OurAngels

     

     

What is an Angel:

Here, we define an Angel as a person of exemplary conduct or virtue.

Our Angels help us so that we may be better equipped to help others.

This page is dedicated to those who lend support to our Post so that we may better serve those South Windsor Veterans and families who need our help.

To all of our Angels  —  we, at Post 133, hand salute you!

Post members attended a service at the First Congragational Church on Old Main Street

where they were presented with 42 wheelchair quilts which our post will

distribute to the Veterans in our local South Windsor convalescent homes.

Submitted 4/26/15.       

At our regular meeting on the 17th of March 2015

Dawna Cavagnaro presented these Quilts to the following post members:

Standing Roger A., Bruce D., Skip H., Dawna C., Ken L., Bob H., & Leigh L.

Kneeling: Bill D. & Art S.    —    Missing:   Joe P. & Martin M.

Submitted 3/20/14 by Kent C.       

Check out more photos on the 'lap quilts' on our 'Photos' page.

Coldwell Banker Reality office presenting Art

with a check for $1,000.00 to Wreaths Across America.

From left to right: Cate Evans, Pam Moriarty, Roseann Jacques, Kevin Paradis, Tatyana Makarov, Rocco Sanzo, Art Sladyk, Abby Gagne, Brandy Oliver & Jessica Stalmach.

Submitted 12/9/14 by Art S.

Post Commander Art Sladyk received a check for $690.00

at our November 18th Post meeting.

Bruce Daugherty presented the check in behalf of the

South Windsor Rev. Rosenberger Council # 5779

Knights of Columbus (K of C)

Submitted 11/18/14  by Bill D.

The

Shea Ladies

are at it again.

If only more people could have the patriotic spirit of these women.

Submitted 10/27/14

by Leigh L.

Shea & Company Real Estate donated $250, which comes from a portion of each recent real estate transaction, to the American Legion Post 133 of South Windsor. The donation benefits the Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines Fund, which provides financial assistance to Veterans and their families in Connecticut. This is part of Shea & Company's ongoing dedication to support our military and the community. Pictured, left to right, American Legion Post 133 Commander Art Sladyk, Broker/Owner Margaret M. Shea, Realtors Linda Driscoll, Kelly Moser, and Cindy Szymanski, and American Legion Post 133 Service Officer Kenneth Lewis.

Colleen Cronin (on behalf of her staff) at Physical Therapy Plus

presented Bill D. & Ken L. with an envelope full of gift cards

(2 Walmarts,  2 Dunken Donuts, 1 Marshalls and 1 Stop&Shop)

to be used in our ongoing effort to help Veterans in need in South Windsor.

Colleen and the staff of Physical Therapy Plus have also been visiting the Veterans at Paradigm Healthcare Facility and have recently donated $150 to them,

Submitted 11/30/15.       

Site last updated on April 20th, 2017

Receiving donation check from Coldwell Banker Realtors for Wreaths Across America.

Submitted 11/30/15.

At our May 17, 2016

Post meeting,

Bruce Daugherty

presented a check

in behalf of the

South Windsor

Rev. Rosenberger

Council # 5779

Knights of Columbus

in the amount of $1000

to our

Post Service Officer

Ken Lewis

to be used for our

Post Veterans Relief Fund.

    

On May 19, 2016 a few of the employees presented our Post Veterans Relief Fund a check on behalf of the law firm of KKC, llp. (Kahan, Kerensky & Capossela) in the amount of $350.

From Left to Right:

Ken Lewis, Attorney Steve Sutton, Arlene LeRoy, Karen Welch, Eva Holmes, and Bill Dopirak.

May 19, 2016  

Shea & Company Real Estate donated $1,000, which comes from a portion of each recent real estate transaction, to the American Legion Post 133 Veteran's Relief Fund. The donation will help us to provide financial assistance to Veterans and their families in South Windsor. This is part of Shea & Company's ongoing dedication to support our military and the community.

1/18/2017

South Windsor Police Union Treasurer, Corporal Michael Thompson (L) and South Windsor Police Union President Sergeant Christopher Duchesne (R) present Post 133 Commander Art Sladyk with a check in the amount of $380 to help fund the State Police Youth Week.

Photo by Tom Field, 2/5/17

At our April 18, 2017

Post meeting,

Art Sladyk

presented a check

in behalf of the

South Windsor

Rev. Rosenberger

Council # 5779

Knights of Columbus

in the amount of $1000

to our

Post Service Officer

Ken Lewis

to be used for our

Post Veterans Relief Fund.