Welcome! We would love for you to join us at our
General Meetings on the third Tuesday of each
month. 6:00pm AT LEE ROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH. I BELIEVE YOU WILL ENJOY IT. PLEASE CALL CHRIS BAIRD AT 864-325-1555 TO CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE, SO WE WILL HAVE ENOUGH FOOD FOR ALL.
The Social Hall is on the Left end of the church, as you face front of Church.
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We continue to fulfill the four pillars of the American Legion, Veterans Affairs, Children and Youth, Americanism, and National Security. Our Post is very active, with a lot of community involvement and outreach. In addition our Post houses the Cecil D. Buchannan Military History Museum. Please read the section about our Museum. We welcome all veterans to come visit our Post. For further information about joining our Post, please call Tony Dunn, our Adjutant, at 864 979 9867.
In honor of the 100th Anniversary of World War 1 we will be having special programs in 2018 about Camp Sevier which was located in Greenville and especially the 30th Infantry. See our New Exhibit page for links to Camp Sevier and the 100th Anniversary.
YourACE” is aimed at supporting local communities nationwide with the resources needed to properly commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the World War 1 Armistice. This includes supporting World War One Centennial Commission’s “Bells of Peace: A World War I Remembrance” national event, where citizens and organizations across the nation are invited to toll bells in their communities 21 times at 11:00 a.m. (EST) local time on Nov. 11, 2018.
Bell tollers throughout the country are encouraged to download the free Apple or Android “Bells of Peace Participation App”, which has a built-in countdown timer, bell sounds and provides Veterans Day gatherings the opportunity of joining the nationwide remembrance. If someone is in a place where there are no bells, they have the ability to join in a simultaneous toll from all the phones running the app. These 21st century Bells of Peace will toll from every device, 21 times, in a remembrance of when the fighting ceased.