Photos from Four Seasons Memorial Day Remembrance

Four Seasons Marines
Ed Morris from our American Legion Post addresses the audience to remind us of the cost of our freedom.
Anthony D’Altrui of the Four Seasons Marines and Ed Morris – all of our Veterans were acknowledged and thanked for their service.
The Four Seasons American Legion Members
selling Poppy’s at Shop-Rite
The story background of the Poppy is on our web site

Four Seasons Honor all Veterans – November 11, 2018

On Sunday, November 11, 2018, the Legionnaires and the Marines of Four Seasons had a ceremony to honor and remember all those who have served our Country.

Anthony D’Altrui of the Marines, and Ed Morris from the American Legion spoke to the group, and a cake to acknowledge the birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps was presented. Joe Campea one of our Marines was given a slice of cake as his birthday, November 10th, falls on the Marine Corps birthday

Our Vet’s honored @ Wall Veteran’s Day Celebration

For the second year in a row our Post 529 Legionnaires Veterans were recognized for their service along with a Four Seasons Marine League Veteran.

Wall Township Mayor Timothy Farrell was the Master of Ceremonies. Awarded Certificates recognizing their service to our country were Jack Eisnaugle (Air Force), Rich Kohrmann and Tony Majeski (Army), John Dearborn (Navy) and Marine League Veteran Bob Okrasinski. Photo below


Honoring Local Wounded Warriors

Thanks to all who purchased a flag on May 16th.  We appreciate your support for this good cause.


The Marines @ Four Seasons would like to honor a local wounded warrior by having all homes in our community display our American Flag on Memorial Day, July 4th, and Veteran’s Day.

Flags will be available at the Clubhouse on May 16th between 10 Am – Noon.  A donation of $5.00 is requested.  All of the net proceeds go to the benefit of a local wounded warrior, to be selected.

If you are unable to get to the Clubhouse on May 16, you may also get a Flag by contacting Anthony D’Altrui at 1512 Primrose Place; or Mario Valeriani at 2563 Collier Road.

Let’s show our gratitude to the men and women who have kept our country safe by participating in this worthwhile patriotic project.