Thursday, September 14, The trip to Milford, PA. to tour the Grey Towers and Grounds owned by the National Forest Service was canceled because of inadequate ticket sales. Grey Towers is the former home of Gilford Pinchot, a past govenor of PA and founder of the National Forest Service.
Members are encouraged to go on their own, but not in winter months. Consider including a visit to Columns Museum and lunch at Hotel Fauchere. Contact Rob Davis for information.
Ladies Day 2017  --  Was a Success
The Premier Social Event of the Year
For Everyone,
With or Without a Lady
See the Photo Gallery for Pictures

Monday, Oct 9, 2017 (Columbus Day)
Richard Naths, Chairman, 973-635-4848
Grand Summit Hotel. Registration begins at 9:45 a.m., Program at 10:30 a.m.

Speaker: Carol Simon Levin, acclaimed author and historian will speak on "Remembering the Ladies: From Patriots to Petticoats to Presidential Candidates"
Social Hour: Complimentary drink of your choice.
  Appetizer: Soup, salad,
  Entrees: Chateaubriand, Salmon or Chicken Francese
  Dessert: Ice cream with coffee or tea
No Awards  or Old Guard Business this year.       

Tickets; $48 per person, on sale Sept 12 to Oct 3.  See Peter Fasold, Jerry Harrigan, Ray Valinoti or Steve Varley.

Arrange a table of ten or join a group to enjoy conversation with old and new friends

The Old Guard's Annual BBQ-Picnic was held on Tuesday, September 12 at Oakwood Park immediately following our regular Old Guard meeting on that day (the rain date is the following Tuesday). We enjoyed a beer, soda, hamburgers and hotdogs, bocce, horseshoes, etc., in the good company of fellow Old Guardsmen. 
Special Events
Come for the Programs. Stay for the Friends.