You and your friends are invited to attend
Susquehanna Social Club’s 21st Annual Fall Ball
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Doors Open 7:00 pm
Music begins at 7:30 pm
Nothin’ But Trouble & The Handcuffed Horns Featuring Wes Lanich on Keyboards
A night full of fun and great dancing! Nothin’ But Trouble and The Buicks will be playing separate sets and jamming together.
NO BYOB! due to Harford County Liquor laws BYOB is not allowed
Donations $30.00 per person Includes • BEER • WINE • BAR DRINKS • SODAS • BOTTLE WATER
Limited Seating - 200 Tickets Available First Come, First Served!
Must be 21 to attend Bring Munchies
Bel Air Moose Lodge 310 E Jarrettsville Road Forest Hill, MD 21050
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u’re not likely to forget.
Nothin’ But Trouble
NOTHIN’ BUT TROUBLE
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performances and rattle the pillars of heaven one more time!
Ron Bogden – Bass, Larry Spurrier - Drums / Vocals, Mike Reinig - Saxaphone / Vocals,
Tom Trovas - Lead Guitar / Vocals, Guy Stasik-Vocals Joe Borghi-Rhythm Guitar / Vocals
Help the Moose Lodge protect their Liquor License!!!
Due to a recent crackdown by the Harford County Liquor Board, we can not allow our guests to BYOB. The Lodge’s license specifically prohibits liquor of any kind to be brought onto the property. It also does not allow them to provide us with a cash bar arrangement. However, included in your ticket price, a limited open bar will be available offering mixed drinks and wine choices in addition to the keg beer usually provided. Please understand that this does not include all top shelf brands and specialty drinks. We sincerely appreciate you support of this new policy. We would like to keep our Bel Air location and the Lodge has been very accommodating.
Published on Sep 23, 2011