Chief Marshal’s Banquet

Chief Marshal’s Banquet

The South Boston Allied War Veterans Council cordially invites you to our

 Chief Marshal’s Banquet

to honor

Barbara Signor –Chief Marshal of the 2018 St. Patrick’s Day &Evacuation Day Parade

Guest Speaker: TBD


Banquet is held at 1pm on Sunday, March 11th at:

South Boston Lithuanian Club

368 West Broadway, South Boston

Tickets are $40 per person

$400 per table of 10

Authentic Corned Beef and Cabbage sit-down dinner, with Irish music, dancing, and good old Irish Cheer!!!

To order your tickets before February 25th:

  • Mail: Send check made out to South Boston Allied War Veterans Council, P.O. Box 351 South Boston, MA 02127
  • Email: Send your contact info, and number of tickets requested to [email protected]
  • Online: Go to, click Donations in top navigation bar, and use PayPal under individual donations button. Please put “Banquet Tix” in special instructions, along with your contact info.

Barbara embodies the highest elements of the St. Patrick’s Day and Evacuation Day Parade – service to her community, dedication to her family, and devotion to her faith. She is a veteran, enlisting in the Woman Marines at the age of 18, which was during the Korean Conflict. She joined the Women Marines Association, where she later served as their President. Locally, she joined the Paul J. Saunders Post (AL # 383) in South Boston and became their Treasurer.

Barbara has given over 25 years of service to caregiving, first as a staff member and coordinator at South Boston’s Laboure Center, and later as a Nurse’s Aide at Marian Manor and St. Margaret’s Hospital. She continues her commitment to community and veterans’ services through her volunteer work at Toys for Tots, at the South Boston Neighborhood House and Senior Center (“The Ollie”), and through teaching CCD classes in South Boston parishes for over 40 years.  She is only two classes shy of earning a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Massachusetts’ Boston Campus.

Barbara is mother to Joseph, Thaddeus, and Medora. Her extended family includes her father and mother, Ignatius and Maria Majchrzak, along with her two sisters Christina and Romualda, and her brother Peter. She also cherishes her many friendships within the community of South Boston.