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Woman’s Auxiliary, Legion will meet on Wednesday

Published: Monday, March 11, 2013 3:09 p.m. CDT

PRINCETON — American Legion Woman’s Auxiliary Unit 125 of Princeton will conduct its monthly business meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Unit will discuss final plans for its upcoming supper on March 16 at the Legion post home. A list of donors and supplies needed was mailed to local members.

VA&R chairperson Clara Pease will announce upcoming veterans workshop date(s) and needed supplies. Monetary donations can be made to the Unit to help with expenses of the workshop by mailing same to Clara Pease, 321 Briar Lane, Princeton, IL 61356 or mail donations to American Legion Woman’s Auxiliary Unit 125, 1549 W. Peru St., Princeton, IL 61356, Attn: Veterans.

Membership information can be had by attending any scheduled business meeting on the second Wednesday of each month at the Legion post home or by calling chairperson Carol Allicks at 815-872-7891 leaving a message or call the Legion Post home at 815-872-1171 and leave your inquiry. All eligible applicants and transfers are most me.

Roger L. Eickmeier American Legion Post of Princeton will also conduct its monthly business meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday March 13 at the post home. All eligible applicants and transfers are welcome to attend this or any scheduled business meeting the second Wednesday or each month or call the post home at 815-872-1171 and leave a message.

Discussion will be heard on general business of the Post and upcoming fundraiser. A special honor guard ceremony was held at the post home at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 13 in honor of recently passed commanders Bob Doyle and Leonard Lourdeau. Tom Burke, honor guard coordinator, called command and “Skipp” Munn played taps on the bugle.

The Legion building is available for family events, graduation parties, bridal/baby showers, birthday/anniversary celebrations, rummage sales, funeral meals, etc. For information, call the post home at 815-872-1171 and leave a message. A light lunch will follow the meetings.

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