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SARGE'S BOOT CAMP GRADUATION MEET AND GREET PIR 03-31-17

Event Details

SARGE'S BOOT CAMP GRADUATION MEET AND GREET PIR 03-31-17

Time: March 30, 2017 from 5pm to 9pm
Location: Lakehurst Event Center
Street: 300 LAKEHURST ROAD
City/Town: WAUKEGAN
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
Phone: 847-212-0246
Event Type: meet, and, greet
Organized By: OldSarge
Latest Activity: Mar 28

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Event Description

Boot Camp Graduation Meet and Greet 03-30-17

Basic information about the meet and greet: Although we provided over nineteen thousand free meals to our Navy families in 2016, we kindly ask for your voluntary contributions to offset our out-of-pocket expenses.  Please plan to attend even without contributing if you like. We will also have raffle baskets, If you’d like to bring a basket, either your choice, or themed to your home state, please do so. If you’re contributing a basket, please download the basket form on our website www.mynavytaxi.com/goodies.html

In case you are interested or wondering, we have no financial stake in the venue, the Lakehurst Corporate Center. They do, however; donate the entire first floor of their corporate center to our Navy families each week.  My wife and I cover the outside catered food, labor, and cleaning expenses.  Alcohol is available for purchase, if you so choose. We believe in paying forward and your kind support through kind donations and raffle tickets insures that the future Navy families will have the same opportunity to attend this gala event like you do. It is always a fun and informative night, so thank you in advance!

Please pass the word around to other guest at your hotel as they may not be aware of the event. Children are allowed. No contribution or donation is required to eat however; your generous - heartfelt contributions, are needed so my family and I can continue to do this event for our new Navy families each week. Dress is very casual.

Seating is by division numbers. When you enter the lobby, please sign in at the guest table and make your name tag with your name and your sailor’s division number. The division signs will be on the railings. There is one LARGE round table reserved for physically challenged individuals in the front. There is no other reserved seating other than by division, first come, first served. There will a few tables reserved for the Great Lakes “A” school students and special guest. Please respect the “reserved signs”

Last but not least - the buffet line will remain open until all the food is gone. The contribution box is located at the head of the buffet table. Beverages are provided at the bar for a reasonable cost, Please drink responsibly.  

AGENDA

5:00 PM Guests arrive - cash bar - Dancing & Greeting

6:15 PM Invocation 

6:30 PM Buffet line is opened.  During dinner there will be a film on Boot Camp, Battle Stations 21, and the continuous slide show on what to expect this weekend.

7:25 PM - Pledge of Allegiance and Flag Tribute

7:35 PM - Tribute to Veterans and National Anthem

7:50: PM Overview of important slides that were shown during dinner including shortcuts to graduation hall which will save you an hour of waiting on line at Buckley road. ** Maps and the PowerPoint Presentation can be found at on the goodies page click here

8:15  PM - Basket raffles

If you need any additional information contact me at 847-212-0246. You can find me on face-book by searching for “Sarge John L. Spadaro” and feel free to add me as a friend.

If you need reasonable transportation to or from the airports, please go to my website  http://www.mynavytaxi.com/reservations.html  My team and I can handle any request for transportation to and from the airports, including all your local travel and midnight runs to see your sailor off at the airport when they depart for "A" school. Thank you and Welcome to our Navy Family. 

Please RSVP at this link Click here to RSVP

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Comment by OldSarge on March 28, 2017 at 9:47pm

Please check the latest survival guide located at www.mynavytaxi.com/goodies.html ;

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