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Please RSVP by October 29, 2015.
To complete your transaction for the dinner dance online, please provide the following information and note that the Chowder & Marching Dinner Dance is $150 per person:
Come Visit the Tag Sale on Crusher Road in Bedford. Hours are 8:30-3:30 Saturday only.
C&M dump poster 2015
39 YEARS of being GREEN
BEDFORD VILLAGE CHOWDER & MARCHING CLUB
SPRING CLEAN-UP DAYS
FRIDAY, May 1 & SATURDAY, May 2
(rain or shine)
Take advantage of this ONCE-A-YEAR opportunity to have C&M Club members and neighbor volunteers pick up from your home all your unwanted goods and refuse for a cash donation to Bedford youth programs and activities.
For Pick-Ups – at this time we are only taking pickup requests by phone. Please call Will or Debbie Gourd at 917-817-1643 (Will) or 914-588-2799 (Debbie). Thank you for your support!
Fee will be determined at time of pick-up, $75 min. charge; C&M is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization
The new basketball court project in Bedford Village Memorial Park, partially funded by a donation from C&M, is nearly complete. See below for a few photos and stay tuned for an announcement regarding the official opening!
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To arrange a pickup, please complete the request form on the following link:
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Will and Debbie Gourd at 234-0039 or email them at email@example.com
Burrill and Pete Haskell
Pete Haskell lost his fight with cancer on Wednesday November 16. Chowder & Marching was lucky to count Burrill and Pete amongst our devoted friends and two of our most ardent supporters. The memorial held for Pete at St. Matthew’s in Bedford today showed what a huge part he played in this community.
A devoted husband, father, grandfather and parishoner – Pete will be remembered for many things: his love for a good time (and a glass of gin), a good laugh, a good deed and above all – for his love of cars. No discussion here will come close to the many touching remembrances shared today by his family and friends and neighbors. Equal parts tears and laughter, it was a perfect sendoff for someone his son Livingston lovingly confirmed in Pete’s own highest praise: “a good guy.”
We will miss you.