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Post Auxiliary talks plans for take-out dinner

The John T. Murray Post 1017 Auxiliary met recently. The meeting was called to order by Pat Rabb, president. COVID restrictions were in place.

Robin Richmond read the minutes from the last meeting and were approved. Pat Kibbe read the treasurer’s report and was filed subject to audit.

It was recorded that there are two new members whose applications were sent in. Anyone interested in joining can call Pat 341-1328 for information and application. Prospective members must have a mother, father, grandfather, grandmother, sister, brother, husband or wife who served in an overseas war.

The auxiliary is holding a take-out-only meatloaf dinner on March 24, at the post, 111-113 Deer St., Dunkirk, Dinner includes meatloaf mash potatoes, vegetables, salad roll and dessert for $10. Pre-sale tickets are available at the post. Tickets will also be at the door. Dinner will be served from 5 to 7, though post officials say plan to arrive early because the dinners usually sell out fast.

Rabb said reports to the department will be going out in March. The spring conference is cancelled and will be on Zoom. More information will be given as soon as the department emails it out.

Election of officers will be held at the first meeting in April. Anyone in the auxiliary may run for an office. Those unable to attend that meeting must send a letter of intent to the president before that date. Anyone who has a change of name or address should let Rabb know so it can be recorded.

The next meeting will be held March 1 at 6 p.m.

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