4 December, Post 1814, friends and neighbors enjoyed supper and some Christmas cheer. We collected nearly 26 presents for children of Anetrice House. L-R: Dave Ricklis, PC Bruce Dull, Harriett Dull, Jay Skaggs, Crystal Hudson, Dave Ray, Jack Gordon, Angie and James Schiaffino (the writer of many articles for the Patriot) Kay and Bill Morice and Regina Ray.
1 February, Burns Night, and the 5th Anniversary of Post 1814. We were joined by our program partners, Wreaths Across America, Post 2, St. Andrews of Baltimore and St. Andrews of Mid-Maryland as well as the Department of Veteran’s Affairs and The MCVET Center for homeless Veterans. We were entertained by the Crawford Family Dancers: Nicole and Peter, Gregan, Jude, Branana, Sunniva. The two older girls compete nationally.
Post 1814 sponsored 68 wreaths for veteran graves at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens in Cockeysville. The event was supported by nearly 18 members, families and friends. Color Guard: Color Sgt. Michael Warren, Jack Gordon, Jack Polk, Eric Bell, and Dave Ray and Mark Wardlaw of Post 2 for the Dedication Ceremony
Burns Night Supper Post 1814 paused to remember and honor our military with the Armed Force’s medley and a tolling of the bells 22 times. L-R: Wm. Johnson, Dale Green/Stuart Blair, Chuck Scott, Lauraileen O’Connor and Bill Elliott.
Post 1814 Burns Night Supper, William Elliott addresses the Haggis.
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