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This annual open-invitation event sells out every year so please get your tickets early! This is the event where the entire community can gather mid-winter to share conversations, laughter, dinner, and drink. Held at Valley Caterers in Oak Valley, this event is hosted every 1st Saturday of February by the Wenonah Post of the . American Legion, veterans serving veterans and their communities. Ticket prices include a hot buffet, beNer, and wine, and tickets are available now at Nester & Wyckoff Dentistry, 200 E Mantua Ave, Wenonah. Business hours are 8am to 6pm Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday, and 8am to 5pm on Friday. (856) 468-5858. Ticket prices, from which the Post makes no profit, are $35 apiece. 8 tickets can reserve your oen table. Because tickets are limited and sell out each year, please don't wait to buy yours!

Wenonah's Post 192 of the American Legion joins with the Mantua Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in the flag raising ceremony at the Tri-County Swim Meet at the Wenonah Swim Club, Aug 6, 2017.

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Post 192 recognizes those from Wenonah who serve on active duty in the military. Pictured L to R are Jake Solem, US Army; Mischa LeGoff, US Army; and Tommy Lombardo, US Marines.

Not pictured are Eric Bratton, US Air Force; Christina Carson, US Navy; Jake Dominy, US Marines; Frank Mullens, US Navy; Zach Schultes, US Marines; and Andrew Travis, US Air Force.

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Post 192 is proud to carry the Colors in the July 4th parade in Wenonah

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Want to help us help veterans & their families? https://www.gofundme.com/american-legion-post-192

“Not all serve, but all benefit from those who do serve and have served in the U.S. military.” Less than 0.5% of the American population is currently serving on active duty in the U.S. military (less than 100 people out of every 2,000). And U.S. military veterans? Less than 7.5% of all living Am...
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Thanks to all who made this year's Memorial Day parade & service the largest and most-attended ever! Thank you for joining us in offering tribute to those who lost their lives in our nation's military, the true meaning of Memorial Day.

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Wenonah's Memorial Day Parade & Service are a go! 0845 start.

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Despite the chance of rain on Memorial Day morning, Wenonah's Memorial Day Parade & service at Wenonah Cemetery will go on as scheduled. This tribute to those who died in our nation's military is too important to cancel because of rain. Only lightening or gale-force winds will keep us from completing our parade walk from Wenonah to the cemetery for the memorial service. If those conditions occur, a message will be posted on this site no later than 8:00 am Monday morning. Otherwise, please bring your umbrellas and join us for the real reason for Memorial Day. Thank you.

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Notice the Stars & Stripes lining Mantua Ave in Wenonah? A small reminder of the significance of Memorial Day from your Wenonah Post of the American Legion. If you can't make the Memorial Day Parade & Service with us in Wenonah at 8:45 am on Memorial Day, please pause wherever you are and pay tribute to those who lost their lives serving in our nation's military -- the real reason for Memorial Day. Thank you!

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Wenonah's Post 192 of the American Legion at Wenonah School's Ice Cream Social.

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Thanks to all who stopped by the Post 192 yard sale on Saturday to enjoy our free coffee and pastries, as well as do a little shopping, sharing conversation, and for your donations!

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GOT JUNK? Er, uh, we mean would you like to clear your house of items to donate to the Wenonah Post of the American Legion at the borough-wide yard sale on Saturday, April 29th? If so, drop them off that morning at our tables under our red canopy set up in front of the Wenonah Train Station. We'll begin setting up at 7:00 am.

Even if you don't have donations, stop by to chat and enjoy free coffee and pastries. There, you'll also find smiles and lively conversation and perhaps a bargain or two!

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Mark your calendars to recognize the real reason for Memorial Day. Join your friends, neighbors, Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Brownies, Clearview Marching Band, Mayor & Borough Council, and veterans in paying tribute to those who gave their lives for our country by walking or riding your bike in the parade and attending a short memorial at the Wenonah Cemetery. Parade begins at intersection of Mantua & Marion Aves in Wenonah. Church bells ring at 8:40 am and the parade begins at 8:45 am.

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Thanks for the pics. Charles Trocolli!

Charles Trocolli added 49 new photos to the album: 2017 Annual Dinner With Friends — with Barb Heim and Diana Rowland Gillis Gehring.

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