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Larkin House on Goodwin Ave in Wyckoff

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For more information on joining our ranks come to one of our monthly meetings.  We meet the 2nd Wednesday of every month (except for January when we have our Change of Watch) at the Larkin House 380 Godwin Ave. in Wyckoff, NJ

Directions: 208 south to Ewing Ave exit. Turn left at end of exit ramp.  Got to first traffic light turn right.  Go to next traffic light (Wyckoff Ave) turn left.  Go to next light (Godwin Ave) turn right.  Larkin House is a half block up on the left, number 380.  Folks start arriving at 7:00-7:30, the meeting starts at 8:00pm and usually ends by 9:30.

From 208 north, turn right at end of exit ramp, follow directions above.

For further information contact our Personnel Services officer Marge Korteweg

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Join the Coast Guard Auxiliary

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary (America's Volunteer Lifesavers) is the non-law enforcement branch of the US Coast Guard under the Department of Homeland Security.  We are always looking for "a few good men and women" to join our ranks. 

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary was established by Congress in 1939 to assist the Coast Guard in promoting boating safety. By law, "The purpose of the Auxiliary is to assist the Coast Guard as authorized by the Commandant in performing any Coast Guard function, power, duty, role mission, or operation authorized by law."  It boasts more than 34,000 members from all walks of life who receive special training so that they may be a functional part of Coast Guard Forces. Auxiliarists assist the Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs such as public education, vessel safety checks, safety patrols, search and rescue, maritime domain awareness and environmental protection and Coast Guard Academy Admissions Partner Program. Auxiliarists volunteer more than 2 million hours annually to benefit other boaters and their families and in support of the US Coast Guard.

Flotilla 10-13 regularly patrols Greenwood Lake and the Hudson River from the Tapanzee bridge to New York harbor.  Some of the locations where we teach boating classes; West Milford/Hewitt, Wayne, Englewood, Ramsey, Ridgewood.

Eligibility - Membership is open to citizens of the United States, are 17 years of age or older. Facility (radio station, boat or aircraft) ownership is desirable but not mandatory.  Membership is also open to all former members of any of the uniformed services and their reserve components.

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