As we inch closer to warmer weather and attempt to put winter behind us, I hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. As much as we miss our daily and social activities, it is important to ensure the health and well being of ourselves and those around us. We are cautiously putting events back to some form of normalcy. But we can only complete these events with your help and keeping in mind the safety of all involved. Together, we will get through this.
March brings the nomination of officers with elections being held in April. I hope to see you at these meetings and welcome your input to make our Post the best it can possibly be.
I would also like to thank our members and volunteers who tirelessly work day in and day out. Without them we could never accomplish so much. I hope to see you soon!
“We can only know how strong we are when we strive and thrive beyond the challenges we face.”
If you haven’t renewed your membership for 2020 please do so right away to keep our membership current. Our membership is currently at 93.37 percent. We are on the way to 100% again this year. Let’s make it happen!
I want to encourage you to return the Building Fund Envelope with whatever you can contribute to help/fix things in need of repair at your Post.
Quartermaster, Charles Savidge
Service Officers Report
Please contact the Post if you know of either a Post or Auxiliary member that is sick or deceased so that appropriate action can be taken. Also, be sure and notify the Post when a member is hospitalized at SMC. The Post will pay a maximum of $50 per year of TV for any of our members during their hospital stay.
Reported sick/or in Care:
Samaritan Hospital: Jerry McGraw, John Rae
In Memoriam: Ronald Booth, Peter Augustine
Membership Report for 2020
Total 302 Projected By HQS