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Volume 41

Issues 11 & 12

November/December 2019



Electronic Newsletter Update

As previously explained, those of you who received the newsletter electronically by email two months ago will not find a hard copy in your mailbox unless you have emailed a request to keep the hard copy coming. REMEMBER: If you wish to continue receiving the black-and-white copy by regular postal mail instead of the color PDF, please email that request to Thanks again for helping to keep expenses low for your Post!




American Legion Commander Post 10

Commander’s Corner

Our next big event at Boulder Post 10 will be our annual celebration of Veterans Day on Monday, November 11, 2019. Come join us as we celebrate with a formal program at the Legion’s Reception Hall. The program begins at 11:00 am. I encourage all of our Legion Family members and guests to attend. Please watch the Weekly Blast and the Post bulletin board for details.

Veterans Day, originally Armistice Day, marked the end of World War I. That long and bloody conflict officially ended on November 11, 1918. Since then, November 11th has been the day our nation remembers the many sacrifices war requires. One hundred years ago, the world hoped World War I would be the war to end all wars. In the hundred years since then, veterans know America has needed its citizens to remain vigilant.

As we enter the last two months of 2019, here are a couple reminders:

• Daylight savings time ends on Sunday, November 3rd. You can enjoy an extra hour of sleep if you set your clocks back an hour when you retire on Saturday night, November 2nd; and

• Take the opportunity to vote in the off-year election in early November. There are few issues on this year’s ballot. Remember that for the Boulder County election, you don’t need to visit polling places to vote. Simply mail your completed ballot in early or you can deliver it no later than the fifth of November to have it counted.

At this time, our Senior Vice Commander, Junior Vice Commander, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Historian officer positions are open and can be filled by appointment. If any Legion member is interested in helping lead Post 10 in any of the above positions, please let me know. We need everyone’s support and involvement to keep our Post strong and healthy.

As always, come visit the Post and say “Hello”. This is your Post. Tim Stevens, his staff, and the entertainment committee do an outstanding job of planning events in the Lounge for everyone to enjoy. We need your continuing support and participation to make this a successful year at Post 10.

In the near future, the Post’s septic tank cover, that’s been an eyesore for these many months, will be replaced by something functional and beautiful. Tim Stevens has worked with our Post 10 family to design a landscaped area surrounding the septic tank that will both protect the area from harm and inspire visitors and members. When it’s finished, please come talk with us about it and let us know what you think.

Finally, as we approach the end of 2019, remember those currently serving in the armed forces who will be far from their loved ones this holiday season. Pray that they will soon return home unharmed.

For God and Country, 

—Don Eldhart, Commander





Unit 10 Auxiliary President

How can it be holiday time already?

Breakfasts will continue through the end of the year, so get in and enjoy them while you can. Many thanks to the wonderful women and their team mates for volunteering their precious time and talents.

The auxiliary Christmas party will be held after our December meeting. All members are invited to join our festivities. Please bring a gift ($15) for our exchange and something yummy to share.

Calling all kids! Tell your parents that you want to come to our Children’s Christmas Party and get your picture taken with Santa. There will be presents and games and treats!

Watch your blast for updates and menus each week.

Please stop in and join us. A great time is guaranteed!

—Lynne Duguay





SAL Squadron 10 Commander

Sunday, Oct 27th—The SAL is cooking up Eggs Benedict from 10:00 am-noon. Only $8/plate. Come out for some good food and good fun with friends!

Friday, Nov 1st—SAL Steak Night from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm. Only $15. Music on the jukebox. No band this time, we’re trying something new. Let’s have some fun!

Sunday, Nov 17th—SAL Pool Tournament/Wing Ding. 2:00 pm. Six wings for only $6 and several choices for sauces. Come and try a couple of different ones, or enjoy your favorite! 

Sunday, Nov 24th—SAL breakfast bagel sandwiches by Rod Mohney. 10:00 am-noon. Only $8. Rod makes up some awesome breakfast sandwiches!

Friday, Dec 6th—SAL Steak Night dinner from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm. Come enjoy chef John’s wonderful steaks! Band from 7:00 pm-9:00 pm, to be announced later. 

Sunday, Dec 8th—Pool Tournament/Wing Ding. 2:00 pm. Come on out and have some fun before the holiday rush.  

Sunday, Dec 29th—No breakfast. Happy New Year!

First steak night of the new year may be the second week thereof... stay tuned for more.   

Thanks for your support throughout the years. Let’s have some fun!

—Jason Towner





Notes from the Lounge:

Holy cow. Where has the time gone? The holidays are just around the corner. 

We have some fun events coming up for the holidays at the Club, and as always, we could use the help of our members to get involved to keep the ball rolling and keep our Club active and enjoyable for us all. Our events seem to fall on the shoulders of the same group of volunteers. It is really time for the membership of the Post to help out and get involved with some of the events and spread the workload. Many hands make for less work, so come on out and get involved! It is your Post, too.

Take some time to get to know your fellow members and help us keep our Post alive and well. Feel free to come and volunteer for a breakfast or dinner—or even a lunch you would like to share.

We would like to welcome our new bartender Kyra to the Club. Come on out and say hi.

Keep your eye on the board at the Club and your newsletter for more details on upcoming events.

From all of us behind the bar, thanks for your support.

— Tim, Pam, Ann, Sandy, Yvonne, Julie, Jen and Kyra





VFW Post 807 Commander

We will have a float in the Longmont Veterans Parade on Veterans Day, Nov 11 at 11am.

Our newly formed Honor Guard conducted a military funeral at Broomfield Cemetery on Sept. 27.

We are planning to start a Veterans Retreat Camp on a mountain with 300 acres overlooking Boulder Valley. Therapeutic activities may include horseback riding, archery, star parties, rock climbing, geocaching and basketball/tennis. 

Our next meeting will be Saturday, Nov 2, at 2 pm at the legion.

—Roy George





40/8 Voiture Locale 766

I hope all are well. Summer is past and winter is just about here. We hope it will be a mild winter. 

The November meeting is scheduled at Firestone Post 1985, Thursday, November 21 at 6:00 pm and meeting at 7:00 pm. We hope to see you there.

—Jerry Hedke, Chef De Garr Voiture 766

American Legion Boulder Post #10, 4760 28th Street, Boulder, CO 80301 • 303-442-9551

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