Greendale American Legion Post 416 6351 W. Grange Avenue, Greendale, WI 53129 Pho: 414-421-3371
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This page was last updated: August 10, 2015
Notice: Our next "General Membership" meeting is on Thursday, September 17th at 7:00pm.
(The General Membership meets the
3rd Thursday of every month)
(No meeting in July or August)
Thank you for visiting us!
Notice: Our Firing Squad will be meeting in the Legion Hall on Thursday, September 10th at 7:00pm.
(Meets the 2nd Thursday of every other month except no meeting is held in July or August. Instead, we meet in May and June, then take the summer off)
Notice: Our Executive Committee will meet in the Squad Bay at the post on Thursday, September 3rd at 7:00pm.
(Always meets the 1st Thursday of every month)
IMPORTANT DATES IN AUGUST 2015
2nd Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
4th Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
6th Executive Board Meeting 7pm
6th Set up for Greendale Village Days
7th Corn Roast Village Days 4pm - 10pm
8th Corn Roast Village Days 9am - 10pm
9th Corn Roast Village Days 9am - 6pm
9th Bingo in Memorial Hall 6pm for 40/8
10th Clean up from Corn Roast 9am
11th Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
16th Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for the
18th Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
18th DAV Meeting 3:00pm
23rd Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for the
24th VFW Meeting
25th Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for the
30th Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for the
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Located at 6351 W. Grange Avenue, Greendale, WI 53129
-PLEASE JOIN US AT POST 416-
IN JULY 2015
1st Set up for Corn Roast
Vietnam Vets Chapter 1 meet 7:00pm
Executive Board Meeting 7:00pm
2nd Corn Roast 3pm - 10pm
3rd Corn Roast 3pm - 10pm
4th Corn Roast 9am - 9pm
5th Clean up from Corn Roast
Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
7th Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
12th Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
14th Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
17th-19th State Convention - Appleton
19th Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
21st Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
26th Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
27th VFW Meeting 6:30pm
28th Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
QUESTION: How many members are there in the Greendale American Legion Post 416?
C. 564 truly fabulous members!
Denise Rohan, Past State Commander for
the Department of Wisconsin
Denise Rohan Runs for National Commander
What is the Legacy Scholarship Fund?
ANSWER: The Legacy Scholarship Fund is a very special fund that was created by The American Legion Riders. These motorcycle riders get together by the hundreds and ride from town to town across the United States, raising money to help pay for the college education of children who lost a parent while protecting our freedom. Many children have grown up without the benefit of both parents for this reason, thus making life difficult for them in many ways. They should never have to worry about how to pay for their education too. Enough. The American Legion Riders are known for their philosophy that, "We take care of our own."
We thank The American Legion Riders for your help and service to these exceptional kids! May God bless you and may God bless America. For more information about the Riders and what they do, please go to: www.legion.org/riders.
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The members at Greendale Post 416 would like to congratulate our sponsored participant, Jacob Malinowski from Greendale, for being elected Governor of Boys State. Jacob is going on to join the distinguished members of Boys Nation, which involves all of the states at the National level. A former high school participant that was elected Governor of Boys State was Scott Walker, now Governor Walker of the great State of Wisconsin. We would like to especially recognize Jacob for this same great accomplishment at Boys State.
The American Legion prides itself in sponsoring high school boys who aspire to lead our country in some way. The Legion's goal is to help them by gaining real-life experience. If you think this program is small, guess again! Check out these pictures.
Badger Boys State Participant from Greendale Makes Governor!
Governor of Boys State, Jacob Malinowski, from Greendale, WI
- Sponsored by Greendale American Legion Post 416-
Participants from around Wisconsin who attended Badger Boys State 2015 - Just a few!
At the last assembly, awards were handed out for athletics, the staff was recognized for their commitment to the week, and the supreme court gave its decisions on cases. Here, citizens and counselors congratulated each other on a successful week at the final assembly. And with that, the 74th session of Badger Boys State is complete!
Please Meet The
Department of Wisconsin President
Of The American Legion Auxiliary -
Laura Calteux was elected as Wisconsin’s American Legion Auxiliary President at the 95th Department Convention in Appleton, Wisconsin, on July 19, 2015.
Not only is Laura the Department President in the Great State of Wisconsin, she is also the 1st Department President ever elected from Post 416 or more precisely, The Greendale American Legion Auxiliary Unit 416. The members of The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary and The Sons of The American Legion congratulate her and wish her success over the next year. For some who may not know, Laura heads up all twelve Districts of Wisconsin in her new position, which covers 65,556 square miles in which to travel. She oversees twenty-seven committees, which include:
Auxiliary Emergency Fund
Badger State Girls
Children and Youth
Constitution and Bylaws
M. Louise Wilson Loan Fund
Past Presidents Parley
Poppy Projects and Sales
Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation
Services to Veterans
Homeless Women Veterans
The Christmas Shop
What is the American Legion Auxiliary?
In this world of ours, the American Legion Auxiliary shines as an example of unselfish giving. With almost a million members from all walks of life, the Auxiliary administers hundreds of volunteer programs, gives tens of thousands of hours to its communities and to veterans, and raises millions of dollars to support its own programs as well as other worthwhile charities familiar to most Americans. It is all accomplished with volunteers.
• To support The American Legion programs for veterans, young people,
• To provide for today's needs while being advocates for a brighter future
• To advance the understanding of patriotism and responsibility of
• To promote individual integrity and family values
• To ensure as volunteers, that Auxiliary members continue to be the leaders
in all that is good in this nation today, tomorrow and for generations to
come through serving others first and not self
1. Attract and retain professional, well-trained staff and leadership at a
sufficient level to support our mission.
2. Have a knowledgeable, vibrant and engaged membership.
3. Have a diverse income stream to support our mission.
4. Effect a positive image of the ALA and its members.
5. Continually foster a positive relationship within The American Legion
6. Attract and retain a membership base of women from a variety of
communities and eligible groups.
Laura Calteaux's motto for 2015-2016 is,
"Energize Our Programs.
Be the Spark For Our Veterans."
2015 Greendale Days is Big Hit!
Everyone enjoyed themselves as always...
We regret to inform you that the Sausage Fest Celebration held on South Kinnickinnic Ave in Bay View, Wisconsin has been cancelled for this year. Café Centraal informed us that they cancelled the event due to lack of sponsor support plus they are short on time to make this event happen. They are hoping to bring it back next year. Sausage Fest is known for being a fun place to be and has attracted quite a crowd in past years. The city closes off the street from all east/west traffic and the area becomes one big block party with all kinds of activities, great food, and drinks. We give Café Centraal our understanding and regards and hope to see this fun summertime event return. Thank you for everything you do not only for us, but your friends, your neighbors, and the entire community. We remain your loyal attendees.
Get your buttered corn on the cob here!
I'd like some tickets please...
The ticket seller and guy in charge!
What >>> a fabulous > PARTY!