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The Channel 3 'Surprise Squad' surprised 9 year old Tiernan Cabot for his good works.
Allison Sheldon was a guest at out Aug.15, 2017 Post meeting.
She shared her recent experiences of attending both 'Girls State' and the 'State PoliceYouth Week'.
Allison is a fine example of the future of our 'next generation'.
We wish her all the best in her future endeavors.
9th & 10th, 2017
Vets in the Classrooms at South Windsor HS
At our Post meeting on March 20th, 2018 Post Commander Art Sladyk presented
'Sandy' Warshavsky with a very long overdue certificate for his 50 years of 'Continious Memership'.
Sandy actually has 59 years of continious service, and
(providing he stays another year)
will next year receive his 60 year certificate.
Sandy also holds the honor of being the oldest Past Commander of Post 133
On 10/1/2018 Nevinna was recognized by the mayor and town of South Windsor for her work in the Pencils & Toy Drive for Puerto Rico, where she collected and delivered truck loads of toys and over 30,000 pencils and crayons to schools in some of the hardest hit areas on the island following the hurricane.
Major Donnnelley Land Preserve
Nov. 21st, 2018
A very windy day.
At least it was a clear day.
Our troops held the colors
against severe wind gusts
for over an hour.
these brave souls were out
in below 20 degree
At the 2018
Manchester road race
"On Sunday April 8th I had the pleasure of honoring Captain Bill Krawski’s 55th anniversary of walking away safely from the crash of his F-100A Fighter jet at Bradley Field. I was joined by American Legion Post Commander Art Sladyk, members of Post 133, friends and family. Bill, a member of the Connecticut Air National Guard 103rd Fighter Group of the 118th Fighter Squadron flying out of Bradley Field, was on an Air Defense Command intercept mission on the night of April 8th 1963. His aircraft failed to gain altitude at takeoff. He displayed quick thinking and keen piloting skill in bringing his fighter to a halt past the end of the runway. He blew his canopy and jumped out of the jet as it burst into flames, walking away with a bruise on his forehead and a scratch on his cheek. We join together in thanking him for his service in defense of our country."
On Wednesday March 19th, 2019 our Post Honor Guard and members paid honors
to WW II Navy veteran Edward A. Shay at the Middletown Veterans Cemetery in Middletown.
Shay had no family members to claim his remains.
Thanks to the Veterans Department in Rocky Hill they were able to set up arrangement to have this service.
Many "Thanks" to the Patriot Guard for also attending.