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Sunday, June 29th is a BBQ hosted by guest chef Chip Hiney from 1 to 5 p.m. The usual BBQ fare will be served for only $10 per person. You buy your own beverages.
This is hoped to be an ongoing item throughout the summer.
Speaking of BBQ’s, my Boosters are holding one on our patio on the Friday, The Fourth of July. $25 per person, all you can eat and drink. Starts at 1 p.m. and goes ‘til 6 p.m.
While we are still on the patio, there will be a yard sale on Saturday, July 19 from noon until 3 p.m. If you folks in the ‘hood have used but serviceable stuff bring it in. Just remember if the item didn’t work at your home, it won’t work here. So don’t bother with that merchandise.
Bronx Borough President, Adolfo Carrion, Jr. And New York Senator Jeff Klein , are hosting an Independence Day holiday on Friday, June 27 at Orchard Beach. This goes from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. There will be a BBQ, music, face painters balloon artists and more. Fireworks at 9 p.m. music by Alive-n-Kickin’. Admission wristbands are required for a private reception. Call Senator Klein’s office to arrange for these. 1-800-718-2039. They will not be available the day of the event. Normal parking fees are in effect.
This in from www.armytimes.com A sweeping new Veterans’ education package has been approved as part of the 2008 war budget. The package is designed to fully cover the cost of completing four years of college-including tuition and fees, books and living expenses-and to let career troops share those benefits with dependents.
This bill will offer a benefit worth an average of $80,000.00.
For more info, contact your US Congressperson. Yours, in this neighborhood is Congressman Joe Crowley, a super supporter of veterans and things veteran.
June 25, 1876, saw the Battle of Little Big Horn.
On the same date in 1950. The Korean War started.
The “Daily News” put out it’s first issue on June 26, 1919.
The Polo Grounds opened on June28, 1911.
Albert Einstein published his ‘E=MC Squared on June 30, 1905. I think that’s now a rock group.
Keep the troops in your prayers, hug a vet and God bless.
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