MLK Breakfast 2018

Join Troop 98 Scouts, leaders and parents for the Martin Luther King Breakfast on 

  • Monday 15 January from 8 to 10AM at Normandy Farm in Blue Bell
    [1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell, 19422 - 
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    Please arrive by 7:30 in your best uniform. Troop 98 may be asked to assist as greeters and possibly in the presentation of the colors (flag ceremony)

  • Bring yourself and anyone in your family (or friends, or anyone!)

  • The first 10 people to sign up get in free (sponsored by Troop 98); after that it's $25 each (remember, this is a fundraiser for scholarships)

Have a great breakfast, meet cool people, and show your support of the community and the American Legion at this event!

In 2005, American Legion Post #769 Commander Edward Curtis and a group of local men organized a breakfast meeting to remember and celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The group felt it imperative to act on their responsibilities as fathers and sons in service to their families, the community, and our nation. Over the years, the breakfast grew into an inspiring testimonial event attended by up to 200 men each MLK Day. 

Funds raised at the breakfast have always been dedicated to post #769 to help defray the cost of our community service and scholarship programs. In so may ways, Dr. King’s legacy parallels the Dowling Post’s mission as defined in the American Legion Preamble recited at every Post meeting.
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