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Support our Charter Organization
Delafield American Legion Post 196


THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME!!! (That’s Legion terms for Open to the Public)
TUESDAY - FRIDAY OPENED AT 4PM
SATURDAY & SUNDAY OPEN FOR FOOTBALL SEASON

FOOD, BEVERAGES AND CAMARADERIE !!!!

THE FRYER & GRILL ARE OPEN!!  STOP IN FOR A HAMBURGER, FRIES OR APPETIZER!!

Delafield American Legion Post 196

333 N Lapham Peak Rd
PO Box 152
Delafield, WI 53018
Clubhouse phone - (262) 646-3930

www.delafieldlegion.com


American Legion Scout Service Award Patch




Delafield American Legion Post 196
Scout Service Award Patch

Starting January 1st through December 31st Troop 49 scouts are eligible to earn the Legion Scout Service Award Patch.  This award will be presented by the American Legion for noteworthy service to the Legion and to the community.  All service will be recorded by event, date, total hours at that event then signed approval for the event.  See the service form for all information on the different Legion events through out the year and for examples of types of approved community service allowed.

Event and final approval is by one of the following; Troop Charter Org Rep, Scoutmaster or Committee Chair.

Requirements:  Minimum total 20 service hours, participate in no less the 3 Legion events, list any additional service hours to your community as needed.  Events and Hours reset January 1st.

The 2018 form is found below, only this form may be used.
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Delafield American Legion Post 196 service award form - 2018.pdf  

Post Excellence Award 2016



THE AMERICAN LEGION

POST EXCELLENCE AWARD 2016

 

Delafield American Legion Post 196 has been named the recipient of the American Legion Post Excellence Award for 2016.  To qualify for the Post Excellence Award, a post is required to achieve excellence in four areas: membership, youth activities, community service and support to currently serving troops or veterans.

The purposes of this award are membership growth, exposure of American Legion values to the youth of the community, and increased visibility of the American Legion Family through service projects. A post achieving this qualification will have had numerous post members involved in planning and achieving these goals.

This is a great achievement of the American Legion Post 196 and all of their members; we are proud of their dedication to veterans, community service and to Troop 49.  We thank you for your service to our great nation and to being a member of your family.

2017 American Legion Coon Feed


2017 American Legion Coon Feed - Save the date!

January 28, 2017
4:30 pm

Fundraiser:
$18.00 Adults, 6 and under free!

American Legion Post 196
333 Lapham Peak Rd
Delafield
 
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91th Annual Coon Feed.pdf  

This week at the Post


LEGION HOURS - STOP IN FOR SOME OF THE BEST BURGERS AROUND!!!

Tues - Fri Open @ 4 pm

MONDAY

Closed - SALS, Lady's Auxiliary or Legion meeting at the Post

TUESDAY

In House Pool Leagues @ 7:00pm

WEDNESDAY

Nightly Specials

THURSDAY

Nightly Specials

FRIDAY

Free Pool

Nightly Specials

SATURDAY

CLOSED

SUNDAY

Open for Packer games

Flag Day - June 14th


In the United States, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened on that day in 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress.

In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that officially established June 14 as Flag Day; in August 1949, National Flag Day was established by an Act of Congress. Flag Day is not an official federal holiday. Title 36 of the United States Code, Subtitle I, Part A, CHAPTER 1, § 110 is the official statute on Flag Day; however, it is at the President's discretion to officially proclaim the observance. On June 14, 1937, Pennsylvania became the first U.S. state to celebrate Flag Day as a state holiday, beginning in the town of Rennerdale.

Upcoming events at the Legion Post


Your participation is appreciated.

Memorial Day Ceremony - May 29th setup at the Legion Post 8:00am, ceremony starts at 10:00am

July 3rd - Setup at the Legion Post at 6:30pm for the July 4th event, both dining flies will be used
July 4th - Be at the Legion Post at 8:00am, at 8:30 walk up to the parade staging area, followed by the city parade then the flag retirement ceremony.
After this event scouts and adults need to stay to help take down both dining flies and to help clean up.

August 24th - Annual Legion Golf outing set up at the Broadlands Golf Course
August 25th - Time TBD - Help elderly guests take their golf bags to the event

October 8th - Annual Legion Car Show - 8:00am - 2:00pm