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Events available for Registration...

Sean O'Neil - How To Remember Names & Faces and Be Unforgettable Seminar
2/28/2024 - 2/28/2024
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Quarterly Breakfast - March 27, 2024 -
3/4/2024 - 3/25/2024
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Events in the next 90 days...
DateEvent
2/28/2024

3/1/2024


3/1/2024

3/1/2024

3/1/2024

Bobby Joe Bell is hittin' the stage this weekend while the crowd keeps it movin' on the dance floor!  Grab your boots and a partner and let's goo!
Friday: kitchen open: 11 am-10 pm
Happy Hour: 3-7 pm
Bobby Joe Bell Bank: 9pm - 1 am
DJ General: 9:30pm-1:30 am
Sabor a Mexico Food Truck: 10:30 pm-2:30 am
Saturday: kitchen open 11 am-10 pm
Happy Hour: 3-7 pm
FREE Couples Dance Lessons: 7-9 pm
Bobby Joe Bell Band: 9 pm - 1 am
DJ General: 9:30 pm-1:30 am
Sabor a Mexico Food Truck: 10:30 pm - 2:30 am
 

3/2/2024

3/2/2024

3/2/2024


3/2/2024




3/2/2024



Friends of the West Valley Mavericks!

 

SAVE THE DATE! The West Valley Maverick's Shindig is Saturday, March 2nd, from 6-10 pm!

 

We are excited to announce our headliner will be Chris Janson, proud member of the Grand Ole Opry.  He has four No. 1's and multiple country music awards.  Chris is known for his high energy crowd engaging live performance style.  You won't be disappointed!  

 

The Shindig is an invite-only fundraiser benefiting Phoenix Childrens and other West Valley charities.  We have a limited number of sponsorship opportunities still available to support the cause, promote your business, and upgrade your guest's experience.  Contact buck.bemis@wvmavericks.org to learn more about these opportunities.

 

Learn more about Chris Janson and the Shindig

https://www.westvalleymavericksfoundation.org/the-shindig


3/3/2024

3/3/2024

3/4/2024

3/5/2024

Feed My Sheep opens their doors and their hearts to help furnish a meal to those in need on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month, between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Feed My Sheep
History:
  Mid 2022 Anita Britton (my sister-in-law) and Pam McGreevy (my beautiful wife) started talking about how Anita and her church group fed the needy in Ohio years ago.  They both decided to start a group here in Buckeye. The problem of where to hold these dinners was a main concern.  November of 2022 I suggested that we ask the American Legion Post 53 in Buckeye for help. Post 53 calls Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center at 402 E Narramore Ave home.
  Anita and Pam attended one of our meetings at Post 53 and presented the Feed My Sheep concept.  This is a group of volunteers that gives free meals to the local people who are in need of a helping hand.
  Post 53 members voted to allow Feed My Sheep to have the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center on the 3rd Tuesday of the month to prepare and serve the meals without the charge of a rental fee.
Feed My Sheep gave their first meal in February of 2023 with 12 meals served.  Each month our numbers served grew. November 2023 the Post 53 membership asked Feed My Sheep to give two meals per month. Now Feed My Sheep is serving meals on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center.  The first meal of the month is paid for by a donation from Post 53 and the second meal is paid for by donations from various sources.
  Last Tuesday's (1/2/2024) dinner we served 57 meals.
A big thank you goes to Post 53 and our other sources for our donations.
A big thank you goes to the volunteers who put their time in to make the meals happen. They are:
  Anita Britton, Pam McGreevy, Carolyn and Art Warner, Chris Craft, Cathy and Tony Sera, Trina Stark, Kathy and  Don Nathaniel. Without your help we would not be able to do this event. I hope I didn't miss anyone.
 
With the Lord's blessing we hope to continue this event for years to come.
Written by Patrick McGreevy
Past Commander of Post 53
Post 53 Historian.
 
 
 

3/8/2024

The Thorn is coming to Glendale on March 8-9, 2024!
The Thorn tells the Story of Jesus and the epic spiritual battle for every human being. The story begins with the creation of the world and weaves through time, highlighting the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus and ending with the beginning of the early church. 
Tickets go on sale December 22 at 10 am.
 

3/8/2024

3/9/2024

The Thorn is coming to Glendale on March 8-9, 2024!
The Thorn tells the Story of Jesus and the epic spiritual battle for every human being. The story begins with the creation of the world and weaves through time, highlighting the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus and ending with the beginning of the early church. 
Tickets go on sale December 22 at 10 am.
 

3/9/2024

3/9/2024

3/14/2024

3/14/2024

3/15/2024
3/19/2024

Feed My Sheep opens their doors and their hearts to help furnish a meal to those in need on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month, between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Feed My Sheep
History:
  Mid 2022 Anita Britton (my sister-in-law) and Pam McGreevy (my beautiful wife) started talking about how Anita and her church group fed the needy in Ohio years ago.  They both decided to start a group here in Buckeye. The problem of where to hold these dinners was a main concern.  November of 2022 I suggested that we ask the American Legion Post 53 in Buckeye for help. Post 53 calls Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center at 402 E Narramore Ave home.
  Anita and Pam attended one of our meetings at Post 53 and presented the Feed My Sheep concept.  This is a group of volunteers that gives free meals to the local people who are in need of a helping hand.
  Post 53 members voted to allow Feed My Sheep to have the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center on the 3rd Tuesday of the month to prepare and serve the meals without the charge of a rental fee.
Feed My Sheep gave their first meal in February of 2023 with 12 meals served.  Each month our numbers served grew. November 2023 the Post 53 membership asked Feed My Sheep to give two meals per month. Now Feed My Sheep is serving meals on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center.  The first meal of the month is paid for by a donation from Post 53 and the second meal is paid for by donations from various sources.
  Last Tuesday's (1/2/2024) dinner we served 57 meals.
A big thank you goes to Post 53 and our other sources for our donations.
A big thank you goes to the volunteers who put their time in to make the meals happen. They are:
  Anita Britton, Pam McGreevy, Carolyn and Art Warner, Chris Craft, Cathy and Tony Sera, Trina Stark, Kathy and  Don Nathaniel. Without your help we would not be able to do this event. I hope I didn't miss anyone.
 
With the Lord's blessing we hope to continue this event for years to come.
Written by Patrick McGreevy
Past Commander of Post 53
Post 53 Historian.
 
 
 

3/22/2024

3/23/2024

3/23/2024
We are giving away TWO 2023 Cimarron 20 ft Stock Combo Trailers!


3/23/2024

3/23/2024

3/29/2024
3/29/2024

4/2/2024

Feed My Sheep opens their doors and their hearts to help furnish a meal to those in need on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month, between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Feed My Sheep
History:
  Mid 2022 Anita Britton (my sister-in-law) and Pam McGreevy (my beautiful wife) started talking about how Anita and her church group fed the needy in Ohio years ago.  They both decided to start a group here in Buckeye. The problem of where to hold these dinners was a main concern.  November of 2022 I suggested that we ask the American Legion Post 53 in Buckeye for help. Post 53 calls Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center at 402 E Narramore Ave home.
  Anita and Pam attended one of our meetings at Post 53 and presented the Feed My Sheep concept.  This is a group of volunteers that gives free meals to the local people who are in need of a helping hand.
  Post 53 members voted to allow Feed My Sheep to have the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center on the 3rd Tuesday of the month to prepare and serve the meals without the charge of a rental fee.
Feed My Sheep gave their first meal in February of 2023 with 12 meals served.  Each month our numbers served grew. November 2023 the Post 53 membership asked Feed My Sheep to give two meals per month. Now Feed My Sheep is serving meals on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center.  The first meal of the month is paid for by a donation from Post 53 and the second meal is paid for by donations from various sources.
  Last Tuesday's (1/2/2024) dinner we served 57 meals.
A big thank you goes to Post 53 and our other sources for our donations.
A big thank you goes to the volunteers who put their time in to make the meals happen. They are:
  Anita Britton, Pam McGreevy, Carolyn and Art Warner, Chris Craft, Cathy and Tony Sera, Trina Stark, Kathy and  Don Nathaniel. Without your help we would not be able to do this event. I hope I didn't miss anyone.
 
With the Lord's blessing we hope to continue this event for years to come.
Written by Patrick McGreevy
Past Commander of Post 53
Post 53 Historian.
 
 
 

4/5/2024
4/6/2024
4/11/2024

4/12/2024

4/13/2024

4/13/2024

4/13/2024

4/13/2024



With a new venue, upgraded menu, and live music, this year’s event promises to be the BEST ever!

AzOPT is proud to be the headlining sponsor for the 3rd Annual Mariah's Miracle Boots, Bags & BBQ Fundraiser! Check out the link for all of the details and register your team or purchase spectator meal tickets.

💥 Early Bird Special 💥

  • Register a team by February 29th - each player will receive a Mariah's Miracle t-shirt AND one raffle entry!
  • Purchase spectator meal tickets by February 29th - receive one extra raffle ticket for every meal purchased!
  • https://azopt.net/kids-place-mariahs-miracle/cornhole/
https://azopt.net/kids-place-mariahs-miracle/cornhole/



4/13/2024
4/14/2024

4/16/2024

Feed My Sheep opens their doors and their hearts to help furnish a meal to those in need on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month, between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Feed My Sheep
History:
  Mid 2022 Anita Britton (my sister-in-law) and Pam McGreevy (my beautiful wife) started talking about how Anita and her church group fed the needy in Ohio years ago.  They both decided to start a group here in Buckeye. The problem of where to hold these dinners was a main concern.  November of 2022 I suggested that we ask the American Legion Post 53 in Buckeye for help. Post 53 calls Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center at 402 E Narramore Ave home.
  Anita and Pam attended one of our meetings at Post 53 and presented the Feed My Sheep concept.  This is a group of volunteers that gives free meals to the local people who are in need of a helping hand.
  Post 53 members voted to allow Feed My Sheep to have the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center on the 3rd Tuesday of the month to prepare and serve the meals without the charge of a rental fee.
Feed My Sheep gave their first meal in February of 2023 with 12 meals served.  Each month our numbers served grew. November 2023 the Post 53 membership asked Feed My Sheep to give two meals per month. Now Feed My Sheep is serving meals on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center.  The first meal of the month is paid for by a donation from Post 53 and the second meal is paid for by donations from various sources.
  Last Tuesday's (1/2/2024) dinner we served 57 meals.
A big thank you goes to Post 53 and our other sources for our donations.
A big thank you goes to the volunteers who put their time in to make the meals happen. They are:
  Anita Britton, Pam McGreevy, Carolyn and Art Warner, Chris Craft, Cathy and Tony Sera, Trina Stark, Kathy and  Don Nathaniel. Without your help we would not be able to do this event. I hope I didn't miss anyone.
 
With the Lord's blessing we hope to continue this event for years to come.
Written by Patrick McGreevy
Past Commander of Post 53
Post 53 Historian.
 
 
 

4/17/2024
4/19/2024
4/19/2024

4/20/2024
4/20/2024

4/27/2024

5/3/2024
5/4/2024
5/7/2024

Feed My Sheep opens their doors and their hearts to help furnish a meal to those in need on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month, between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Feed My Sheep
History:
  Mid 2022 Anita Britton (my sister-in-law) and Pam McGreevy (my beautiful wife) started talking about how Anita and her church group fed the needy in Ohio years ago.  They both decided to start a group here in Buckeye. The problem of where to hold these dinners was a main concern.  November of 2022 I suggested that we ask the American Legion Post 53 in Buckeye for help. Post 53 calls Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center at 402 E Narramore Ave home.
  Anita and Pam attended one of our meetings at Post 53 and presented the Feed My Sheep concept.  This is a group of volunteers that gives free meals to the local people who are in need of a helping hand.
  Post 53 members voted to allow Feed My Sheep to have the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center on the 3rd Tuesday of the month to prepare and serve the meals without the charge of a rental fee.
Feed My Sheep gave their first meal in February of 2023 with 12 meals served.  Each month our numbers served grew. November 2023 the Post 53 membership asked Feed My Sheep to give two meals per month. Now Feed My Sheep is serving meals on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center.  The first meal of the month is paid for by a donation from Post 53 and the second meal is paid for by donations from various sources.
  Last Tuesday's (1/2/2024) dinner we served 57 meals.
A big thank you goes to Post 53 and our other sources for our donations.
A big thank you goes to the volunteers who put their time in to make the meals happen. They are:
  Anita Britton, Pam McGreevy, Carolyn and Art Warner, Chris Craft, Cathy and Tony Sera, Trina Stark, Kathy and  Don Nathaniel. Without your help we would not be able to do this event. I hope I didn't miss anyone.
 
With the Lord's blessing we hope to continue this event for years to come.
Written by Patrick McGreevy
Past Commander of Post 53
Post 53 Historian.
 
 
 

5/11/2024

5/11/2024

5/17/2024
5/18/2024

5/19/2024

5/21/2024

Feed My Sheep opens their doors and their hearts to help furnish a meal to those in need on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month, between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Feed My Sheep
History:
  Mid 2022 Anita Britton (my sister-in-law) and Pam McGreevy (my beautiful wife) started talking about how Anita and her church group fed the needy in Ohio years ago.  They both decided to start a group here in Buckeye. The problem of where to hold these dinners was a main concern.  November of 2022 I suggested that we ask the American Legion Post 53 in Buckeye for help. Post 53 calls Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center at 402 E Narramore Ave home.
  Anita and Pam attended one of our meetings at Post 53 and presented the Feed My Sheep concept.  This is a group of volunteers that gives free meals to the local people who are in need of a helping hand.
  Post 53 members voted to allow Feed My Sheep to have the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center on the 3rd Tuesday of the month to prepare and serve the meals without the charge of a rental fee.
Feed My Sheep gave their first meal in February of 2023 with 12 meals served.  Each month our numbers served grew. November 2023 the Post 53 membership asked Feed My Sheep to give two meals per month. Now Feed My Sheep is serving meals on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Buckeye Community Veterans Service Center.  The first meal of the month is paid for by a donation from Post 53 and the second meal is paid for by donations from various sources.
  Last Tuesday's (1/2/2024) dinner we served 57 meals.
A big thank you goes to Post 53 and our other sources for our donations.
A big thank you goes to the volunteers who put their time in to make the meals happen. They are:
  Anita Britton, Pam McGreevy, Carolyn and Art Warner, Chris Craft, Cathy and Tony Sera, Trina Stark, Kathy and  Don Nathaniel. Without your help we would not be able to do this event. I hope I didn't miss anyone.
 
With the Lord's blessing we hope to continue this event for years to come.
Written by Patrick McGreevy
Past Commander of Post 53
Post 53 Historian.
 
 
 

5/25/2024