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THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016
The Rockaway Times
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Atlantic City - May 11, 2016
NASHVILLE - June 15-21, 2016
7 days, 6 nights $1,395.00
Tour includes: transportation, hotel in Downtown Nashville, Grand Old Opry, dinner
at Backstage Grill, Country Music Hall of Fame, RCA Studios, free time at Opryland
Hotel, local touring and more.
Please join Breezy Tour & Travel as we take a 6-hour living history cruise through New
York Harbor on Sunday, September 18 on one of the only two remaining World War II
Liberty Ships. During the cruise there will be live 1940s entertainment, speakers outlining
the ship’s history and an air show featuring World War II vintage aircraft. Visit
the ship’s engine room while under way to watch the triple expansion engine at work.
See the original troop berthing compartment and see unusual
views of the East River, Vinegar Hill section of Brooklyn and the
Brooklyn Naval Shipyard.
Tour will include: Transportation to the ship, Living History
Cruise, box lunch, live entertainment, VIP guests and speakers,
touring of the ship, sightseeing, live air show and more. Price:
$250.00 per person.
Please book early- we expect this event to sell out!
Living History Cruise on the SS John W. Brown
through the New York Harbor September 18, 2016
61 Point Breeze Ave. • Rockaway Point, NY 11697
Chili Cook-off Kicks Off
on Friday
By Katie McFadden
Love chili? Find out who has
the best on the Rock at the
Knight’s of Columbus on Fri-
day. The 100 Precinct Commu-
nity Council’s 7th Annual Chili
Cook-off kicks off at 7 p.m. on
April 15.
Bring your appetite because
there are 30 entrants this year!
Several restaurants will take a
shot at the crown, including
PICO, The Wharf, Wildfeast,
Playland, Whit’s End, Daltons,
Last Stop, Bungalow Bar, Panin-
ico, Breezy Dogs, TruBurger and
Slices & Ices. Other competitors
include local firehouses and po-
lice precincts, DSNY, the Parks
Department, Far Rockaway Li-
brary, Millennium Develop-
ment, Councilman Donovan
Richards’ Office, Saint John’s
Hospital, the Knights of Colum-
bus, the VFW-Broad Channel,
Deirdre Maeve’s Supermarket
andThe Rockaway Times.
Admission is $12 for adults
and $6 for kids. All proceeds go
toward the 100 Precinct Com-
munity Council for future com-
munity events. There are first,
second and third place trophies
for the winners, which will
judged by Sergeant Jim Biggs
of the 100th Pct, Sergeant Jean
Daouphars of the NYPD Har-
bor Unit, Mark Healey, Editor
of The Wave and Cydnee Davis
of NYPD Explorer Post 2241.
Last year’s champion was The
Wharf.
For the first time, there will be
prizes donated by local busi-
nesses raffled off and a 50/50
drawing. Law Enforcement
Explorer Post 2241 will help
set up and serve the chili. If
you want to wash down your
chili, there is a cash bar avail-
able at the Knights. Tickets
can be purchased in advance
from Joe at 718-634-4970 or
from Kathy at 917-284-0410,
or at the door.