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11/05/2017 - 37th Annual Motorcycle Toy Run "For The Kids":  12:00 am
A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Toy Run For The Kids 2017 MMR Rocks the Delaware Valley Chapter of A.B.A.T.E for the 37th Annual Motorcycle Toy Run "For The Kids"! This year's Grand Marshal, join Jacky Bam Bam, will lead the way - Sunday, November 5, 2017, including a new 10 mile parade route and after party at SugarHouse Casino featuring food, cash bar, and live music! Strap a new, unwrapped toy to your bike (no stuffed animals, please), and join thousands of fellow riders to hand deliver your donation to the US Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots program, benefiting underprivileged children throughout our area. At the end point, drop your toy off in the event center and stay for some live music, great food and drinks at good prices. Parade line-up: 9am at Cavanaugh’s River Deck on Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia. Parade Start: 12pm and ends at SugarHouse Casino. Don't Forget - Day Light Saving Time starts early Sunday (11/5) Morning, so set your clocks back an hour! Cavanaugh’s River Deck, Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA

11/05/2017 - AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Hoagie Sale:  11:00 am
AMVETS Post 101, 519 June Road, Pennsauken, New Jersey

11/05/2017 - AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Hoagie Sale:  11:00 am
Ladies Auxiliary Game Day Hoagie Sale Come out to root for our Eagles and enjoy a hoagie while you're here! Or take a bunch home for half time. Rescheduled from 10/14. American, Tuna or Turkey.  Still only $5.00 while they last. AMVETS Post 101, 519 June Road, Pennsauken, New Jersey

11/05/2017 - Philadelphia Veterans Parade - 3rd Annual:  12:00 pm
the 2017 Veterans Parade will take place on Sunday, November 5th starting at 12:00 pm at JFK Blvd and North 16th Street. The parade route will continue around City Hall, heading east on Market Street and end at North 5th Street for the Veterans Festival. For more information, visit http://wwww.phillyveteransparade.org With more than 150 organizations involving over 3,000 participants including 34 Veteran Service Organizations, the Third Annual Philadelphia Veteran Parade will be a celebration to remember. The Veterans Festival will feature live entertainment from Modzilla, TC Riot Band and Savior Soul, Midnight to Minutes, a beer garden featuring local craft breweries along with food trucks Phyllodelphia, Say Cheese!, El Guaco Loco and Happy Hour Food Cart which will offer pay-as-you go tasty bites and suds. Family friendly activities include large screen TVs broadcasting the Eagles game, a rock-climbing wall, face painting, balloon artists and more. Philadelphia Veterans Parade, Center City, Philadelphia, PA

11/05/2017 - Veterans Day Celebration at Avista Health Care:  12:30 pm
Join Warriors Watch riders and friends to visit Avista Health Care and help give all the veterans a proper Welcome Home. There will be many veterans present for this event from all different conflicts. Bagel Spot Parking Lot, 600 Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, NJ

11/05/2017 - Designer Bag Bingo:  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Come out, have some fun, support a good cause, and pick up a new designer bag! We'll have door prizes, raffles, 50/50, a special auction, and more. Tickets are $40, and include 15 bingo games, dabbers, and delicious food and beverages. Buy your tickets before 9/1/17, and get TWO FREE GAMES. To buy tickets, or for more details, call or text Donna at 215-817-9631, or email at dmg0422@aol.com. All proceeds benefit the Philadelphia Police Boat Team. Phila FOP Lodge 5, 11630 Caroline Rd, Philadelphia, PA

11/05/2017 - Thank you WWII US Navy Vet Irv Elliott:  3:00 pm
Join Warriors Watch and friends as we thank 94 yr old, WWII US Navy Veteran Irv Elliott for his service to our country. He was a Gunner on a Seaplane, a Catalina Patrol Bomber. Known as "The Black Cats", as they patrolled at night, from sun down to sun up. Patrolled for Japanese submarines and convoys. "Cleared the way" for the 7th Fleet to move in. Carried depth charges or torpedoes. Irv was a "waist gunner" on the side of the plane. He was shot down once, in the China Straits, and they were picked up by US torpedo boats. Their runs were every three days, in between runs Irv taught classes on how to recognize the Japanese planes vs the US planes. He had studied the Japanese planes; their shapes, firepower, etc. He used slide projectors to teach the others what he knew. Meet/Rally at Shoprite, 892 Union mill rd, Mt Laurel at 3pm Shop Rite at Union Mill, 892 Union Mill Rd (at Elbo Lane), Mount Laurel, NJ

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