There isn’t a more beautiful sight than the American flag flying high. And while you may already know how to display the American flag correctly, it’s important to know how to properly discard of a tattered or soiled American flag.
When a flag is worn out or no longer a fitting symbol to display, the United States Flag Code says it should be retired in a dignified we will be taking a trip to Calverton Cemetery to drop off flags to be retired on Wednesday May 27, 2020 so if you have any please drop them off at the legion before that date thank you
The American Legion post #94 continues to monitor the latest updates provided by local, state, and federal officials regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The Memorial Day parade has officially been cancel.
Saturday May 23, 2020 we will be placing flags like normal please meet down at legion at 8:30am will be leaving at 9am
Also on Memorial Day May 25, 2020 we will be going around at 9am to place wreaths around the village as we normally do so please be there by 8:30am
We are also doing a good drive so we can distribute to the local churches and food banks if you have any donations please call 631-807-1549 to set up for drop off thank you
Every day, it seems like a bold, new statement or directive is released to Americans regarding how we can protect each other For more than a century, we’ve been serving veterans, military, and their families. We’re definitely in unfamiliar territory right now regarding the edicts to isolate ourselves from others.
People need us. Our older veterans and members, and those who fall under the at-risk categories as listed by the Centers for Disease Control need us. But just because we’re staying at home, it doesn’t mean we can’t reach out to one another. You can always call, text, FaceTime, whatever it takes. The point is, we need to make sure those we serve are OK, and that our fellow members are too.