Quartermaster’s Update (December 2021)

By Harold Rodenberger We are nearing the end of another year. Thanksgiving has come and gone and Christmas and other year-end holidays are on the near horizon. Our Thanksgiving social was a successful merging of in-person and take-away dining. The reservation system that is now necessary, worked well and Chef Kay’s dinner was superb, as usual. As long-ago social editors used to write, “A good time was had by all.”…

Commander’s Corner (December 2021)

Happy holidays…and a Christmas wish! As we are about to close out yet another Covid year and become immersed in the Christmas holiday season that heralds in the New Year, I would personally like to extend a very “MERRY CHRISTMAS” wish to each and everyone of you! As you know, next week will be our last business meeting of the year, and with that I do have a special Christmas…

Quartermaster’s Update (November 2021)

Some quick notes as we head into November. We have decided to hold the November, and future business meetings (until further notice) in person with a Zoom option. Members and guests who are fully vaccinated may attend in person, others please tune in via Zoom, using the directions that are elsewhere in this newsletter. We are running way behind in drawing for free life memberships from those who have attended…

Quartermaster’s Update (October 2021)

Please note! Our meeting on 10/7/21 will be conducted on Zoom only. Zoom connect info is elsewhere in this paper and on our website.   Our Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser will be conducted in person unless there is a change in guidance from Gov. Inslee or King County. Only vaccinated will be allowed to attend in person. There are two events to remember this month. First, our shredder truck date is…

Commander’s Corner (October 2021)

Comrades, I know this must feel a bit like Bill Murray’s Groundhog Day movie but we must keep our collective heads up and continue moving forward. This second dose of Covid-19 masking will pass too. In the meantime, however, we must continue with the masking in accordance with the mandated state requirements. Who knows if this will be short lived or not, but erring on the side of caution, it…