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Upcoming Manoa Post 667 Events
Manoa Post 667 is very proud of one of our own, Ken Anesko's latest accomplishment, the Kushmaker.
If you like military humor, you will enjoy reading about the antics of bored but resourceful sailors all but stranded on an obscure South Pacific island with no means of recreation except for what they invented on their own-an illegal still, a hidden saloon and bordello. A deal made with the boss of the island, Chief Omoka, a rascal in his own right, assures the secrecy of the endeavor. We see a final resolution to the long, lingering feud between the ship's captain, Commander Hewett, and his superior, Admiral Crabbett, who for years played one-upmanship games with his junior officer. And you will be kept guessing what the main character, the Kushmaker, is up to. He's a specialist who dupes the entire navy staff with his secret invention that is intended to astound the officials and dignitaries by its uniqueness. Anyone with a humorous outlook and who enjoys leisurely reading will surely enjoy this book.
The Kushmaker is available from Amazon.com and directly through the Post. Contact the Post at 610-446-9986 for details.
Meeting dates and times are posted on the calendar to the right.
Bob Ferraro and Friends will be appearing in the Canteen on Friday March 7th. Come out for some great music with your friends. Show starts at 8pm.
Veterans Designation Now Available on PA Driver Licenses and ID Cards
Pennsylvania’s servicemen and servicewomen are now able to have their veteran status included on their state-issued driver licenses or non-driver identification cards.
With the designation, veterans will be able to more easily demonstrate their veteran status and to take advantage of special offers and discounts available from businesses that choose to offer them.
Under Act 176 of 2012, the veterans designation is made available to persons producing valid honorable military discharge papers. To qualify, an applicant would have to be a person who has served in the United States Armed Forces, including a reserve unit or the National Guard, and who was discharged or released from such service under conditions other than dishonorable.
The veterans designation is available to eligible veterans at no charge at the next date of renewal of their license or ID card. If veterans want the designation prior to their next renewal, they will have to pay a fee for a duplicate license. The fee for a basic duplicate driver’s license is $13.50; fees for other types of licenses vary.