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    Patsy Palma

    Patsy Palma and Friends made many new friends when they performed in January at the FSOS in Old Bridge. From the moment the night got underway folks were dancing. They danced when he sang Mack the Knife; they danced to when he sang Fly Me to the Moon. And, when they passed the moon… they kept on dancing anyway.

    Performing the songs of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett many more with his own style, he definitely did it his way and the crowd loved it. It was a music filled night of nonstop dancing for young and let's say the more mature members amongst us.  Special thanks go out to Mike Ruffley for bringing Patsy to our attention. He will surely be back again.

    We do have photos and promise to have them up shortly.


    January Anniversaries

    20 Years with the FSOS

    John Breen sponsored by J Dunphy

    15 Years with the FSOS

    Mark French sponsored by M McGarry

    10 Years with the FSOS

    Chad Hobbs sponsored by Kevin Hobbs
    Daniel Silvia sponsored by Matt Digiamo

    5 Years with the FSOS

    Glenn Baker sponsored by Rob McKiernan


    Friendly Son Gets a Carbon Monoxide Scare


    Christmas Party

    When I received the photos from the Christmas party I looked at them and thought “this is gonna hurt”. John DeMaio, Kathy & Scott Fitzgerald had taken turns that night taking almost 400 photos. I managed to trim that down to a more manageable 150. The photos do a great job of capturing the fun and characters from an evening that had no shortage of either. Enjoy the show.

    The Christmas Party is always so much work but when the place fills and the laughter starts the work fades (as it should) into the background. Though better late than never we are truly grateful to Top Hat Catering, our keepers Joe and Jim, decorator extraordinaire  Barney Shannon, Miriam Sheridan (Ornaments and centerpieces), the bar staff (Brian, Phil, Billy), Frank Boyle, Alan Purcell & Walter Farrell who came in the following morning to restore order and of course the folks that put it all together John Sheridan and Scott Fitzgerald. Miriam wishes to extend a special thanks to her elves Timmy Duggan, Butch Konopka and George Keubler whose “dainty fingers” were just perfect for wrapping the Christmas ornaments.