6483 State Road, Parma, Ohio 44134
Welcome to
Joseph J. Jacubic
Post #572
"For God and Country"
Post Newsletter
“For God and Country”
The American Legion, Joseph J. Jacubic Post 572
6483 State Road, Parma, Ohio 44134

Commander-Tony Kessler 440-263-0507; 1st Vice Commander-Joseph Ruland 281-4955
2nd Vice Commander-John Rader 216-470-2579; Chaplain-Art Wesley 440-888-2922
Service Officer-Barbara Hensley-Lawson 440-752-8315; Adjutant-Jerry Bucchioni 216-408-5715

Post Home: (440) 845-0572                                                                Hall Rental (440) 845-6599
Email: alpost572@yahoo.com or alposthall572@yahoo.com
August 2017
Sons of the American Legion
Squadron  572
Parma, Ohio
 
POST MEETINGS
 
August 7th (Monday)
August 14th (Monday
Executive Committee Meeting
Regular Members Post Business Meeting
7:00 P.M.
7:30 P.M.
Sep 5th (Tuesday)
Sep 11th (Monday)
Executive Committee Meeting
Regular Members Post Business  Meeting  
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7:00 P.M.
7:30 P.M.
 
EVENT DATES
 
Saturday August 5th
S.A.L. Steak Roast
5:00 to 8:00 PM
Sunday August 13th
Post Annual Picnic at Saint Sava Picnic Grove
Noon to 6:00 PM
Friday September 15th
National POW/MIA Remberence Day
 
Frifay September 16th
1st Responders Appreciation Night
5:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Sunday September 17th
Motorcycle Raffle
5:00 PM
     
(Facebook.com/AmericanLegionOhioPost572)

Tickets to All Events are sold In the Canteen.

THURSDAY NIGHT - WEEKLY DRAWING

CANTEEN HOURS
Monday - Thursday - 1:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday - 1:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Saturday - 11:00 AM - Midnight
Sunday - Noon - 6:00 PM


Every Tuesday is Sandy's Taco Night in The Canteen
Homemade Shells - Build Your Own - $2.00



THURSDAYS:  Weekly drawing, 50/50’s.  $$$.  Pool table, Dart Board, Video game
machines, Bowling machine, and Pin Ball machine.  Good food and drinks at reasonable
prices.  Come join your fellow members!  Bring your family and friends.


Celebrate the Post's 70th Anniversary
Place your order for the Commemorative Challange Coin - Only $10.00 each
CONTACT THE POST:  alpost572@yahoo.com
Go Electronic and receive Post News and Updates as well as this Newsletter by Email.  It’s
faster and it won’t get lost in the mail even if you move. Just send your Email to the above
address and your’ on!


Please Donate Your Old Clothes and Deposit items
in the Recycle Box Located in the Parking Lot
Go Electronic and receive Post News and Updates as well as this Newsletter by Email.  Just send your
                                              Email address to www.alpost572@yahoo.com
 

Commander’s Comments: On Wednesday July 19, over 30 American Legion Riders motorcycles led by a Parma Police Patrol
car with flashers flashing and followed by a black Lincoln Sedan made their way down W. Ridgewood and into the American
Legion post parking lot. The procession was met by 50 to 60 flag waving legion members and friends. Three of the post
uniformed honor guard opened the door to the Sedan and escorted a visibly emotional Mike Zaderecky, a 99-year-old WWII
Vet who has been a 73-year continuous member of post 572, in addition he just happened to be the post’s first elected
Commander back in 1946. It was a very emotional evening for everyone especially Mike. This is what the American Legion is
all about. Never forgetting our veterans, never missing an opportunity to pay tribute, never missing the experience of bringing
together the feeling of camaraderie once felt by war time buddies. Mike said, “he couldn’t figure out what was going on when a
limo picked him up and he got a police and motorcycle escort, after all said Mike, I was only a PFC”. Mike might have only
been a PFC and stand only 5ft 5inches, but he is a big man, a man who has continued to serve his country long after his
discharge by staying an active member of the Great Organization the American Legion.

1st Vice Commander: RENEW, RENEW, RENEW, the most important thing you can do for YOUR post is renew your
membership this month.  We need the support of the membership to remain the best Post in the area.    Check the Post
Facebook site or better yet stop by the Canteen for information on all the events coming up.  Don’t forget our Post picnic is
Sunday August 13, 2017 at St. Sava Picnic Grove come out and visit with old friends and meet some new ones.  Our next
general meeting is August 14th at 7:30. Our meetings are always the second Monday of each month at 7:30, everyone is
welcome and encouraged to attend.  As a reminder, there is a suggestion box on the table in the Canteen for your input.  Let
us know how we can improve your membership experience.  Feel free to email your suggestions or comments to me if you
cannot make it to the Canteen.
Please welcome new members
Sam Calamia, Daniel Clark, John Crisione, John Kral, Joseph Kren, Walter Mielcarek,
Sundram Rakesh, James Shields.
 Hope to see some new face at the next meeting.


2nd Vice Commander:  I apologize for incorrect information I posted in the last newsletter. The AL Post 572 Family Picnic on
August 13 is from noon to 6pm at St. Salva Picnic Grove - cost is: Adults $2, youths ages 6 and up is $1, those under 6 are
free. I have . signup sheet in the Canteen, behind the bar, to signup children. This is so we can get door prizes for them. To
date only 2 children are signed up. Cut-off for signup is the 5th, but It probably won't be until the 9th before I get the list. I also
need volunteers to help and that signup sheet is posted on the board. We plan on meeting at the Post Sunday morning 9am
to load up, and start moving items to the picnic area, and then pack up to bring things back in the evening. Feel free to
contact me if you have any questions. Thank you, John Rader email: secondvice_alpost572@yahoo.com

Chaplains Corner: Labor Day usually means the unofficial end of summer and getting ready to do our autumn chores. In
1894, Congress declared the first Monday of September as Labor Day and is celebrated in every state of the Union, including
the District of Columbia. Work should not be looked at as just a job, but a blessing from God. Before the fall of man, work was
part of God’s creation; “The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it” (Genesis
2:15 NIV). The word “put” comes from the Hebrew root word meaning “to rest”. When we do our job well, we can find this “rest”
in our souls. We should not just do our job, but do our work with and for God. Whether we work for an employer, at home or
for ourselves, we should thank God for the opportunity to do our job and do our chosen occupation to the best of our abilities.
God’s blessing to all!!!

The 2018 SAL Membership cards are in and ready to be issued. As you come in to get your cards we will be asking for
additional contact information so we can keep in touch and communicate news and events.  So, get your membership in as
soon as possible so we can continue to focus on new members. If you know of anyone that wants to join the Sons of American
Legion please have them get in contact with us to get them joined up.  Also, a reminder to support Post 572 upcoming events!
Don’t miss out on getting your Harley Davidson Motorcycle Raffle tickets. Tickets are available in the Canteen.  If you ever
need to contact me please don’t hesitate to call! Thank you, Dan Carter; SAL Commander (440)773-0863.