Greendale American Legion Post 416 6351 W. Grange Avenue, Greendale, WI 53129 Pho: 414-421-3371
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This site was last updated: December 8, 2017
Notice: Our next "General Membership" meeting is on Thursday, December 21st 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, January 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)
Notice: Our Executive Committee will meet in the Squad Bay at the post on Tuesday, December 5th at 7:00pm.
(Always meets the 1st Tuesday of every month)
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QUESTION: How many members are there in the Greendale American Legion Post 416?
C. 564 truly fabulous members!
Wisconsin's Own Denise Rohan Runs for National Commander
NOW HEAR THIS!
6351 W Grange Avenue - Greendale, Wisconsin 53129 Phone: 414-421-3371
Welcome to our website
This is one great Legion post!
Join us and help make a difference!
We are The American Legion!
Denise Rohan, our 2017-2018 National Commander
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE
VETERANS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE
Is the U.S. Flag to be flown at full or half staff?
-By Executive Order-
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MESSAGES FOR FIRING SQUAD MEMBERS
Happy Memorial Day Everyone!
MEMORIAL DAY REPORT
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