Book Your Next Event At The Post
Milwaukie Post 180 of American Legion is equipped and available to serve the needs of our community in the area of family gatherings, dinner events and various forms of entertainment. The Post can provide a raised production stage that overlooks floor space and tables that can seat up to eighty or possibly even 100 people. Microphone and loudspeaker equipment is available as desired.
If you have a special family member birthday that you would like to celebrate, the Post should be on your list of desirable venues. Other activities might be weddings, anniversaries, graduations or any reason to give a dinner or maybe present a special speaker to an invited assembly.
Membership in Post 180 of The American Legion certainly has its benefits. You will find that the cost of sponsorship of a personal event for a member can even be zero (0) dollars. That is a price that you will be hard pressed to beat! If you are not presently a member of Post 180, but are a veteran, it could be worthwhile to check your eligibility for membership.
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Red Cross Blood Drives at Post 180
- Saturday, October 10th
- Saturday, November 14th
- Saturday, December 12th
- Times of the blood drive are from 8 AM to 1:30 PM
Details will be posted as these dates draw nearer
Day to day activities for the month
OCTOBER 3RD AT POST #51, LEBANON
DEPARTMENT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (DEC) MEETING
SCHEDULED FOR 3 OCTOBER, 2020
American Legion, Santiam, Oregon, Post #51
480 S Main St.
Lebanon, OR 97355
Presentation of awards will be made in recognition of activities performed by those named, that excelled in the positions for which they are being honored. Specifically, the awards of appreciation submitted by Post 180, Milwaukie, and declared by Department of Oregon are;
Teacher of the Year: Mr. J. Erik Schenk.
Mr. Schenk teaches at Milwaukie High School in the subjects of English and Language Arts. These main subjects break down into (a. Community & Connections, (b. War in Literature (c. English 11 (American Literature) and (d. English 11 (Fantasy/Sci-Fi)
Law Enforcement Officer of the Year: Mr. Brad Walther.
Officer Walther is a member of the Milwaukie Department of Public Safety, a member of Post 180, and originator and driving force of The Corporal Diffie Veterans Fund. This fund aims at bridging the Gap between a Veteran’s need for immediate help during dire circumstances and the existing Veteran Resources inability to quickly respond with services, programs, and solutions at the Federal, State, and County levels due to the unavoidable lead-times, policies, and procedures in place.
Department Legionnaire of the Year: Commander Post 180, Michael Wilson.
Multi-year Post commander of Post 180 Milwaukie. Has been responsible for setting up American Red Cross blood bank visits and maintaining a stable Post operation during a rather unstable time. Financials have been a close focus of the commander, and the balance sheet has consistently headed in the right direction. A great success of the Commander has been the large increase in membership for the Post.
The Fall DEC awards and plaques will be presented at banquet held on 3 October, 2020 at American Legion, Post 51, at 480 S Main St. Lebanon, Oregon. Registration for banquet, meals and or lodging may be accomplished with forms available for printing with this post. Registration and a check for expenses must be received by Santiam Post #51 before September 25th, 2020.
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