THE UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION CHAPTER 25’S 2ND ANNUAL LABOR DAY FAMILY BBQ!

Peace,

Who – The Universal Zulu Nation Chapter 25 Wisdom/Power, Founded March 2, 2006 by Zulu King Rob “EL-One” Rodriguez and centered in Huntington Station Long Island!

What – The 2nd Annual Labor Day Family BBQ!

When – Monday, September 3, 2012 at 1:00pm

Where – William E. Kessler Park located at 525 Sweet Hollow Rd, Melville, Long Island N.Y. 11747 Driving Directions:

From Huntington: Take Rt-110 south to Old Country Rd and make a RIGHT. At the first light make LEFT. The park will be on the RIGHT just after Sunquam Elementary.

From Amittyville: Take Rt-110 north (approximately 6-7 miles) to Old Country Rd and make a LEFT. At the first light make another LEFT. The park will be on the RIGHT just after Sunquam Elementary.

From Nassau/Queens/Brooklyn:
1- Take the Southern State (Belt Pkwy) east to exit 32N (Rt-110) SEE DIRECTIONS FROM AMITTYVILLE.
2- Take the LIE (495) east to exit 49N (Rt-110) and head north approximately 1 mile to Old Country Rd which is located at the light just before the Northern State, if you go under the Northern State bridge then you’ve gone too far. At Old Country Rd make a LEFT and take Old Country Rd to the first light and make another LEFT. The park will be on the right side next to the school.
3- Take the Northern State east to exit 40 and go SOUTH (Rt-110). Make a RIGHT at Old Country Rd (first light). Take Old Country Rd to the first light and make a LEFT. The park will be on the right next to the school.

Trains From Jamaica
To Farmingdale (RECOMENDED) – 1:38, 2:38, 3:38, 4:38 (all trains take 31 minutes).
To Huntington – 1:13, 1:46, 2:13, 2:46, 3:13, 3:46, 4:13 (all trains take 42 minutes).

Trains From Freeport
To Farmingdale – Take train to Jamaica at 12:53, 1:53, or 2:53. Then transfer to the Farmingdale train, see above for times (all trips take a total of 1hr and 16mins).
To Amittyville – 1:56, 2:26, 2:56, 3:26, 3:56, 3:55 (takes 11 minutes), 4:26. Except for the one specified all trains take 20 minutes.

Why – Unity, Love, and Having Fun!

BBQ/Bar·be·cue/ˈbärbiˌkyo͞o/Noun: A meal or gathering at which meat, fish, or other food is cooked out of doors on a rack over an open fire or on a portable grill. Verb: Cook (meat, fish, or other food) on a barbecue.

LABOR DAY WEEKEND: an American federal holiday observed on the first Monday in September that celebrates the economic and social contributions of workers.

FORBIDDEN FROM MENU: Ham, Sausages, Hotdogs, and Pork of any kind, shape, or form. Why? Because it is a very deceitful poison. It is in the form of live worms commonly called pork worms (trichnae). In a hog eater’s body, these worms multiply by the millions. The scientific name of the ill-causing worm found in all pork is Trichinella spiralis which causes trichinosis. DO NOT BRING IT, DO NOT EAT IT AMAZULUZ!

“Is there any excitement for this event? Are you looking forward to doing something else with NON ZULU’s??? Many of you do not show your face for meetings, this would be a perfect time to come re-pledge your commitment to the U.Z.N. There is no excuse for not attending. You can bring your WiZdom, Seeds, and Family as long as you contribute to the GRILL bring em all!” – Zulu King El-One

Eat right. Think right. Live right. Do right. Let’s enjoy good food, good company, and represent Zulu as the positive Organization it is as alwayz!

For more information contact:

https://www.facebook.com/ricanzulu25

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One comment on “THE UNIVERSAL ZULU NATION CHAPTER 25’S 2ND ANNUAL LABOR DAY FAMILY BBQ!

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