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militia Ball
2018

West Point Club

Saturday, December 1st, 2018

6:00 PM ET


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New York Centennial Ball

603 Cullum Rd, West Point, NY 10996

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Saturday, December 1, 2018

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Invitees

All former and current members of the New York Military Forces and their guests

Location

The Historic West Point Club, West Point Military Academy, 603 Cullum Road, West Point, NY 10996

Date & Time

Saturday December 01, 2018 (Cocktail Hour 1800 hrs, Dinner 1900 hrs)

Attire

Military: Mess Dress/Dress Blue (Bow Tie)

Civilian: Tuxedo (Black Tie)/Formal

Menu

Hors d'Oeuvres: 

• Tomato Bruschetta w/ Pita Triangles 

• Mini Beef Wellington 

• Domestic Cheese board w/ crackers 

• Mini Springs Rolls • Coconut Chicken 

• Fried Cheese Ravioli 


Dinner Buffet:

  • Cranbery and Cornbread stuffed chicken 
  • Orange Honey pork loin 
  • Eggplant Rollatini 
  • Blackened cilantro Salmon 
  • Cranbery and Cornbread stuffed chicken 
  • Penne with fresh tomato and Basil
  • Steamship Round of beef carving board

Desert Table with Tiramisu and Carrot Cake


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Alcohol Policy

As alcohol will be served at the event, members are reminded to exercise good judgment in the use of alcohol, and your use of alcohol must not adversely affect your duty performance or your conduct on or off duty.  Projecting a good military image reflects not only on you personally, but also on the New York State military forces. Appearance matters both on- and off-duty and involves more than just the clothes you wear. Projecting a professional image and ensuring the safety of yourself and others is paramount.