Lest We Forget
Legionnaires, servicemembers remember Pearl Harbor
Far from the warm shores and sandy beaches at Pearl Harbor, sailors, soldiers, Marines, members of The American Legion and other guests gathered at the historic Heslar Naval Armory beside White River in Indianapolis Dec. 7 to remember those who died in the surprise attack 67 years ago that brought the United States into World War II.
Five (5) WWII Vets-sent Christmas Cards out to them
Richard R. Smith
KOREAN VETERANS:Commemoration of 50th Anniversary of Korean War
Eugene Brown Post #521 has:
Nine (9) Korean Vets-sent War Ribbon Bookmarks
Robert (Bo) Young
Willie B. Watkins
William Roger Young
Eight (8) Newly initiated Vets (last month)-sent 3×5 Flags (United We Stand) welcoming gifts on behalf of Post #521
Lovie Smith Jr.
John O. Davis
Mission: To provideService to our Veterans, their familiesand the Community
This means ACTION…
We still have about 14 others who need to be initiated into the Post! I am hopeful that next year we can include the Christmas Dinner as a REFLECTIONand APPRECIATIONevent. The reason for the Season is THANKFULNESS:
for ALLwho have come before us… (Past)
for those who are still hanging on… (Present)
for those who are “Still Serving”… (Future)
The current Executive Board members stand on the BACKS of GIANTS who made it possible for us to do what we do! Let us make them PROUD! Let us BE the CHANGE
that others just talk about.
To get something you never had…you must do something you never did!
Stephanie Watkins/Adjutant 678 525-1400 c