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Nonprofit org. U.S. Postage PAID Pensacola, FL Permit No. 385

The American Legion Warrington Post 240 8666 Gulf Beach Highway Pensacola FL 32507-2639 ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED. Nonprofit org. U.S. Postage PAID Pensacola, FL Permit No. 385. The Victor’s Voice. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY OCTOBER 2011. Post 240 website: www.americanlegion240.org.

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Nonprofit org. U.S. Postage PAID Pensacola, FL Permit No. 385

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  1. The American Legion Warrington Post 240 8666 Gulf Beach Highway Pensacola FL 32507-2639 ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED Nonprofit org. U.S. Postage PAID Pensacola, FL Permit No. 385 TheVictor’s Voice FOR GOD AND COUNTRY OCTOBER 2011 Post 240 website: www.americanlegion240.org COMMANDER Jimmy Martin 982-1947 ADJUTANT Michael Munoz 292-1464 1ST VICE COMMANDER Michael Munoz 292-1464 2ND VICE COMMANDER Vacant 3RD VICE COMMANDER Bill Eastman 457-8419 FINANCE OFFICER Hal Eyerly 944-7741 HISTORIAN Chuck Krahn 458-0530 SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Jake Taffaro 251-987-5848 CHAPLAIN vacant SERVICE OFFICER Randy McGhee 698-4171 ALR DIRECTOR Richard Raborn 380-4814 SAL COMMANDER Jimmy Martin 982-1947 HOUSE COMMITTEE Phil Gist 456-2914 Al Rogers 455-2741 Ron Woolsey 453-6969 Michael Holdener 291-6922 John Wyers 453-6735 LOUNGE MANAGER John Mille 455-6111 Commander’s Corner Your Post Chaplain, Del Murray, has had to resign his duties as he has to take over as the Minister for a church in Alabama which lost their Minister. Thanks for all you have done for Post 240 Del. So, anyone wishing to run for the Post Chaplain, please come to the October’s General Membership meeting to be nominated and elected. Del was my VA Donuts guy also. Kim Edens, Unit 240 President, has volunteered to take over the VA Donuts on the 3rd Thursday. Thank you Madam President. Thank you Stu Baker for your help conducting the 9-11 Ceremony. Please come support the Legion Family’s Oktoberfest on October 8, 2011. Anyone wishing to get a copy of the Department of Florida’s Disaster Planning Guide, please see me or the Adjutant. Due to the fact the 1st Vice’s Computer broke and can’t get the mailing out on time, we are changing the Early Bird Dinner to a Member Appreciation Day with Chicken and Pot Luck. For God and Country Jimmy Lee Martin 1st Vice Cdr -Membership is looking good. I encourage everyone to renew as soon as you can. It helps the Post look good that we can meet goals that are set down from those higher than us. Post the calendar on your fridge or somewhere convenient because things are going to be happen pretty fast from now until the end of the year. With the help of Marsha Martin we are going to raffle off five (5) $100 VISA gift cards on Veterans Day. Tickets will be 1 for $10. Also this year we are again going to have our “Sponsor a Service Member” drive. Those Legionnaires wishing to sponsor, cost will be $25 per individual. This is a great chance for us to not only build our membership, but also to let these young service members know what the American Legion does for them on a daily basis. This program was a success last year and I don’t expect it to be any less this year. We are having our Membership Appreciation Day on Sun 23 Oct 11. Let’s not forget all the Holidays and functions coming up. Please support your Post. For God and Country - Mouse. Unit 240 Auxiliary -Theme for this year is L.E.A.P. Learn all the programs Energize new membership Applications keep with you to sign new members Please smile have fun. We are having a membership challenge between Districts 1 and 16, which every districts looses has to pay $10.00 per unit, so let’s all work on getting new members and encourage renewing members to pay dues. We voted 4 new members in lasted meeting, let’s make them feel welcome. I would like to say THANK YOU to all who help with the cakes and cake sells for the bingo on Wednesday nights. Oktoberfest will be on the 8th, come out and show your support. 29th of October will be the children’s Halloween party from 12 to 2. If you would like to help with setting up we will be decorating at 9 am on the 29th. Donation of candy or toys is appreciated. Ginny will be selling pumpkins this month starting on the 1st. Lounge bingo did very well considering the tropical storm, thank you all who came out. Thank you to the volunteers and callers. Kim Edens President LADIES AUXILIARY PRESIDENT Kim Edens 229-444-0869 CHAPLAIN Linda Mackin 455-5392 Currently we do not have a Post Service Officer. If anyone needs assistance please contact Randy McGhee. He is the 1st District Service Officer. He is also Post 378’s Service Officer & 1st Vice Cdr cell # 850-698-4171 email – post378serviceofficer@yahoo.com 3RD VICE COMMANDERThanks everyone for a good turn our for Sept fish fry. We hope we see you all back on Oct 2nd for our next one and please bring someone with you! Our goal is to provide a quality meal at a modest price. We always look forward to seeing you on the first Sunday of every month for some good food, family time and friendship. Serving time starts at 2:00 until it's all gone. Please make a note that Oktoberfest will be on Oct. 8th and will start at 12:00. There will be a turkey shoot and the Ladies Aux will have a cake walk. We'll be serving brats and burgers with potato salad and vegetables. Hope to see you there!! Bill Eastman SAL - The SAL currently is at 36% paid up Membership. If you haven’t paid for 2012, please drop your money in the SAL Box next to the Pop Corn Machine. Jimmy lee Martin Greetings Riders, I would like to thank all the people that came out to support our Bike Night dinners. Our next Bike Night will be October 20th and will feature Chili. Don’t forget that the 8th of October will be Oktoberfest and the riders will be selling Jell-O Shooters, so come on out and have some fun. For God and Country, Rich Raborn Director We are averaging about 69 people each Wed. night. Unfortunately, we need about 71 players to break even. Therefore, we are not making the money we used to. Please bring a friend and come Play Bingo. Jimmy Lee Martin

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