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*See below rules of engagement!
Note, the kitchen closes at 9pm.
Post 160 will be open on Thanksgiving Day
November 26, 2020
from Noon until 3 PM.
Chef David Shoffner will prepare and serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal in the Social Quarters including:
Roasted and Smoked Turkey
Dressing, Gravy & Cranberry Sauce
Volunteers to help set up are welcome to arrive around 11:30 AM. Volunteers to help clean up afterward will be appreciated.
There is no charge for dinner and dinner is open to anyone.
Post Commander Wade Lnenicka invites you to join him, his wife Robin, and the Legion Family to give thanks for our many blessings.
Enjoy the fellowship with your friends at the Post as we enter the Holiday Season.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!
Friday, Nov. 27
Dinner: Fried Shrimp with Hush Puppies, French Fries, and coleslaw. ($14 per meal)
Entertainment: Karaoke from 7-11 PM with Reggie Davis & Christine Hulsey.
Tom Galvin will provide a special show at 8 PM.
Saturday, Nov. 28
Dinner: London Broil, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, and a Vegetable ($15/meal)
Entertainment: Karaoke 7 - 11 PM led by Christine Hulsey.
Club Manager Rodney Turner will have Truly Hard Seltzer in assorted Berry Flavors ($3.50 each).
Tickets are on sale for a Cheer Basket raffle.
All dinners must be ordered by 9 PM and order early before the limited dinner specials are sold out. "First Come, First Served." (No "reserving" a meal for later.)
WIFI - If you haven't heard...
IT Officer Dan Campbell installed new Wi-Fi at the post that is faster and easier to use. Please reset your device settings next time you are at the Post. The Network is called: AL Post 160. The Password to join the network is posted on the board in the
*RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
Wearing a face mask is required by an Executive Order of the Mayor of Smyrna.
We are all in this together and that includes being selfish and keeping our germs to ourselves!
See the Mask Mandate below.
If you want to come for dinner but want to avoid the crowds, come at 5pm and enjoy an early (and quiet) dinner. The Social Quarters begin to get crowded at 7pm.
As a benefit to members and guests, Post 160 is conducting contact tracing therefore, EVERYONE must check-in at our health-check station, located in the entry hallway before enjoying activities at the Post.
Post 160 is very appreciative of the Georgia Honor Guard and its members who help monitor the entrance to the Social Quarters.
If you are interested in helping staff the check-in station, reach out to Commander Lnenicka: