Flu season is here again … combine your shot with a COVID vaccination and reduce your worries.
Last month (October) we had our first get-together at Luna’s for salad and pizza; a good time was had just by meeting once again.
United Lodges of the San Joaquin meeting will be December 11 at the Hanford Historical Society building, so let Carol Watson know if you will be attending. Rides to Hanford can be arranged.
For our November meeting we are planning to meet again for a no-host meeting at Luna’s; stay tuned to your phone
Roma Lodge #1573 officially began meeting again at our September meeting. Since then, we have met in October and had our Columbus Day celebration at Mooney’s Grove Park in Visalia. Our December Christmas party and meeting will be held on December 5th.
Roma Lodge #1573 officially started meeting again at the September meeting. Although, the lodge has met informally since May-2021 members decided it was time to start meeting in an official capacity in September. Nearly 60 members were on hand to share a delicious dinner of pizza and chicken wings. During the business section of the meeting the group started the planning process for the upcoming Columbus Day celebration in October, scheduling fundraisers and annual holiday events.
The Tulare City Council and Mayor Dennis A. Mederos
The Hanford Lodge #1543 is offering its customers a spaghetti/meatball dinner and sauce on October 24,2021 to be held at the Hanford Fraternal Hall. Take out (drive-thru) only from 12 noon until 3 p.m. This is the first activity to be held by the group since October 2020. The Lodge is hoping to resume business as usual in the coming months.
The Watsonville Lodge #2016 was thrilled to be able to host its 7th Annual Bob Moresco Memorial Chicken BBQ on Sunday, July 18. The proceeds for this event are to support our scholarship program. The event took place at the Corralitos Padres facility in Corralitos, CA. We were entertained by Joe Simoni and his accordion music as he strolled among our guests
Roger Serpa, our Pitmaster, and his crew served up a perfectly grilled half chicken, our members, Cheryl Daughenbaugh and Diana Keith prepared a tossed green salad with artichokes, Janey’ cooked up a pot homemade chili beans; dessert included cookies and ice cream bars.
Our guests included Vera Girolami, Past Grand Lodge President and Hon. Al Girolami, Pauline Richmond, State Vice
Who would ever have thought that wearing (or not wearing) a mask could be so difficult? And, that same thought can be applied to getting a health protecting vaccination? Kaiser Hospital reports that those people that have had the full COVID-19 vaccinations are experiencing a near zero possibility of death as compared to a 1.6% chance of death (USA statistic) for the unvaccinated. Also, be aware that the ordinary flu season is upon us, and Kaiser has already started their program.
Last month (September) we had the first United Lodges of the San Joaquin luncheon meeting, presided by our vice-president Pauline Richmond;
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