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Deadline for OCAL  Lavigne  Scholarship April 4, 2017 - if you need a copy of the
Lavigne  Scholarship application or the Post 348 Scholarship application email to request.
12th Annual Ocean County Golf Outing- May 11, 2017
See Bill or Kelly Murphy (Golf Central) for info.  Sponsorships Needed!
The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, mutual-help war-time veteran’s organization.  The American Legion is a community-service organization which now numbers nearly 3 million members – men and woman – nearly 15,000 American Legion Posts worldwide.  These Posts are organized into 55 Departments – one each for the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, France, Mexico and the Philippines. 
American Legion Brick Post 348 is located on the banks of the beautiful Metedeconk River in Brick New Jersey.  Post 348 has over 1300 members making the membership one of the largest in New Jersey.  Active and involved, the dedicated Veterans, Auxiliary, S.A.L., and Legion Riders always seem to have a plan for fun and fund raising in the works. 
Post 348 Commander
Skip Amundson

American Legion Brick Memorial Post 348

822 Mantoloking Road

Brick, New Jersey 08723

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Ocean County AL and 348 Host Women Veterans Dinner
On Thursday March 23, Brick Memorial Post 348 led by Commander Skip Amundson opened the hall to female veterans.  Mary Karpowich was our senior veteran in house, born in 1920, and having served in WWII.  Our friends came from all over Ocean County to support the event.  Guests included Ocean County Freeholder Director Joe Vicari, Freeholder Ginny Haines, Ocean County Director of Veteran Services, John Dorrity, AL Department Commander Roger Gengaro and ANEC Chuck Robbins and DEC Ray Miller.  The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Congressman Tom MacArthur Representative, Bob Smyth  and Ronnie Brooks who helped kick the evening off with a soul stirring National Anthem. While the formalities took place, owner of Brick Oven Pizza, Chef Jack McGrath was performing magic in the kitchen to feed our hungry guests.  Christine Carty help keep the flow of service running from the kitchen as the Juniors served up the yummy fair. SAL Commander Bill Murphy kept beverage service until the whole room was paved with smiles.
Proclamations celebrating March 2017 as Women Veterans Month were delivered from the Office of the Governor, The Office of the Ocean County Freeholders and the 3rd Congressional Districts. 
Untold thank you's to 348 AUX  President Sue Barros for her tutelage in event planning, the 348 Legionnaires, AUX, SAL,  RIDERS, Ocean County AL, VFW 8867 Auxiliary, all the County's Post Commanders  for their generous donations of time and money , as this Family once again came together to host a great night!