AMVETS POST 60 of North Braddock will be holding Memorial Day observance on Monday, May 25. The locations to be visited will be as follows:

9:15   WWI Monument - Brinton Avenue, North Braddock

9:45   Steel Workers Monument - Braddock Avenue, Braddock

10:15 Braddock Hills Monument - Brinton Road, Braddock Hills

10:45 Russell Cemetery Monument - Locust Street, North Braddock

11:15 Amvets Post 60 Monument - Wolfe Avenue, North Braddock

12:00 All Saints Cemetery - Brinton Road, Braddock Hills

*All times and locations are subject to change. Amvets Post 60 Commander Colt Coleman reminds us all to use your own discretion while attending these services due to the current crisis. 

June 2nd is the NEW date for Pennsylvania‘s Primary
These are unprecedented times, and we hope you and your families are staying safe. We are writing with IMPORTANT news about recent changes to the Pennsylvania primary election related to COVID-19. In order to protect the health and safety of all voters, poll workers, and election officials while ensuring access to voting, the PA primary election has been rescheduled to Tuesday, June 2. Also, new mail in ballot options are available to ALL Pennsylvania voters. You can also sign up to become a permanent mail-in or absentee ballot voter when you apply. Please also consider sharing this email with your friends, neighbors and co-workers to help spread the word! Vote from the comfort and safety of your own home
ALL Pennsylvania voters now have the option to vote by mail or absentee ballot without having to provide an excuse - for any reason or no reason at all. You can apply for mail-in ballots online, by mail, or in person, until one week before the election. For help or to be mailed an application directly, please call 1-877-VOTESPA.
For the 2020 primary, mail-in ballot applications and absentee ballot applications must be received by your county election office by 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 26. Applying online is very easy, quick and secure, and if you enter your email address, you will receive notifications as to the status of your application and ballot along the way. Once you receive your mail-in or absentee ballot, you have until 8 pm on election day, June 2, to deliver your completed ballot to your county election office. If you are mailing it back, do that as early as you can to ensure it is delivered by that time.


When we all respond, we all benefit.
When everyone is counted in the 2020 Census, our communities get the funding they need for things like health care, education, emergency services, and more.

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