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Legion Auxiliary 66 List Coming Events
The Athelstane/Silver Cliff Unit 66 held its regular meeting on Saturday, March 1st at the Silver Cliff Town Hall. President Ann Wender presided and Chaplain Lois Haase offered the opening prayer. Secretary Karen Ladd and Treasurer Priscilla Maeder gave their respective reports which were accepted as read. Cassie Meyers was a guest.
Proceeds from the November Deer Hunters Bake Sale were a record $773. They are used for veterans including Christmas gifts for residents at the Iron Mountain VA. Unit 66 will sponsor live entertainment for the veterans there on March 31st at 1:30 PM. Many unit ladies volunteer monthly at the Iron Mountain VA. Karen Ladd arranged the entertainment and refreshments. Any Post/Unit are invited to join the festivities.
In other business, Unit 66 will participate in the Poppy Poster Contest. Posters will be judged by the Unit 66 Poster Committee with the winning entries advancing to Ninth District Competition. Unit 66 will sponsor two Badger Girls this year, one from Wausaukee and one from Marinette High Schools.
The Unit 66 By-Laws/Standing Rules have been updated and accepted. Items were added or had a cost increase were Post 66 Veterans Day Dinner, Sunshine Fruit Baskets, funeral donations, mileage, County Council gifts, District Conference costs and Christmas Dinner Meeting cost for Badger Girls and parents.
A bowling team will attend the WALASBA 9-Pin Bowling Tournament at Riviera Lanes in Green Bay and also the Ninth District Spring Conference April 26th at Pulaski. If interested in attending, contact Wender for details.
In other business, a closed ballot vote was held on moving the monthly meeting time to 10AM from the present 1 PM. An Executive Board Meeting was held on March 4th to discuss other meeting options. The April 5th meeting will held as scheduled at 1 PM. A plan for future meetings will be presented for discussion. All members are encouraged to attend the meeting.
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