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: May 27, 2015
Notice: Our next "General Membership" meeting is on Thursday, June 18th 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, June 11th 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)
Our Meeting Schedule!
Notice: Our Executive Committee will meet in the Squad Bay at the post on Thursday, June 4th at 7:00pm.
(Always meets the 1st Thursday of every month)


2nd   Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for the
         Firing Squad

3rd   Vietnam Vets Meeting 6:30pm

4th   Executive Meeting 7:00pm

4th   MCL - Badger Detachment Meeting

7th   Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for the
        Firing Squad

9th   Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for the
        Firing Squad

11th Firing Squad Meeting 7:00pm

11th SAL Meeting 7:30pm

14th Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for the

16th Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for the
        Firing Squad

16th DAV Meeting 3:00pm

18th General Membership Meeting 7:00pm

20th Flag Disposal Ceremony & 2015/2016
        Installation of Officers 5:00pm

21st Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for the

22nd VFW Meeting 6:30pm

23rd Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for the
        Firing Squad

28th Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for the

Things We Do
​Thank you for joining us!
Whenever someone asks, "What does The American Legion do?" tell them to take a look at this!
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Located at 6351 W. Grange Avenue, Greendale, WI 53129
Call 414-421-3371.
IN MAY 2015

3rd    Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
         Firing Squad

5th    Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
         Firing Squad

6th    Vietnam Veterans Meeting 6:30pm

7th    Executive Board Meeting 7:00pm

7th    MCL Badger Detachment Meeting 

10th  Mother's Day - No Bingo

12th  Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
         Firing Squad

14th  Firing Squad Meeting 7:00pm

14th  SAL Meeting 7:30pm

17th  Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
         Post 416

19th  Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
         Firing Squad 

19th  DAV Meeting 3:00pm

20th  4th District Meeting 7:00pm Post 537
         at 92nd and Beloit Road

21st  General Membership Meeting 

24th  Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
         Post 416

25th  Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast 
         8:00am to noon - Memorial Services
         and Parade (See Chaplain's Media  

26th  Bingo in Memorial Hall 9:45am for
         Firing Squad

31st  Bingo in Memorial Hall 6:00pm for
         Post 416
Latest Announcement On The Veterans Memorial!
April 28, 2015
The citizens of Greendale, Wisconsin came together this evening at the Greendale High School Auditorium for a massive meeting with the School Board on whether to transfer a piece of land owned by the School Board to the City of Greendale. The town's residents each had an opportunity to share their thoughts and views
on the subject before the Board. At the end of discussion, a motion was made for a ballot vote to be taken. Ballots were distributed and then collected. The crowd applauded and cheered as they heard the results read by the newly elected School Board President, Joe Crapitto. The vote to transfer the property passed, 377 to 54!

The vote was held because the veterans living in Greendale and the veterans who are active with The American Legion and VFW Posts in Greendale want to build a Veterans Memorial on the site after observing that the property had not been used for many, many years. The School Board denied the request based on the requested location of the Memorial.

As of right now, it is understood by those who are interested in the Veterans Memorial that the transfer of this property now means there is a new governing body in charge of making the decision. The veterans organizations remain hopeful and look forward to working with the City of Greendale.
Southway and Broad Street - Greendale, Wisconsin
Tim Baranzyk, Commander - American Legion
and Committee Co-Chair of the Veterans Memorial
John Ustruck, VFW Commander
Ken Kieck, VFW member 
Committee Co-Chair of the Veterans Memorial
YES Votes: 377   
NO Votes: 54
Congratulations to all who work so hard and a big thank you to the entire community for your support!
Approximately 475 attendees from Greendale and other areas
QUESTION: How many members are there in the Greendale American Legion Post 416?
A. 17
B. 138
C. 564
C. 564 truly fabulous members!
Thank you for serving!
The Greendale American Legion Post 416, VFW Post 10519, The City of Greendale and Many Others Observe Memorial Day 2015
While many consider Memorial Day as just another three day weekend for traveling out of town, others know the true meaning of this ceremonial day. Memorial Day allows us to take time to honor those who died for our country and our freedom. Without their sacrifice, we most likely would not be allowed to travel across the street much less out of town.

Two Special Days Every Year

On Veterans Day we thank all veterans for serving our wonderful country. On Memorial Day we give honor and respect to all who have sacrificed their lives for us. These courageous people, who fought for our freedom, actually made their Supreme Sacrifice. They will never see their families again. There are thousands of families across America who know first-hand what this means. It is their loved one who is no longer with us. May we never forget this and may God bless each of them!
Please help us support Denise Rohan from Wisconsin to the high position of National Commander of The American Legion. Denise is the Past State Commander of the Department of Wisconsin and has carried out those responsibilities very successfully. She has recently been nominated candidate for National Commander. This is special not only because she is from Wisconsin, but because she will also be the first female National Commander in the history of The American Legion starting in 1919.

All National Commanders serve for a one year term, representing The American Legion before the U.S. Congress and the President of The United States on many veterans issues. This requires the individual to present themselves professionally and honorably. They must have the committed trust of the entire Legion membership as they travel worldwide as needed to help and represent all veterans. Feel free to make your financial donations by making your checks payable to Denise Rohan and mailing them to Denise Rohan for National Commander, PO Box 930100, Verona, WI 53593-0100. Thank you for your support. More to come.
Denise Rohan, Past State Commander for 
the Department of Wisconsin
Denise Rohan for National Commander
The Good Hope Cemetery
Greenfield, Wisconsin
Gathering For The Parade
In The Heart of Greendale Village
Troop 11 Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts of America
Greendale Police and Fire Departments
The Greendale Middle School Panthers
The Greenfield High School JROTC
The VFW Post 10519 of Greendale, Wisconsin
The Greenfield Jr. High School Marching Band
The Wonderful and Popular Greendale Village Concert Band
-On Stage-
Meet Our Very Active Greendale American Legion Post - 564 Members Strong
Indoor Concert Hosted by The Greendale Senior High School
Welcome to the 2015 Memorial Day Pancake and Waffle Breakfast at Greendale's American Legion Post 416
And the crowd thickens!
Thank you for serving.
Waffles, coming up!
French Toast anyone?
More pancakes please...NOW!
Also In The News!
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: