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1 American Legion Post 83 Newsletter July-August River Road, P.O. Box 40643, Eugene, OR Phone: Facebook: Website: Commander's Message One of the things I like most about being Commander is seeing all you great people coming together to get the job done!!! What a wonderful job done by so many hard workers, during the annual clean-up day. By the time I arrived the cedar tri-tree was gone from the south side. The guys made short order of trimming and cutting it up. The clean-up was a breeze. We saved the post several hundred dollars on that one. Way to go! Speaking of saving big bucks. The concrete pad project is progressing nicely and is well under budget. I am hoping it will be finished this week. (3 rd week of June). A big shout out to Keith Owens for staying on top of this important project. We are looking forward to the Annual Chicken Feed, next month, to be on the new pad. Thanks to all of you who have donated to the charcoal supply. We can always use more. There are plans in the making for additional BBQs to be announced. This Post is blessed with a bunch of givers. Givers of time, labor, charcoal, skills, cans, and bottles, and money. Our friend Stan, who rarely misses a post dinner, donated about 8 big bags of cans, which made a nice deposit in our lawn maintenance fund. Thanks Stan! One thing I learned about being a Commander, was to recognize people for a job well done. On this score, I have failed miserably. Oh sure, I will shake hands or pat on the back and say thanks. I genuinely mean it for sure, but Karol Satterfield put me to shame at the recent Officer Installation/Awards ceremony. She gave out a ton of certificates and thanks you things. I guess that s what you learn after being a faithful leader for as many years as she has. A true blessing to our Post! The Flag Ceremony was a success! Again, this year, we had a couple of fill-ins, who did a great job on such short notice, due to excusable family obligations. Thanks to the scouts and their leaders for another stellar job. We couldn t do it without them. I am toying with the idea of doing it next year on Flag Day, Friday the 14 th of June at 7:00pm. Please let us/me know what you think of this idea. We could have a regular dinner or a pot-luck preceding it. For God and Country, Commander Pierre Lord, take into your most gracious protection our service members currently deployed. May you be their comfort and their guide as they live and walk in a foreign land. Give them reassurance that you are a shield around them, an ever-present help in time of need. Grant our service members courage so that in all things they may serve without reproach. Encourage them while they also encourage one another. Amen. Courtesy: Kristi Hofman, Please note: Your July & August Newsletters are combined into one. Note the calendars are back-toback. Save your calendars!

2 Greetings, Auxiliary News This month, you are receiving two calendars in your newsletter, JULY and AUGUST, printed back-toback. Make sure you keep them handy so you don't miss any events! We are switching things up a bit with our breakfast times. July and August breakfast hours will be 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. The Mothers and Fathers Day Breakfasts were well attended during our special brunch hours. Thank you for your support! Let us know what you think of the summer hours. Our volunteers always strive to give you a great meal to enjoy. If you would like to see a meal or an event on the calendar, please offer your suggestions. We're always receptive to new ideas and input. We are here for you, the members! We're also in need of volunteers to help with preparation of food (sides) for the Chicken BBQ coming up on July Also needed are smiling faces to help serve the meals. (Help package dinners, carry to customers/cars, etc.) If you can help let myself, Carl or Pierre know! This is the 40 th year for our Chicken BBQ, let's make it our best ever! Join the Post Family for good food and fun at the annual Post Picnic on August 18 th, 12 noon. Please bring a dish to share. The Post will provide burgers, hot dogs and roasted sweet corn. NEW this year, Outdoor Bingo! Each card has 4 bingo boards (pull-tabs, no daubers needed), we'll sell them for $1 each. Proceeds from this game will go towards our school supply fund-raiser. I'll give you an account of the big Yard Sale (held 6/23) in the September newsletter. I hope to see you at some (or all) of our summer events! I wish you all a fun and safe summer! Till then, Service not Self, Karol Satterfield, Unit President JUNIOR GIRLS AUXILIARY NEWS We are off to a great start for the summer. Five Juniors attended the Flag Retirement Ceremony and we'll also have a few helping at the Yard Sale this month. Juniors continue to help with the SAL Fish Fry each month. We are having a meeting on July 6th at 6:30 p.m. at the Post. We always welcome any new members who might want to participate. Juniors will also be at the Patriots Day Car Show and the 9/11 Ceremony in September. We're very proud of our young women and their enthusiasm is greatly appreciated! Margie DeMoss, Youth Activities Chairman

3 SAL Commander's Note " Where's The Beef "? The SAL has it and on July 13 th and 14 th you can too! Big steaks, low price! We will grill 30 steaks, (average weight 24 ounces), each night. They will be served with a baked potato and salad. The price will be $13.00 for an individual dinner or you can share a steak with your spouse or a friend for $ It will include the extra sides, of course. Dinners will be served between 5 and 7 p.m. Steaks will be grilled to order. Tickets will be pre-sold in the lounge beginning July 4th. You will choose your seating time when you purchase your ticket/s. Summer is our busy time with many events including the Steak Feed, Chicken B-B-Q, Riders Legacy Poker Ride (8/4 our Post hosting the last stop on Ride), Hot Rods for Heroes Car Show (9/9) and of course, Fish Fries the last Friday of each month. The best part, all events are growing. If you would like to help with any of our events, sign up or talk with an officer. We'd love additional help! Looking back at last year, the SAL has grown, not just in membership but also, in the donations we were able to make to charities, both local, state and national. We thank those who have made this increase possible by participating in our events. Looking ahead we'll be busy. We are predicting our Christmas tree sales will almost double! We'll be serving a wider range of food items in our Lounge, too. Our August Fish & Shrimp Fry proceeds will be designated for Veterans Legacy Camp Alma. It is an organization who provides support for veterans in Lane Co. in a rural setting. Visit to learn more about this worthy organization. Once again it comes down to manpower. The more volunteers we have, the more we can do. We have big events coming up each month this summer and each will be larger than last years. If you have some time, we could use your help! You do not have to be a SAL member to assist us. Let me again, thank everyone for last years success and because of that success this years potential. Carl Pawlik, SAL Commander Riders Director's Note Our Riders have a raffle going for an ALR Duffel Bag. Tickets are $5 each and are available from the bartender in the Lounge. The drawing will be held at our August 23rd meeting. The Duffel Bag was donated by Jim Saville. Welcome to our newest member, Brent Johnson. He has also stepped up to be our Historian. We have not had a Historian in many years, possibly ever! Thank you, Brent! ROMP was May 31 and we several Riders made the trip. The 1st annual State ROMP will be the weekend of August 10th 12th. Post 158 in Tigard is hosting. For more information, go to or Post 83 Riders, along with the help of our SAL and Post are hosting the 2nd Annual Veterans Legacy Poker Ride on August 4. Be sure you register, participate and of course, help make this event a success! We are always looking for more Riders to join our association. We meet the 4th Thursday of each month, 6 p.m. at the Post. John Hampton, Director

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5 Post Officers Auxiliary Officers Commander: James "Pierre" Marlette 1st Vice: Brian Laisure 2nd Vice: S. Becker Acting Adjutant: Pierre Marlette Finance: Bob Bofferding Service Officer: Tom Asa Chaplain: Ron Welch Sgt-at-Arms: John Hampton Historian: (Open) Jr. Past Cmdr: E-Board: Dale Harper Willie Rivera (2 open) President: 1st Vice: 2nd Vice: Secretary: Treasurer: Sgt-at-Arms: Chaplain: Historian: E-Board: Karol Satterfield Amber Morris (Open) Margie DeMoss Karol Satterfield Cecily Crawford Lou Luhrs Glenda Chmela Marla McLean Vickie Nicholas SAL Officers Commander: Carl Pawlik 1st Vice: Ed Hallbach 2nd Vice: Keith Owens Adjutant: Henry Mayhugh Finance Officer: Pierre Marlette Chaplain: Robert Sloan Sgt-at-Arms: Larry Morris Historian: Brian Ware Legion Riders Officers Director: John Hampton Asst. Director: Robert Patrick Finance Officer: Bob Bofferding Secretary: Mike Riley Sgt-at-Arms: Jim Saville Road Captain: Sam Ou Chaplain: Terry Roper Historian: Brent Johnson POST PATRON FUND INFORMATION From time to time, as with any older building, there are maintenance problems we just can't plan for ahead of time. A pipe bursts, roof shingles are damaged in a storm, or, a major appliance goes down. That is the purpose of the Post Patron Fund. It helps us take care of the expenses involved in repairs. Contributions to this fund will be earmarked and used only for maintenace, repairs or replacements, NOT for regular operating costs. Please consider a contribution to the Post Patron Fund. There are three levels of Post Patrons and each will be recognized: Gold Patron: $300/year ($25/mo) - Engraved Plaque Silver Patron: $180/year ($15/mo) - Certificate of Appreciation Bronze Patron: $120/year ($10/mo) - Recognition in newsletter No amount is too small. The Post is grateful for all contributions. Please drop off at the Post or mail to: American Legion Post 83, Post Patron Fund, P.O. Box 40643, Eugene, OR

6 JULY HAPPENINGS JULY MEETINGS Thursday, July 5, 6:30 p.m SAL Monday, July 9, 6:30 p.m Junior Girls Auxiliary Wednesday, July 11, 6:30 p.m. - Entertainment Committee Thursday, July 12, 7 p.m Post E-Board Thursday, July 26, 6 p.m Riders JULY MEALS Wednesday, July 4, 3 p.m Potluck Friday, July 6, 4-6 p.m ShrimpNado in Lounge Sunday, July 8, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. --- Joint VR Breakfast Friday, July 13, 5-7 p.m Steak Feed (by advance ticket sales only) Saturday, July 14, 5-7 p.m Steak Feed (by advance ticket sales only) Sat.&Sun. July am-6pm-Chicken BBQ Friday, July 27, 5-7 p.m SAL Shrimp & Fish Fry I'm baaaack...again! It's me, Shrimp-Nado, and I've proven to be such a hit I'm going to become a fairly regular monthly happening!! See me at the Post Lounge during Happy Hour, 4 6 p.m., on Friday, July 6 th. Choose from Coconut, Butterfly, Bacon-wrapped, Cocktail and maybe a few others! All served with Onion Rings. Hope to see you there! STEAK FEED RETURNS! Join us on Friday or Saturday, July 13 and 14 to enjoy a scrumptious steak dinner. Each steak is approximately 24 oz., and will be served with salad and baked potato. The price will be $13 for a solo dinner, or, you can share a steak with a spouse or friend for $16. It will include the extra sides, of course. Dinners will be served between 5 & 7 p.m. Steaks will be grilled to order. Tickets will be pre-sold in the Lounge beginning July 4 th. You will choose your seating time when you purchase the tickets. ANNUAL CHICKEN BBQ July 21 & 22 This is our biggest fund-raiser of the year! We need your help in any way you can provide it, whether that is working in setup on 7/20, preparation of sides, cooking, serving, being a runner, or, cleaning up each evening. All help is needed and appreciated. This event covers many hours, usually more than 12 per day, so if you can give even 2 4 hours of your time it will be appreciated! We are still accepting donations of charcoal, too. Each half chicken's precooked weight is over 4lbs. That's a great deal for just $8 per half or for $10, choose dinner which includes baked beans, cole slaw and a dinner roll. FISH & SHRIMP FRY Last, but definitely not least this month, is the SAL Fish & Shrimp Fry. This has become a staple of the Post line up. Serving 5-7 p.m., carry outs also available. Dinners include Clam Chowder, Cole Slaw and Fries. Dinners can be served as either all fish, all shrimp or a combo basket. Individual skewers of shrimp are also available as are pints and quarts of what is fast becoming legendary clam chowder! See you Friday, July 27 th!

7 AUGUST HAPPENINGS AUGUST MEETINGS Thursday, August 2, 6:30 p.m SAL Wednesday, August 8, 6:30 p.m Entertainment Committee Thursday, August 9, 7 p.m Post E-Board Thursday, August 23, 6 p.m Riders AUGUST MEALS Friday, August 10, 5:30 7:30 p.m Burgers & Sides, Root Beer Floats Friday, August 17, 4-6 p.m Happy Hour Chicken Tenders, Fries or Rings Saturday, August 10, Noon Post Picnic, Meat & Corn provided, bring dish to pass Friday, August 31, 5-7 p.m SAL Shrimp & Fish Fry 2 nd Annual Veterans Legacy Motorcycle Poker Ride, Saturday, August 4 Just like last year, Post 83 will be the last stop on this year's Legacy Ride. The food, camaraderie, prizes and maybe a bit of bragging will begin around 1 p.m. Be sure to stop over to see all the bikes even if you don't ride (or never have!). We're expecting an even larger number to enter the ride this year, you don't want to miss it! As with all our Post family events, volunteers are always welcome. Burgers, Potato Salad, Baked Beans & Rootbeer Float, Friday, August 10 Let's get back to basics tonight! Burgers from the gril with your choice of toppings, potato salad and beans. What more could you ask for? Root Beer Floats? Okay, you got it! Make sure you come hungry! Serving from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. This meal is brought to you by Karol & Crew. Post 83 Annual Picnic, Saturday, August 18, 12 Noon Pull-tab Bingo, 2 p.m. The Post will provide burgers, hot dogs and sweet corn, soda and beer. Please bring a dish to pass and remember your lawn chairs. Proceeds from the pull-tab bingo will go towards purchasing school supplies for children in need. FISH & SHRIMP FRY Last, but definitely not least this month, is the SAL Fish & Shrimp Fry. This has become a staple of the Post line up. Serving 5-7 p.m., carry outs also available. Dinners include Clam Chowder, Cole Slaw and Fries. Dinners can be served as either all fish, all shrimp or a combo basket. Individual skewers of shrimp are also available as are pints and quarts of what is fast becoming legendary clam chowder! See you Friday, August 31! Post Website: Facebook:

8 July 2018 American Legion Post 83, 3650 River Rd., Eugene, OR Phone: Hours: Sun. 2-7 pm, Mon - Thur. & Sat. 2-9 pm, Fri pm Happy Hour: Monday - Friday 4-6 pm Let's Eat! Breakfast 9 1 pm, Dinners 5:30-7:30 pm. Special Occasion Sunday Brunches 10 am 2 pm Special Dinners as Announced Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Breakfast Schooner, 8 a.m. 4 Happy July 4th! Potluck 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. Steak Feed ticket sales begin 5 SAL Meeting 6:30 p.m. 6 Happy Hour Shrimp-NADO & Onion Rings 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. 7 Firecracker Bull Ride Meet at Post 6 p.m. 8 Joint VR Breakfast 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 9 Junior Auxiliary Mtg. 6:30 p.m Entertainment Committee Mtg. 6:30 p.m. 12 Post E-Board Mtg. 7 p.m. 13 STEAK FEED 5:00 p.m. Advance ticket purchase required. See article. 14 STEAK FEED 5:00 p.m. Advance ticket purchase required. See article No Dinner, please help set up for chicken feed. CHICKEN BBQ Riders Brunch & Ride CHICKEN BBQ Riders Mtg. 6 p.m. SAL Fish & Shrimp Fry 5 p.m. - 7 p.m Independence Day, also referred to as the Fourth of July or July Fourth, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, The Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies regarded themselves as a new nation, the United States of America, and were no longer part of the British Empire.

9 August 2018 American Legion Post 83, 3650 River Rd., Eugene, OR Phone: Hours: Sun. 2-7 pm, Mon - Thur. & Sat. 2-9 pm, Fri pm Happy Hour: Monday - Friday 4-6 pm Let's Eat! Breakfast 9 1 pm, Dinners 5:30-7:30 pm. Special Occasion Sunday Brunches 10 am 2 pm Special Dinners as Announced Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat SAL Meeting 6:30 p.m. Riders Veterans Legacy Poker Run 12 Noon Breakfast Schooner 8 a.m. 8 Entertainment Committee Mtg. 6:30 p.m. 9 Post E-Board Mtg. 7 p.m. 10 Burgers & Sides w/root Beer Floats for dessert 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Karol and Crew Joint VR Breakfast 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Happy Hour Chicken Tenders, Fries or Onion Rings 4 6 p.m. Post Picnic Noon Bring a dish to share Bingo, 2 p.m Riders Mtg. 6 p.m Laura & Ed's Wedding 3:30 p.m SAL Fish & Shrimp Fry 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Proceeds to Veterans Legacy Camp Alma

10 July-August 2018 Newsletter American Legion Post 83 P.O. Box Eugene, OR Return Service Requested NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION U.S. POSTAGE PAID EUGENE, OR PERMIT NO. 167

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