How about lunch in the city? Or meeting in Connecticut the third Wednesday of every month for lunch? Or do you have a group that already meets and would like to invite others to your gathering? Lets get together!
This is the place to let everyone know where and when. Just email your info to Jill Rohan and I will post the info here.
First Row: Laurie Strohm, Mary Ann Puccino, Karen Morgan, Liz Morrison
Second Row: Denise Gervais, Mary McKenna, Jean Keiser, Patti Brennan, Susan Gorecki, Jill Rohan
Thanks to Liz and Patti for hosting the gathering on Oct. 4...lots of food and stories!
All active and retired Crewmembers on both sides of the Cockpit Door!
LGA/JFK/EWR Flight Department Staff
Part of Russo’s On The Bay
164-49 Cross Bay Boulevard
Howard Beach, New York 11414
Wine & Beer, (Cash Bar for cocktails), Salad, Lunch and Dessert 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Price $37.00 per person, checks to “The Grey Eagles”
RSVP by November 27, 2014
Guest names & checks must be received no later than November 27, 2014.
Problems/issues: Call JC
Great food, valet parking (tips have been paid), Red and White wine, intimate setting
in the wine cellar.
Go outside and watch the planes take off from 31L.
Celebrate an early holiday with the Grey Eagles.
Wheel chair races to follow.
There will also be a raffle of a $100.00 gift certificate to Russo’s on the Bay. Tickets are
$5.00 each, with proceeds to be shared equally by the APA Scholarship Fund,
the Wings Foundation and the Grey Eagles Foundation.
Send checks to: Call/Text: JC Farrell Preferred reservation contact:
CA JC Farrell 603 455-5288 (Mobile) Email to:
P.O. Box 1412 603 433-0950 (Home) email@example.com
Portsmouth, NH 03802
First we'll meet at La Piccolina, a northern Italian restaurant in downtown New Milford CT for dinner. Time to be determined...probably 5:45 as the play starts at 8pm. Click on the link for a look at the restaurant and the menu. http://www.lapiccolinact.com/
Then after dinner we'll head over to Theatreworks to see "Boeing, Boeing". (The theater is less than half a mile away) Tickets are $23 and the sooner we book the better seats we will be able to get. So don't wait to let us know if you are going to join us. Here is a link to Theatreworks. http://theatreworks.us/ You can go to the site to see the seating arrangement. You will see that it is a small theater and right now there are lots of good seats. How long that will last I don't know.
Tickets have already been booked for the play, but if you are interested in coming along just let us know and we will see if we can get seats with the group.
Hope to see you all, Jill Rohan and Maria Robert Strongwater
PS. If you would like to come just for dinner or just for the play that is fine too! Want to bring a significant other? Of course!
"The Newark KIWI Club is open to all Retired and Line American Airlines/American Eagle Flight Attendants. We started our chapter last month with 35 new members. We are still growing and would love to see everybody. We meet every other month for lunch and gossip. The next meeting is November 14, 2013 at the Bridgewater Marriott (across the street from the Bridgewater Mall). If anyone is interested in more information they can contact Nancy Waller kiwinancywaller-aol.com or myself at clubewrkiwi-aol.com (Sam Gooch) or give me a call 732/644.5890.
In November we are collecting canned goods and shelf stable items for a local Food Pantry.
If anyone would like to join us on Facebook, please Friend us on: Club EWR Kiwi Club
The officers for this chapter are:
Nancy Waller - President
Sam Gooch - Vice-President
Bonnie Hussey - Secretary
Maureen Gallagher - Treasurer"
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For more information about the KIWI Club go to www.TheKiwiClub.org
There are 42 Kiwi chapters in over 21 states making up our national organization. The individual chapters support many of their local charities and worthy causes, including shelters for abused women and children, food pantries, breast cancer awareness, the Ronald McDonald House, Guide Dogs for the Blind, to name a only a few. As a group, we support Wings, an organization that provides aid to American Airlines Flight Attendants who are in critical need of financial assistance as a result of illness, injury, calamity or disability. Additionally, we take care of our own by donating $1 of our dues to the National Kiwi Fund, a fund that helps Kiwis in need.
The Gulfcoast KIWI's have luncheons almost monthly (off I 75 and very convenient from north of TPA to almost the Ft. Myers area) and would love to have snowbird visitors join us. You can reach me at email@example.com. Kathy Kridel, President