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USMC Birthday Breakfast - Nov 8th Post 80 EnfieldPrint

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The American Legion Post 80 of Enfield Connecticut will be hosting the 4th Annual United States Marine Corps “SOS” Birthday Breakfast on Saturday November 8, 2014

at 0900 Please join us in celebrating the Corps 239th birthday while supporting the

US. Marines Reserves Toys for Tots program.



There are only 250 tickets available so act now!

The cost is $20 which includes:

SOS, Eggs, Potatoes, Toast, Sausage, Bacon Danish, Coffee, Juice and Good Times

To receive tickets send your request to:

American Legion Post 80

Attn: Brian

566 Enfield Street

Enfield, CT 06082



For additional info please email: brian.delano@cox.net or call 860-741-6711



Make checks or money orders payable to “AL Post 80 SOS breakfast” and must be received by October 31, 2014.

Your tickets will be mailed upon receipt of your check.

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