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Valentine’s Prime Rib Dinner Dance with “The Spoke & Throttle Band”
The American Legion Post 51 is hosting a Valentine’s Prime Rib Dinner Dance featuring The Spoke & Throttle Bandon Saturday, February 9th. The dinner includes prime rib and all the fixings.
ONLY 100 Tickets will be sold for this Prime Rib Dinner that will be served between 6:00 pm and 7:30 pm.The tickets MUST BE purchased in advance for $15/person. TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW. Please see the bartender in the Canteen at the Epping Legion (679-8320). Tickets will be sold until they run out or until the cutoff date of February 5.
This ticket does include entrance to the dance that will begin at 8 pm. The Spoke & Throttle Band will be playing classic rock’n roll music. Grab your honey and come on down for a great dinner and a rock’n good time!
If you miss out on the dinner tickets or you just want to attend the dance which starts at 8 pm, the cost is $8/person at the door. A cash bar will be open. The event will be held in the non-smoking Harry Bradshaw Memorial Hall of the American Legion on Route 125 in Epping (across from Telly’s Restaurant ). All are welcome!
For more information please call Janet at 603-944-3288.
Comedy Show Fundraiser at the Epping Legion on February 23rd at 8 pm
The American Legion Post 51 Family in Epping is hosting a Fundraising Benefit on Saturday, February 23rd, at 8 pm for Judy and Rick Pelletier of Epping. Judy has ongoing health issues that have resulted in escalating medical bills.Proceeds from this fundraiser are to help Judy and Rick offset these expenses.Judy is a former President of the Auxiliary and Rick is a former Commander of Post 51.They both have been long-time active members of the Post including chairing the Activities Committee for many years.During that time they spearheaded many fundraisers for both veteran and child and youth programs. This is our time to give back to them.
On February 23rd at 8 pm there will be a trio of stand-up comedians featuring Jerry Caruso co-founder of “Comics for a Cure.” Jerry is also a celebrity impressionist and a songwriter. He’s been seen at Comedy Factory, Comedy Connection Mgt. and Maine Event comedy clubs. Jerry has opened for Larry “the Cable Guy” and Lisa Lampinelli.Bob Sheehy will be performing.He has opened up for Meatloaf, the Temptations, Dane Cook and Tommy Chong and has been seen at Caroline’s Comedy and The Comic Strip, NYC. Bill Slemmer is an avid performer for “Comics for a Cure.” He was born in Philly and then moved to Winchendon, MA - why? Only he knows the truth! Come out to hear about his married life and how he actually survives living in Winchendon.
TICKETS ARE $12 IN ADVANCE PURCHASED IN THE LEGION CANTEEN OR $15 AT THE DOOR ON THE NIGHT OF THE SHOW.DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 PM. SHOW STARTS AT 8 PM. There will be a 50/50 and raffles. A cash bar will be open. The event will be held in the non-smoking Harry Bradshaw Memorial Hall of the American Legion on Route 125 in Epping (across from Telly’s Restaurant). For more information, please call Rob at 603-944-5485.