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Fraud Emails

Started this discussion. Last reply by Myboysmom Dec 1, 2016. 1 Reply

There has been another fraud email (Phishing email) posing as Navy Federal Credit Union. Please share with your sailors and loved ones that the Navy Federal Credit Union WILL NEVER send an email…Continue

Meet and Greet Security

Started this discussion. Last reply by lemonelephant Aug 5, 2015. 1 Reply

In light of the recent events in Chattanooga, we have instituted a sign-in checklist for the meet and greet each Thursday. On the event pages I can not see your real name or the actual number of…Continue

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Welcome Navy Families. RSVP on http://www.mynavytaxi.com/events.html REQUIRED IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO ATTEND THE MEET AND GREET.

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Mynavybaby commented on OldSarge's event 'Graduation Meet and Greet 12/07/17'
"My son is scheduled to graduate Dec 15th I arrive at 4:15 on the 14th. Can I go straight from the airport to the meet and greet,even if I’m late?"
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B'sNukeMoM⚓️MM commented on OldSarge's event 'Meet and Greet Thursday 11-08-17 Great Lakes Graduation'
"I saw a post on FB that Sarge was involved in a motor vehicle accident this morning in his cab - the update is that he was being taken to the hospital but he hopes to be released in time for tonight's meet & greet.  Please say a prayer…"
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SARGE'S MEET AND GREET at SUNDANCE SALOON WAUKEGAN

June 7, 2012 from 5:30pm to 9pm
 SARGE'S MEET AND GREETWELCOME NAVY MOMS-DADS-FRIENDS-FAMILYJoin us for our FREE MEET AND GREETat the Sundance Saloon – EVERY THURSDAY 5:30PM-9:00PMFREE FOOD – DANCING - $2 Domestic Beers (on Thursday Meet and Greets only)FREE TRANSPORTATION from local hotels see online PDF FREE DINNER COUPON (NOT VALID FOR STEAK DINNERS) FOR YOUR SAILOR AT TRATTORIA’S RESTAURANT THAT WEEKENDCall 847.212.0246  FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONProudly Sponsored by Sarge, Trattoria Restaurant and the Sundance SaloonGUEST SPEAKER (when available)  - TONS OF INFORMATION ABOUT THE PIR - TIPS ON HOW TO SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUR HERE AND GREAT TIPS TO PASS ON TO FUTURE VISITORS. ALL FREE - Wednesday "meet and greets" when there is a Thursday PIR. Dress warm.  Thank you all. Upcoming graduations see http://www.bootcamp.navy.mil/upcoming_grads.aspI appreciate all the kind words. The Sundance Saloon supports our troops. Don't forget to bring the guys their boxer…See More
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Latest Sarge's survival Guide

Good morning to all our Navy Family.i just completed the survival guide. All links have been double checked. This is a major change. Please take the time to read and pass on to our new members.SincerelyJohn SpadaroU.S. Army Retired.SURVIVAL_GUIDE102317a.pdfSee More
Oct 24

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A little about me:
Welcome Navy Moms, Dads, Family, and Friends:

Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is John Spadaro (Aka Sarge). I proudly served our country for twenty years of active duty and retired as a Sergeant First Class, U.S. Army. I have lived in the Great Lakes Area for over 36 years. Some of you may ask, why did a kid from Brooklyn New York retire in Gurnee? Well there is a simple answer. My wife of 41 years and I fell in love with this area when I was Stationed at Great Lakes/Fort Sheridan. We have seen this area change over the years for the better. I support our troops and their family members the best I can. Every year I am involved with the Adopt a Sailor program. See the photos on face book. My face book can be found by searching for "Sarge John Spadaro" I also host a FREE Navy Moms & Dads, Meet and Greet every Thursday before the P.I.R. On occasion I host one on a Wednesday when graduation is on a Thursday such as during the Christmas/New Year’s holidays. The Meet and Greet is free for all who are attending the Graduation. The meet and Greet starts at 5:00 PM and normally ends at 9:00 PM. It is more than an informal gathering. I show a short video and answer questions about the area; I also give you excellent information regarding the graduation that you won’t find anywhere else. Also I provide excellent buffet style food at my expense. The Sundance Saloon provides me the space for free. Beverages are the only thing you have to pay out of pocket. Here are some of the questions that many parents call me or email me (JOHNSPADARO@ATT.NET) If YOU NEED TRANSPORTATION to and from THE AIRPORTS please feel free to call me at 847-212-0246. I own a taxi service and we provide transportation 24/7 ANYWHERE to meet all your needs.

Question: Sarge, what is the best hotel to stay at and why? Answer: I highly recommend the Marriott Spring Hill Suites in Waukegan, or any of the other Marriott’s in the Area of Waukegan or Gurnee. The Spring Hill Suites is a modern hotel and is located in the Fountain Square shopping Plaza. It is only steps from the Sundance saloon where I host the Meet and Greet, and you can walk to restaurants, Wal-Mart, Denny’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chipotles, Chili’s, and Sweet Tomatoes’ and other businesses. Always check reviews before booking your hotel!

Question: How do I get from the airport to my Hotel? Answer: Be very careful – City Taxi fares from O’Hare to the suburbs will cost approximate $96.00 From Midway or Milwaukee, it cost $160.00. ONE WAY!! If you think I am exaggerating, read the Navy for Moms horror stories. However, there is a solution. I own my own Taxi service and have seven drivers on my team. Our rates from O’Hare are only $99.00 ROUND TRIP for the cab, not per person, to any hotel in North Chicago, Waukegan. From Midway or Milwaukee it is only $159 per cab ROUND TRIP . If you search on Navy for Moms for “Sarge's” you will see many positive comments about me and my drivers. As an added bonus, anyone who hires us from the airport to their hotel, we provide a free ride to the P.I.R. on Friday morning. We are a full service for both local and long distance service.
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Here are the RSVP so far for this week. The food will be ordered tomorrow so if you have not RSVPed please do so by 12:00 noon Wednesday at this link http://www.mynavytaxi.com/events.html

DIV # RSVP
267 Total 45
268 Total 22
269 Total 67
270 Total 18
271 Total 28
272 Total 37
273 Total 57
274 Total 25
940 Total 39
Grand Total 338

I suggest that you arrive early. There is no reserved seating - if you want to sit as a division I suggest you bring your own RESERVED signs with your division number on them.See the picture below. The event will be held downstairs not UPSTAIRS as the previous two weeks.

Sarge John L. Spadaro's photo.
Sarge John L. Spadaro's photo.
Sarge John L. Spadaro's photo.

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Latest Sarge's survival Guide

Posted on October 24, 2017 at 8:18am 0 Comments

Good morning to all our Navy Family.

i just completed the survival guide. All links have been double checked. This is a major change. Please take the time to read and pass on to our new members.

Sincerely

John Spadaro

U.S. Army Retired.

SURVIVAL_GUIDE102317a.pdf

 
 
 

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