Saturday, November 29, 2014

December 2014 Newsletter

Editor: Catherine D. Kobasiuk 
Assistant: Marina Kobasiuk

November General Meeting

The November 6 General Meeting was the first MBPOA Vendor Night. The guest speaker was Michael Rothbart from SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) https://www.score.org/ . Mr. Rothbart gave an overview of what SCORE can do for small businesses. Then the participating vendors (all of which are supporters of the MBPOA) gave individual summaries of their businesses.

The regular meeting business then followed which included two thank you letters. The first letter was from Fred and Patti Tims thanking everyone at the MBPOA for their friendship and their great going away party. The second letter was a thank you from the St. Jude Food Pantry thanking the MBPOA for all they have donated.

Village Trustee Maura Spery gave a Village of Mastic Beach report reminding everyone of the dates for the next village meetings. The reports for the Halloween Party, Country Dancing, Marinas and Hall Rentals were given also. A report from Good and Welfare informed everyone that Sonny Venneri was going in for surgery. The 50/50 raffle was won by Bruce from Middle Island Accounting (one of the attending vendors and an advertiser in this newsletter).

The meeting then adjourned for coffee and cake and gave the members time to chat with the vendors and discuss their services.

By-Laws Clarification

There have been a number of questions precipitated with the by-laws change which occurred over the summer regarding MBPOA membership. Membership classification according to the by-laws can now be summarized as follows:

  1. Home/Property Owners in the 11951 zip code can be Members. Members have all rights and privileges in the association including the right to vote and run for office.
  2. Everyone else -people who live in 11951 but do not own property and people who live outside the 11951 zip code may be Associate Members. Associate Members have the same rights and privileges as members except they cannot vote or hold an office.
  3. Now with the new rule change – 18-24 year olds living at home with their parents can become Junior Members. Junior Members may join at a reduced rate and have the same privileges as Associate Members and cannot vote or hold an office.
Toys for Tots

The MBPOA has a collection box for Toys for Tots in the front foyer of the clubhouse. Please make a donation of new unwrapped toys when you come visit us before Christmas.

Non-Perishable Food Drive

The MBPOA Food Drive will continue throughout the winter. Please bring non perishable food and personal grooming supplies and put them in the blue box in the foyer. No expired food please.

Clock Fund Drive

The MBPOA is collecting donations for a new wall clock which is needed in the main hall. Donations can be sent to our P.O. Box or put in the collection jar at the clubhouse.

December General Meeting

The December General Meeting will be on December 4. This will be the annual Christmas Party and will be a pot luck. Please bring a covered dish to share. The MBPOA will be providing cake and coffee. There may be a special guest speaker that night. Remember to bring something for the MBPOA Food Drive and Toys for Tots.

Autumn Nite at the Races

The Autumn Night at the Races was held on November 8. As people were arriving a slide show of past MBPOA events and activities was shown on the big screen. Kielbasa and sauerkraut was served along with German potato salad and rye bread. Betting on the horses was brisk and the 50/50 of $300 was won by Carol Gathercole.
Dinner was planned cooked and supervised by Director Bill Hack. An event like this is brought to life by the work of many people who volunteer their time. These people plan, shop, cook, serve, decorate, run the technical aspects and clean up. At the risk of forgetting someone we would like to thank the following people for all their hard work and dedication to the MBPOA. So in no particular order we thank: Bill Hack, Lynne DeBona, Barbara Fitzgerald, Kevin Collins, Frank Delustro, Jean SanMartin, Frank Luisi, Josephine Kramer, Peter Costello, Barbara Collins, Sharon Tanzi, Adam Finger, Tracy Kelly, Ketty Colbert, Jeanine Signorelli, Maureen Getchell, Michelle Wilkinson, Madeline Marullo, Jim Searfoss, Richie Wilkinson, Michael Kobasiuk, Thomas Wilkinson , Nancy Sorkow, Maura Spery, and her sister.
We would also like to thank everyone who attended. It is the support of our members and our neighbors which makes an event like this one fun and worth all the hard work. 

Staying in Touch

Financial Secretary Lynne Debona filed this report after visiting relatives and friends in Myrtle Beach South Carolina:

“Former MBPOA Director Fred Tims and his wife Patti send their good wishes to everyone and miss the Friday Night Meet and Greets. They are meeting new people and will be looking for a permanent location in the future.”

Fridays Nights

Friday nights are Meet & Greet at the MBPOA Clubhouse Bar. Members and their guests are invited to stop by for a drink (alcoholic or not) and a chat. Nights that are not Country Dancing nights sometimes become karaoke nights. Bring something for the new MBPOA Food Drive and Toys for Tots.

Hall Rental News

Director Michelle Wilkinson has been doing a brisk business renting the halls for the MBPOA. If you would like to rent the hall please call the clubhouse number 399-6111 and leave your number with a message or fill out the request form on our website www.masticbeachpropertyownersassociation.org

Membership News

The membership packets for 2015 will be mailed out soon. If you do not get yours by January please call and leave your phone number, or even better email us your name and address and we will correct the over site. 

Country Dancing
Country Dancing will be held on December 5 and 19. Admission is $8 for MBPOA members and $10 for guests. There is a 50/50 raffle, complimentary coffee and cake and a cash bar. No outside beverages please. Remember to bring something for the MBPOA Food Drive and Toys for Tots.

Marina News


The Marina's are now closed. The poles were winterized in Marina #1 on November 16. We were very lucky with dry and still weather. The poles in Marina #5 was winterized on November 20. The weather was dry but much colder.

We would like to thank former Director Robert Muse for supervising the pole covering and his crew of young men: John Springman, James Zeman, James Maltese, Ryan Panter and George Ottinger. We also thank Vice President Michael Kobasiuk for helping out and arranging to have all the barges in place beforehand. We thank Captain Les Trafford of Seatow ( see our advertisers) for towing one barge from Marina #5 to Marina #1. Luck was with us and no one ended up taking a November swim this year.


Special Members Only Meeting

There will be a Special Members only Meeting and Vote on December 10, 2014 at 7:30pm. Admission with membership card or picture I.D. Only.

December Monthly Calendar

December 1st – Hall Decorating
December 4th - General Meeting/Christmas Party – 7:30pm
December 5th – Country Dancing – 7:30pm*
December 10th – Special Members Only Meeting – 7:30pm
December 12th - Meet & Greet – 7pm*
December 16th - Hanukkah
December 18th - Board of Directors Meeting – 7pm
December 19th – Country Dancing – 7:30pm*
December 25th – Christmas Day
December 31st – New Years Eve
*Bar Open 

Future Events

January 1st – New Years Day
January 8th – General Meeting
January 15th – Board of Directors Meeting

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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

NOVEMBER 2014


Editor: Catherine D. Kobasiuk            Assistant: Marina Kobasiuk 

Presidents Inaugural Message


If someone asked you, What is the Mastic Beach Property Owners Association? What would you say? You could say it is a property or homeowners association but by today’s standards that is inaccurate and would lead to misunderstanding. You might say it is a not for profit group but that only really explains the MBPOA's tax status. You may even say it is a local civic club but that would hardly give the true breadth and scope of what the Mastic Beach Property Owners Association is to its members and what it is to Mastic Beach.

In 1928 a number of Mastic Beach Property Owners formed the MBPOA. They formed the organization to help them support and enjoy their properties and their lives in Mastic Beach. Over the years the MBPOA has supported what it's members have supported. It has been a helpmate to other organizations in Mastic Beach and allowed it's members to affect change in the world around them. The MBPOA has given purpose, identity and a sense of community to it's members and the residents of Mastic Beach.

I remember as a child swimming at Washington Drive Beach and thinking that the teenager working at the beach was so cool. I remember taking evening walks with my family by Marina 1 and being as awed by the boats as I was of the exotic animals at the zoo, ( my parents never owned a boat). I remember, while I was dating Michael, his father( Fred Kobasiuk) became President of the MBPOA. In typical teenager fashion I had very little interest in something I thought had nothing to do with me. I remember when Michael and I were married and bought our house we became members in our own right and years later Michael and I started going to meeting and volunteering our time to help with projects. To me the Mastic Beach Property Owners was not an evil empire but was an intrinsic part of the flavor and structure of my home town of Mastic Beach.

Back to my initial question, “What is the MBPOA?” Well, how about what it isn't? It isn't one religion, it isn't one creed, it isn't one interest group ( not just boating, not just beaches and now not just mastic beach property owners). It isn't one event ( not just a dance, or a festival or a scholarship fund raiser). It isn't one mission (not just clean streets, not just the environment, not just vinyl siding on the clubhouse). The MBPOA is a myriad number of things, of plans, of values. The MBPOA is different things to different people at different times of their lives.

The new question should be “What do we want the Mastic Beach Property Owners Association to be?” I'm sure this question has as many answers as there are members of the MBPOA. The goal of my term as president of the MBPOA is to empower the membership to mold the MBPOA into what we need and want it to be for us now and in the future. I hope to enable everyone here to be able to expand the MBPOA not just in numbers but in demographics. To increase not only our volunteer workforce but to increase our opportunities to learn from each other and to forge friendships. Because volunteering to do something , something in your community, something in your association, something you see as worthwhile is not a chore but a privilege. It is an opportunity to not only change the world around you but to change yourself. When you become fully engaged in the world around you, you have the chance to expand your pride in your community while sharing mutual experiences with your friends and families in support of the Mastic Beach Property Owners Association.

- Catherine D. Kobasiuk October 2, 2014


October General Meeting




The October General Meeting was the MBPOA Installation Ceremony for the new officers and directors. The oaths of office were given by Suffolk County Legislator Kate Browning and New York State Assembly Member Edward Hennessey. Also in attendance were Islip Supervisor Tom Croci who presented certificates for our officers from New York State Senator Lee Zeldin and Town of Brookhaven Supervisor Edward Romaine who also spoke and presented certificates for our out going directors.




Our new President Catherine Kobasiuk gave out certificates of appreciation to this years out going directors Larry Tellefsen, Robert Muse, Maura Spery and Fred Tims. In addition President Kobasiuk gave certificates to our two interim Presidents for their support of the MBPOA, Jean San Martin and Gerald Ludwig. President Kobasiuk then addressed the membership (see above). The meeting then concluded with light snacks, cake and champagne punch.





General Meeting

The November General Meeting will be on November 6. Remember to bring something for the MBPOA Food Drive.



Marina News


The marina guards have finished for the season. The water is now off at the marinas for safety reasons. The electric will remain on until November 15. You may leave your boat in the marinas until November 15 at your own risk. When removing your boat for the winter please remember to remove all hardware, ropes and other things from the poles and docks. They get in the way when the poles are prepared for the winter. Slip renters who leave materials on the poles and docks will be fined.



Nite at the Races


The Autumn Nite at the Races will be on November 8. Dinner is at 7pm and post time will be at 8pm. Tickets are $20 per member and $25 per non-member and at the door. Please buy in advance so we know how much food to purchase. Included is dinner, beer, wine, soda, coffee and desert. Remember to bring money to bet on the horses. Our Nite at the Races events are very popular and always a great time. Don't forget to bring something for the new MBPOA Food Drive.


Fridays Nights


Friday nights are Meet & Greet at the MBPOA Clubhouse Bar. Members and their guests are invited to stop by for a drink (alcoholic or not) and a chat. Nights that are not Country Dancing nights sometimes become karaoke nights. Bring something for the new MBPOA Food Drive.

Monday Nights

The clubhouse bar is open on Monday Nights for regular season Monday Night Football. All members are invited and their guests. The clubhouse will be open one hour before game time courtesy of Vice President Michael Kobasiuk.

Country Dancing


Country Dancing will be held on November 7 and 21. Admission is $8 for MBPOA members and $10 for guests. There is a 50/50 raffle, complimentary coffee and cake and a cash bar. No outside beverages please. Remember to bring something for the MBPOA Food Drive.



Hall Rental News


Director Michelle Wilkinson has been doing a brisk business renting the halls for the MBPOA. If you would like to rent the hall please call the clubhouse number 399-6111 and leave your number with a message or fill out the request form on our website www.masticbeachpropertyownersassociation.org





Installation photos courtesy of Pat Liberti toydocter@verizon.net




Neighborhood Notes


Please note that the Suffolk County Police Department Drug Drop Off Program will be held the First Wednesday of each month at Mastic Recreation Center / Senior Nutrition 15 Herkimer Street, Mastic.


November Monthly Calendar



November 4th – Election Day

November 6th – General Meeting – 7:30pm

November 7th - Country Dancing – 7:30pm*

November 8th – Nite at the Races - 7pm

November 11th – Veterans Day

November 14th - Meet & Greet – 7pm*

November 20th - Board of Directors – 7pm

November 21st – Country Dancing – 7:30pm*

November 27th – Thanksgiving Day

*Bar Open 
 

Future Events



December 4th - General Meeting – 7:30pm

December 5th – Country Dancing

December 20th - Board of Directors Meeting – 7pm

December 21st – Country Dancing

December 25th – Christmas Day



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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

October 2014

Editor: Catherine  D. Kobasiuk Assistant: Marina Kobasiuk

September General Meeting
Our guest speaker at the September 4 General Meeting was Kevin McAllister. Kevin is a local boy who grew up in Center Moriches. Kevin gave a n interesting presentation on his new group Defend H2O. He explained the importance of clean water both salt and fresh and how our behavior effects water quality.
We continued with the business portion of the meeting which included the following proposal:
Director Michelle Wilkinson read her proposed by-laws change for the third time:
Currently reads:
Section 4
Membership
Only owners of real property in Mastic Beach postal zone 11951 shall be eligible for membership. Where a parcel of property is owned by two or more individuals, each owner may be eligible for membership and pay individual membership fees. An initiation fee of Fifteen ($15.00) dollars will be charged each new member.

Changed to:
Only owners of real property in Mastic Beach postal zone 11951 shall be eligible for membership. Where a parcel of property is owned by two or more individuals, each owner may be eligible for membership and pay individual membership fees. In addition, a young adult between the ages of Eighteen (18) and twenty eight (28) who resides with a real property owner will be eligible to be a Young Adult Member. Young Adult Membership would be limited to children/ stepchildren of real property owners. A Young Adult Member would not be eligible to vote. An initiation fee of Fifteen ($15.00) dollars will be charged each new member.

A motion was made by Director Maureen Getchell that a vote be taken on the proposed by-law change. A vote was taken and all present were in favor. An update will be handed out and stapled into the current handbooks.

The 50/50 raffle was drawn and Kevin Collins won $19.

The meeting then adjourned for coffee and cake.

 
October General Meeting

The October General Meeting will be on October 2 at 7:30pm. We will be celebrating the installation of officers and directors. There will be a few distinguished guests in attendance. All members are welcome. Bring something for the new MBPOA Food Drive.

Marina News

The marina guards will be finishing on Sunday October 12. The water goes off when the guards stop for safety reasons. The electric will remain on until November 15. You may leave your boat in the marinas until November 15 at your own risk.

 
Nite at the Races
Please save the date, the autumn Nite at the Races will be on November 8.
Blue Claw Crab Festival

Our 10th Annual Blue Claw Crab Festival was a tremendous success and the beautiful weather could not have been better. Much planning took place since the beginning of the year and with the coordination of the MBPOA Officers and Directors and all the volunteers the event went off without a hitch.
We have many people to thank, but at the risk of leaving someone out, we are extending our appreciation and sincere thanks to everyone who helped with setting up the event site, did traffic control, and sold tickets. Thanks to the people who cooked the seafood, cooked the food for the volunteers, and served the food, beer and other beverages. Thanks to the clam shuckers, corn shuckers and musical entertainment announcer. Thank you also to the people who sold raffles and merchandise and to the clean up crew who worked hours after the event.

Special thanks to:
  • Terrie Cicerelli who since the First Crab Festival has done a great job coordinating the unique variety of vendors
  • Suffolk County Legislator Kate Browning for the Grant towards the advertising and entertainment
  • Colonial Youth and Family Service volunteers who worked tirelessly throughout the day keeping the area free of litter
  • Grand Am Recreational Vehicles for the loan of a trailer used as our office base
  • Mastic Seafood for supplying all the seafood and for the loan of their refrigeration truck
  • Ice Cream Cottage for the tremendous amount of ice donated
  • Bay Gas for their donation of the propane tanks
  • Montauk Bus for providing the shuttle bus
  • The Town of Brookhaven for the refuse receptacles
  • The Village of Mastic Beach Mayor for the use of the barricades and the park area fill
  • The Village of Mastic Beach for the Code Enforcement Officers and to the Fire Marshall for his cooperation and guidance
 
Over the years we have made improvements in different areas and hope everyone enjoyed themselves this year.

We look forward to seeing you all at our 2015 Festival next August. - Lynne DeBona , Blue Claw Crab Fest Chairperson
Kids Halloween Party

A Halloween Party for the children of Mastic Beach will be held in our clubhouse on October 31 from 4-6pm. Join us for crafts, games, food, and fun.  There will be a prize for the best costume! Bring something for the MBPOA Food Drive.
Fridays Nights

Friday nights are Meet & Greet at the MBPOA Clubhouse Bar. Members and their guests are invited to stop by for a drink (alcoholic or not) and a chat. Bring something for the new MBPOA Food Drive.
  Adult Halloween Party
The theme for Friday Night at the clubhouse bar on October 31 at 7pm will be Halloween. Best costume will get a prize and best of all bragging rights. Bring something for the MBPOA Food Drive.


Country Dancing
Country Dancing will be held on October 3 and 17. Admission is $8 for MBPOA members and $10 for guests. There is a 50/50 raffle, complimentary coffee and cake and a cash bar. No outside beverages please. Remember to bring something for the MBPOA Food Drive.
Flag Fund News

The MBPOA Flag Fund has surpassed its goal with a final donation from Eleanor Kobasiuk in memory of past MBPOA President Fred Kobasiuk. We would like to thank all of our donors for their patriotism and their support of the MBPOA.

Hall Rental News
Director Michelle Wilkinson has been doing a brisk business renting the halls for the MBPOA. If you would like to rent the hall please call the clubhouse number 399-6111 and leave your number with a message or fill out the request form on our website www.masticbeachpropertyownersassociation.org

 
Job Openings

The following ad is brought to us by Director Eddie J. Janssen.

American Airlines (AA) is hiring 45 Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMT's) for the New York  Metro Airports (JFK & LGA). AMT's need to possess a valid FAA,  A&P License with a minimum of 2 years experience on Aircraft with a minimum of 12,500 lbs. Gross T. O. Wt.  Please apply on line at www.aa.com, click on careers. AA has world wide positions & health benefits, 
for all employees.

October Monthly Calendar

October 2nd – General Meeting – 7:30pm
October 3rd - Country Dancing – 7:30pm*
October 3rd – Yom Kippur
October 10th - Meet & Greet – 7pm*
October 13th – Columbus Day
October 16th - Board of Directors Meeting – 7pm
October 17th – Country Dancing – 7:30pm*
October 24th - Meet & Greet – 7pm*
October 31st – Children's Party – 4 - 6pm
October 31st – Halloween at the Bar - 7pm*
*Bar Open
Future Events

November 6th - General Meeting – 7:30pm
November 8th – Nite at the Races
November 20th - Board of Directors Meeting – 7pm
November 27th – Thanksgiving Day

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Thursday, September 4, 2014

September 2014

 August General Meeting
Thursday August 7, our guest speaker for the evening was Mike Lubrano from the Mastic Peninsula Society. He gave a pleasing presentation about the local historic sites. There was a mix of old and new information which kept everyone interested.
After our usual business the following nominations and proposals were presented.
The Nominating Committee headed by Vic Viola made the third reading for their selections of officer and directors for the next elections. The 2014 nominations put forward by the Nominating Committee are as follows:
Officers
President: Catherine Kobasiuk
Vice President: Michael Kobasiuk
Treasurer: Fred Tims
Financial Secretary: Lynn DeBona
Recording Secretary: ?
Sergeant At Arms: Richard Wilkinson
Board of Directors
    Ed Janeesn, Ketty Colbert, Peter Costelloe, Jean SanMartin, Maureen Getchell, Chris Zarcone, and Michelle Wilkinson with three spots remaining unaccounted for.
Since there were no contests for any of the officer or director positions, one vote was cast for each of the nominations by the Recording Secretary thus electing the slate for the next two years.

Michelle Wilkinson read Maureen Getchell's suggested by-laws changes for the third time as follows:
Note:
The current Board of Directors consists of 12 members, not 20. As the Board of Directors retire no other shall be appointed until we reach 12 directors.
The following changes were proposed:
Sec. 6 (First Paragraph)
The Board of Directors shall consist of all Elected Officers of the Association except the Sargent-At-Arms and in addition, the twenty [20] Directors elected from the membership.

Changed to:
Sec. 6 (First Paragraph)
The Board of Directors shall consist of all Elected Officers of the Association except the Sargent-At-Arms and in addition, the twelve [12] Directors elected from the membership.

And Sec.6 (Ninth Paragraph)
A quorum of the Board of Directors shall consist of at least eight [8]of its members.
Changed to:
And Sec.6 (Ninth Paragraph)
A quorum of the Board of Directors shall consist of at least six [6]of its members.

A motion was made by past President Geri Reibe that a vote be taken on the proposed by-law change. A vote was taken and all present were in favor. An update will be handed out and stapled into the current handbooks.

Director Michelle Wilkinson read her proposed by-laws change for the second time:
Currently reads:
Section 4
Membership
Only owners of real property in Mastic Beach postal zone 11951 shall be eligible for membership. Where a parcel of property is
owned by two or more individuals, each owner may be eligible for membership and pay individual membership fees. An initiation fee of Fifteen ($15.00) dollars will be charged each new member.

Changed to:
Only owners of real property in Mastic Beach postal zone 11951 shall be eligible for membership. Where a parcel of property is owned by two or more individuals, each owner may be eligible for membership and pay individual membership fees. In addition, a young adult between the ages of Eighteen (18) and twenty eight (28) who resides with a real property owner will be eligible to be a Young Adult Member. Young Adult Membership would be limited to children/ stepchildren of real property owners. A Young Adult Member would not be eligible to vote. An initiation fee of Fifteen ($15.00) dollars will be charged each new member.

The 50/50 of $18 was won by Bob Schomber and then donated to the flag fund. Thank you Bob! The meeting then adjourned for coffee and cake.

September General Meeting

The September General Meeting will be on September 4 at 7:30 pm. Our guest speaker will be Kevin McAllister . He will be discussing his new project Defend H2O http://defendh2o.org/.

Hall Rental News

According to Director Michelle Wilkinson there are free dates for October and November. If you would like to rent the hall please call the clubhouse number 399-6111 and leave your number with a message or fill out the request form on our website www.masticbeachpropertyownersassociation.org

Football Nights

Vice President Michael Kobasiuk will be opening the clubhouse bar on Monday September 8 for the 7pm Giants at Lions game and on Monday September 22 for the 8:30pm Jets vs Bears game. The clubhouse will be open one half hour before game time.

Blue Claw Crab Festival

The report for the Blue Claw Crab Fest will be in the October newsletter.
Marina News

Please remind your family and friends when parking at the marina's in front of the boats to park nose or trunk toward the boats, not sideways, so that other boat owners can park their vehicles and no one gets blocked in, thank you.

Please remember that the guards will be ending on or about October 15. The water goes off when the guards stop for safety reasons. You may leave your boat in the marinas until November 15 at your own risk.
Fridays Nights
Friday nights are Meet & Greet at the MBPOA Clubhouse Bar. Members and their guests are invited to stop by for a drink (alcoholic or not) and a chat.
Country Dancing
Country Dancing will be held on two Fridays September 5 and 19 this month. Admission is $8 for MBPOA members and $10 for guests. There is a 50/50 raffle, complimentary coffee and cake and a cash bar. No outside beverages please.
Snapper Derby
This years Snapper Derby saw a dedicated group of young fisherman. They started fishing at 10am and most of them fished right through to 12 noon when the tournament ended. Hotdogs and soda were then supplied to the contestants by our Co-Sponsor the Mastic Beach Yacht Club.

Our winners this year were:

1st fish – Spyridon ( age 8 )– 7 inches
2nd fish – Nicholas (age 9 ) – 6.5 inches
Most fish – Izadora ( age 10 )– 6 fishes
Biggest fish -Helena ( age 11 )– 8 ¾ inches
Youngest fisherman and unique fish ( 9 inch fluke) – Kylie ( age 4 )
Raffle winner was G.J.

The prizes were donated by Joan Roth of the Mastic Beach Yacht Club in memory of her husband. Bait and tackle were donated by Dicks Bait and Tackle, 386 Neighborhood Road. Big thank yous to Joan Roth and Dicks Bait and Tackle.

We would also like to thank all our volunteers especially Director Bill Hack, the driving force of the Snapper Derby, Bob Schomber, Vice Pres. Michael Kobasiuk, Recording Secretary Catherine Kobasiuk, Director Michelle Wilkinson, Director Maureen Getchell, and Director Eddie Jenssen. Thank you to everyone else who helped out and to the parents and grandparents for bringing the children down.

The following pictures were taken by Pat L. toydocter@verizone.net




September Monthly Calendar

September 1st – Labor Day
September 4th – General Meeting – 7:30pm
September 5th - Country Dancing – 7:30pm*
September 7th – Grandparents Day
September 8th – Football Night – 6:30pm*
September 9th – Primary Day
September 12th - Meet & Greet – 7pm*
September 18th - Board of Directors Meeting – 7pm
September 19th – Country Dancing – 7:30pm*
September 22nd – Football Night – 8pm*
September 23rd – First Day of Autumn
September 24th – Rosh Hashana
September 26th - Meet & Greet - 7pm*
*Bar Open
Future Events

October 2nd - General Meeting – 7:30pm
October 16th - Board of Directors Meeting – 7pm
October 31st – Children's Halloween Party

 Good Luck and Farewell
Fred and Patti Tims !!
 




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