Lou Gamba, PDD
THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT
OFFICERS: – Chair Walt Papp
Co Chair Sue Crivelli
Secretary Patti Dixon
Liaison Treasurer Donna Papp
Entertainment meetings are held the second Monday of every month at 7:30 PM
This Month’s Events
th
Saturday, January 10 – The Phaze Band in the UBR 8:30-12:30 – no cover for members
Saturday, January 24th – Karaoke with Mark and Karen
Upcoming Events
Saturday, February 14th – DJ Rob
Saturday, February 28th – Karaoke with Mark and Karen
Wednesday February 25th – Sandwich Night, menu tbd
Audio/Video Committee
We hope that you have enjoyed the new TV’s during the football season. We were able to show 6 games at once, this was
quite an improvement to our Bar.
The committee continues to make improvements to our audio and video equipment in the lodge. The Bingo committee recently funded the purchase of an amplifier and wireless mic system to use during our lodge meetings so everyone can hear
the committee reports. This system can also be used for various functions in the lodge, anyone wishing to use this system,
please see me.
Our next goal is to install an outside surveillance system; this will help to control any wrong doings in our parking lot when
we rent the hall as well as to ensure the safety of our members and bartenders when leaving the building. Once the committee comes up with a plan we will meet with the trustees for final approval. Anyone wishing to make a donation please
see our treasurer Karl Swanson.
Our next meeting is Tuesday January 6th at 7:30 pm
Respectfully,
Chairman Mickey DeSantis, PER
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Women’s Auxiliary
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas with good food, and quality time with family and friends.
The Auxiliary celebrated at our annual Christmas party, which was organized by Patti. The room was festive, the food was
delicious and the company superb. A special Thanks goes out to Cary for stopping by to recognize the Auxiliary’s contributions and to the lodge for the donation of wine.
Patti and Rosemary will be cooking for our Pasta dinner sandwich night on January 28th. Please come out and support the
auxiliary and enjoy a delicious dinner.
Jerry Blavat tickets are on sale NOW. Don’t miss the “Geator with the Heater” on Friday, February 6th and enjoy a night of
great oldies and dancing. (See ad in bulletin for more info.)
Attention Auxiliary Members
Linda D’Amico is leading the 2015-2016 Officer Nomination Committee. If you are interested in running for office please
reach out to Linda by January 13th. Nominations will be reviewed in the January meeting with elections held in February.
Our next Executive Board Meeting is January 7th and the General Meeting is January 14th. Hope to see you there.
Wishing you all a very Happy and Healthy 2015!
Donna Papp
President
Upcoming Events
Sandwich Night – Wednesday, January 28th
Jerry Blavat 50s Dance – Friday, February 6th
Meeting Reminder
Board Meetings are the first Wednesday – 7:30pm in the Card Room
General Meetings are the second Wednesday - 7:30pm in the Mirror Room
If you know of an Auxiliary member who is sick, hospitalized, or has recently passed away, please notify Chaplin Nancy Debnarik.
WOMEN’S AUXILIARY OFFICERS 2014 - 2015
PRESIDENT DONNA PAPP
324 - 9501
CHAPLAIN NANCY DEBNARIK
298 - 1421
VICE PRESIDENT CHARLOTTE ELMER
585 - 0146
PARLIAMENTARIAN LINDA D’AMICO
584 - 8803
SECRETARY ROSEMARY BECKER
915 - 6754
TRUSTEE ( 3 YEAR) CAROL ADONIZIO
954 - 7439
TREASURER PATTI DeSANTIS
298 - 9181
TRUSTEE (2 YEAR) DONNA GRONDSKI
890 - 8178
CONDUCTRESS JOANNE JACKMAN
586 - 1620
TRUSTEE (1 YEAR) MARYLOU NOBLE
298 - 3775
SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarship Announcements Pending
HOUSE COMMITTEE DEN
For hall usage contact Tony Dilemme
609-280-1320
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SPECIAL CHILDREN’S VENUE
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VETERAN’S FIELD
We meet 4th MONDAY of every month, at 7:00 PM
The Membership Committee would like to wish
all members and their families a Happy and
Healthy Holiday Season.
We would love to see half of our 870 members
bring in a new member, this would certainly help
relieve the monetary pressure our lodge is experiencing.
Some Elks become inactive and are dropped
from the rolls for lack of dues payment. Normal
reinstatement cost is $30 plus prorated dues and
no back dues is charged. In January and
February 2015, the reinstatement cost is $1 plus
prorated dues. If you know of any inactive members, please inform them of this option to rejoin
in January and February.
Thank you
Sincerely,
The Membership Committee
PUBLIC RELATIONS
Please forward announcements, flyers, and news ar cles for Lodge upcoming events to a commi ee member or to our email account. Be sure to indicate if the event is open to the public. The sooner we can promote your event, the be er the chances of greater a endance adding to our success. In addi on, forward follow-up commentary indica ng the results of your event and the approximate a endance. Photos must be submi ed in high resolu on for the papers to print them. Danielle Messineo (the newest member of the Public Rela ons commi ee) and myself will work with each commi ee to help promote your events to the community and exhibit our spirit of Elkdom. We are providing wonderful services for the community, let’s be sure our neighbors know about these events. Danielle Messineo can be reached at (908)227-7344and Chuck Betros at (609)890-0955. Public Rela ons email is [email protected] Fraternally, Chuck Betros
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
From
Americanism/
Veterans
Committee
Thank you
for all your
support.
It is very
much
appreciated.
Fraternally
yours,
Jim Sharpe
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Audio/Video
The committee is looking for an expert in Video Security Systems to help
out with the purchase and installation
of a Surveillance System for the lodge.
Anyone who is interested please call
Mickey DeSantis 609 234 2353.
Thank you.
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MEMBERSHIP RETENTION COMMITTEE
Chairman George Grondski, PER
Co-Chairman Jack Becker, PER
Committee Members: Lou Gamba, PDD, Robert Pecht, PER, Ellen Weckenbrock, Heather
Cheesman
Upcoming Dates for Initiation:
March 16, 2014 - Lodge Meeting
Fraternally
George Grondski, PER
WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE
Chairman-Mickey DeSantis Co-Chair-Sue Crivelli
Secretary-Terri Jewell
Treasurer-Karl Swanson
Cook Book
Elks Cookbook Down to the last 40, call and reserve one today!!!
Need a gift for Christmas, birthday, shower, anniversary, or need to add a little something to your
gift, why not give an Elks Cookbook. Only $15.00,
pick up the phone today and call Patti DeSantis
609 298 9181 to place your order. Cookbook is
made up of over 140 recipes from Elk members,
families and friends. Buy One Today!!! Hurry, only
so many left
Christmas Tree and Flower Sale
Many Thanks to those who purchased Christmas
Flowers and/or Christmas trees. Special thanks to
Bob Swanson and his committee for handling the
flower sale and Patti Dixon and her committee for
their long cold hours selling trees.
We are in the process of recruiting new members
to join our team to help with some new fundraisers, we meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month, our
next meeting is January 8th at 7:30 pm
From all of us at the WAM committee we would like
to wish you a healthy and happy New year!
All ways and Means money goes directly to the
general fund to help with the lodge’s operating expenses.
Thank you,
Mickey
CONVENTION NEWS
First I would like to thank everyone for your continued support at sandwich nights, steak dinners and
our raffles. By doing so you not only help keep our
cost down for your convention but you also reap the
benefits.
The winners of our PC/TV raffle were :
PC was Al Lobato and the TV was Walt
Papp. Again thank you to all who supported the
fundraiser. The committee profited roughly $1100.
Our next fundraiser will be chances on winning
$1,000. Only 300 tickets will be sold. Sales will begin
in January. Drawing will be at the next steak dinner.
Wishing everyone a happy and safe New Year.
Ellen Weckenbrock, Chair
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UPCOMING LODGE EVENTS 2014
JANUARY
10TH PHAZE BAND
18TH CHILI COOK-OFF
24TH PER DINNER
FEBRUARY
MARCH
1st SUPER BOWL PARTY
1st SUPER BOWL BINGO
6TH JERRY BLAVAT
16TH INTIATION OF NEXT CLASS
14TH WEDDINGS & RENEWALS OF
VOWS
20TH CONVENTION STEAK DINNER
Elks National Foundation
VALENTINE DAY WEDDINGS & RENEWAL OF VOWS
WHEN:
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH, 2015
WHERE:
BORDENTOWN ELKS LODGE, 9 AMBOY ROAD, BORDENTOWN
TIME:
NOON UNTIL 6:00 P.M.
HEATHER CHEESMAN, OFFICIATING
Please contact Patti Dixon (609) 273-7641 or [email protected] for scheduling
Minimal Donation Contribution of $50.00 Benefiting the Elks National Foundation (payable to the B.P.O.E. 2085)
Fraternally,
Heather Cheesman, Chairperson
ELK OF THE MONTH
APRIL
2014 - JIM SHARPE
OCTOBER
MAY
2014 - DON WIRTH
NOVEMBER 2014 - TOM KELLY, PER
JUNE
2014 - JOHN JARZYK
DECEMBER 2014 - DAN PERRATA
JULY
2014 - RUTH ANN HENSLEY
JANUARY
AUGUST
2014 - GARY WHEELLOCK
FEBRUARY 2015 -
SEPTEMBER 2014 - MARK GUTTERSON
MARCH
2014 - NANCY DEBNARIK
2015 - VALERIE HEINZ
2015 -
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ARE YOU READY FOR SOME
CHILI AND FOOTBALL
10TH ANNUAL CHILI COOK
OFF
SUNDAY, JANUARY, 18, 2015
Lodge Bar
AFC/NFC PLAYOFFS
Set-up: 12pm
Game Time: 1pm
Serving @ half-time
Judging to Follow
SIGN-UP SHEET AT THE BAR, FOR
MORE DETAILS CONTACT DON WIRTH
@ 273 - 7189
The Phaze Band
Saturday January 10th
8:30 – 12:30 PM
Upper Ballroom
No cover charge for members.
Non-members $5 at the door.
Come out for a night of good music and dancing
to the oldies and rock and roll from the 50s and
beyond.
Bring your Crock Pot with your regular
or hot/spicy batch
SUPER BOWL SUNDAY AT
BORDENTOWN ELKS
FEBRUARY 1, 2015
COME EARLY,
RESERVE YOUR OWN TABLE
DOOR PRIZES - RAFFLES - FOOD
(Covered dish sign-up in the bar area)
Held in Upper Bar & Upper Ballroom Area
SUPER BOWL SUNDAY
BINGO
FEBRUARY 1, 2015
LOWER BALLROOM
DOORS OPEN 12 NOON
BINGO STARTS 2PM
FOOD PLATTERS/REFRESHMENTS
WILL BE AVAILABLE
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QUARTER MANIA!
Is coming to the Bordentown Elks Lodge #2085!
Gather up your girlfriends and guy friends too and
come out for a FUN night!!!
MUST BE 21 TO ATTEND! No Exceptions.
Saturday Jan 31, 2015
Doors open at 6:00 pm
“Mania” starts promptly at 7:00 pm
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NEW YEARS EVE
Watch the ball drop on the big screen in the LOWER BALL
ROOM
hors d'oeuvres: Dinner: Desert:
3 hour open bar
Dance to the sounds of The Left Edge Band
cost is $ 65.00 per person
Reserve your tables or bar stools by calling Rozanne
at 609-571-2261
( Please note if we do not get the number of tables, than we will
have to have it upstairs with a DJ)
$4.00 admission includes one (1) paddle Additional
paddles can be purchased for $1.00 each
Don’t forget your Quarters. Fabulous products provided by the following vendors (subject to change).
Auction items vary in price from $10 - $100! Some are
worth even more!
Bids are $0.25 - $1.00 per paddle
PartyLite Candles Tupperware A2Z Sweet Treats
Origami Owl Thirty One Bags Pure Romance Avon
And more....... (Vendors are subject to change)
An explanation of how the auction works will be
provided before bidding begins.
For more information please contact Valerie at
609-238-0987 or [email protected]
PER DINNER JANUARY 24, 2014
CONVENTION SAVE THE DATES
Cocktail @ 6:00 pm. plus extended open bar.
Surf and Turf Dinner @ 7:00 pm
Menu:
Hors d' oeuvres during cocktail hour
Chopped Anti Pasta Salad
Filet Mignon and Stuffed Flounder
Potato and Vegetable
Lemon Cake For Desert
Cost: $15.00 per person. Please pay soon.
As in the past, we will comp our widow's of
PER's and Exalted Ruler Cary and his wife
Sue.
Dress: Business Casual, Jackets optional. Any
questions, call Bob or myself.
Dan
Steak dinners:
Friday, February 20, 2015
Friday, May 8, 2015
Thank You for attending our first Steak Dinner of
the season on November 21st.
Next Steak Dinner Friday February 20, 2015.
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It’s that time again…
Jerry Blavat 50s Dance
Friday February 6th
Doors open at 6:30
Music and dancing from 7pm until midnight
Tickets are $20
Please see Patti DeSantis for tickets or call 298-9181
BORDENTOWN ELKS
AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE
Lower Ballroom
MONDAY, January 26, 2015
2 PM to 7PM
Note:
A) You can give blood every 56
days;
B) Bring a driver's license, or
other approved form of
identification; and
C) Drink plenty of fluids before
your appointment.
Make your appointment on the Elks Red
Cross Blood Drive site:
www.redcrossblood.org
Sponsor Code: 022560
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SANDWICH NIGHT MENUS - 6pm - 8pm
January 7, 2015
-
Stuffed Cabbage, salad, dessert- Vet. Com.
January 14, 2015
-
Pork Roll or Cheesesteak, FF, dessert - House Committee
January 21, 2015
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Meatball Parm or egg salad, potato wedges, coleslaw, dessert - Conv. Com.
January 28, 2105
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Pasta Dinner - Women’s Aux.
2014 – 2015 Committees
Americanism
Jim Sharpe
947-4560
Investigation
Mickey DeSantis PER.
298-8181
Auditing
Bar
Bingo
Mickey DeSantis, P.E.R.
Joe Fox
Herb Fues, PER
298-8181
298-5550
298-6583
Lapsation
Lodge Activities
Membership
George Grondski, PER
Robert Lenhardt, PVP
George Grondski PER
638-8966
379-6268
890-8178
Blood Drive
Dave Rooney PER
610-2358
Memorial Service
Herb Fues P.E.R.
298-6583
Bulletin
Business Practices
Camera Club
Can Do
Tony Gulotta P.E.R.
Mickey DeSantis, P.E.R.
George Haluska
888-3561
298-8181
462-1442
610-6923
National Foundation
Parade
Float
Parliamentarian
Heather Cheesman
Bob McVicker P.D.D.
John Jarzyk
Danny Sholes PDD
298-7828
586-6454
893-7955
424-3654
Charities
Ellen Weckenbrock
298-5939
PER Association
Robert Pecht, P.E.R.
298-1824
Community Welfare
Dave Rooney, PER
610-2358
Public Relations
Chuck Betros
890-0955
Convention
Ellen Weckenbrock
Quoits League
George Grondski PER
802-8812
Danny Sholes P.D.D.
Mickey DeSantis P.E.R.
424-3654
298-9181
298-5939
Credentials
Bob McVicker P.D.D.
586-6454
Ritual Coaches
Drug Awareness
Tony Gulotta P.E.R.
888-3561
Safety
Trustees
298-2085
Entertainment
Walt Papp
324-9501
Scholarship
Heather Cheesman
291-7828
298-2760
Shuffleboard
Mickey Desantis, PER
298-8181
724-9489
FAX Machine
Flag Retirement
Jim Sharpe
947-4560
Sickness and Distress
Ed Taddei
Government
Relations
Antonia Farrell
585-2214
Soccer Shoot
George Smoot
Golf Activities
Tony Dilemme
280-1320
Special Children’s Com. Andy Bush
585-5792
Gourmet – Ladies
Jane Rooney
649-2014
Special Youth/Charities CK Lippincott
298-4967
Gourmet – Men
Michael Weckenbrock
712-4753
Trustees
Tom Pitcherello
298-7385
Handicapped Bowling
Sue Giancola
324-9010
Veterans’ Services
Jim Sharpe
947-4560
Hoop Shoot
Dave Wriggins P.E.R.
694-2763
Ways & Means
Mickey DeSantis, PER
298-9181
Bill Johnson
712-5955
House Governing Body Phil Tyler
Indoctrination
Danny Sholes P.D.D
Instant Raffle
Donald Swanson, PER
215-610-1440
424-3654
298-0595
Wheelchairs &
Equipment
Women’s Auxiliary
Youth Activities
Donna Papp
324-9501
Dave Wriggins P.E.R.
694-2763
January 2015
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
1
Fri
Sat
2
3
9
10
C&W
7:30 PM
4
11
5
6
LODGE Mtg.
8pm
BINGO
7:15 PM
12
13
CHILI
COOK-OFF
SETUP 12 PM
18
25
7
8
SANDWICH
NIGHT 6PM
14
BINGO
7:15 PM
C&W
7:30 PM
15
SANDWICH
NIGHT 6PM
20
22
LODGE Mtg.
8pm
BINGO
7:15 PM
SANDWICH
MEN’S
NIGHT 6PM
GOURMET 6pm
C&W
7:30 PM
27
29
28
BINGO
7:15 PM
SANDWICH
WOMEN’S
NIGHT 6PM
GOURMET 6pm
16
17
23
24 KARAOKE
C&W
7:30 PM
19
26
21
The Phaze
Band in the
UBR 8:3012:30
with Mark and
Karen 9PM
PER DINNER
6PM
30
31
C&W
7:30 PM
LODGE /COMMITTEE MEETINGS
LODGE MEETINGS - 1ST & 3RD MONDAYS 8PM
HOUSE COM - 4TH MONDAY 7:30PM
TRUSTEES 2ND MONDAY 7:30PM
MEN’S GOURMET - 3RD TUESDAY 6PM
WOM. AUX. E-BOARD - 1ST WEDNESDAY 7:30PM
WOM. AUX. GEN. MTG. - 2ND WEDNESAY 7:30PM
VETERAN COM. - 3RD WEDNESDAY 7:15 PM
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