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photo by Cindy Cornwell A ceremony to dispose of unservable flags was held on Saturday, August 3rd at the American Legion Post #241, 7605 Bluffton Road, Waynedale.POST 241 PRESENTS SCHOLARSHIPS

$1,000 scholarships were presented to five area students attending college. The names were announced Tuesday night, August 13, 2002 at the Post's monthly general meeting. None of the winners were present to personally accept the checks. The Scholarship winners were: Kandace Doty of Pine Mills Road, who is attending the School of Cosmetology in Fort Wayne; Daniel Pyle of Trentman Road, who is attending Ball State University; Ryan Meek of St. Louis Avenue, who is attending Indiana University; Joshua Trenary of Muldoon Road, who is attending Ball State University; and Robert Rathsack of Hidden Ridge Drive, Milford, Ohio, who is attending Ohio University. Good luck winners; make the American Legion proud of you; the checks are in the mail.

 

FLAG ETIQUETTE

(From LET'S BE RIGHT ON FLAG ETIQUETTE – page 18)

Question: Should the Flag be used for advertising purposes?

Answer: No. The Flag should never be used for advertising purposes in any manner whatsoever. This is not to say that businesses cannot fly or display the Flag.

Question: May the Flag of the United States be used on a return label?

Answer: No. The Flag should not be printed on anything that is designed for temporary use. A return label is designed for temporary use and discard.

Question: Why is the use of the Flag permitted on a postage stamp?

Answer: The use of the Flag on a postage stamp is authorized by the United States Postal Service under rules set forth by the Executive Department of the Federal government.

 

POST 241 FAMILY FESTIVAL DAY

Who: Families of the members of Post 241

What: Family Festival Day

When: Sunday, August 18th,2002 12noon to 6pm – Post open to the public

Where: At the Post, 7605 Bluffton Road, Waynedale

Note: Moon Walk, Crab Races, Clowns, Refreshments, Caricatures by Darlene, Children's Games, Door Prizes (bicycles; 3 boys and 3 girls; plus all kinds of toys for the kids), Entertainment, Three Commander's from Indianapolis. – Brite-Eyes Catering-Chicken & Center cut pork tenderloin, baked beans, potato salad, cole slaw & roll – Adults $6, Children 12 and under $3.

NOTE: FREE MEAL WITH PAID UP 2003 DUES

SONS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION SPONSORED BUS TRIP TO INDY FOOTBALL GAME

What: Bus Trip to Colts vs. Dolphins Game at Indianapolis

When: Sunday, September 15, 2002 at 7:30am sharp – return at 7pmWhere: Bus leaves from Legion Post 241 parking lot-7605 Bluffton Road Cost: $75 (includes bus trip, ticket, tailgate party, brats, hamburgers, beer, pop, chips, and games on bus.)

See Jim Michell 747-3019

AMERICAN LEGION POST 241 WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

Sundays – Bingo

Tuesdays - Meetings

Wednesdays - Karaoke

BECKER'S BACK - Linda Becker will be back on Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2002; Limber up your vocal cords and come on out.

Thursdays - Weekly Draw

Fridays - Fish Fry/Specials/Live Bands


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