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Post 159 now has WiFi available for our members & guests. Details are on our bulletin board. Please note: this service is not intended for use by the general public. Please do not share the password.
UPCOMING REGULAR & SPECIAL EVENTS
Thurs, Nov 23rd, The American Legion is preparing a Thanksgiving Dinner for Island Residents with Delivery available to the Homebound. Click Here for more information.
Saturday, Dec 9th, Breakfast Buffet at the Legion from 8 to 10 AM. Auxiliary Baked Goods Sale runs concurrently with the Breakfast Buffet.
Friday, Dec 15th, the American Legion will be serving Steamed Shrimp and Clams from 5-7 PM. Carry out available after 6:30, supplies permitting.
On Saturday evenings, Game Night beginning 7PM.
On Mondays, Line Dancing beginning 7PM.
The Chincoteague American Legion Post opens daily at 11AM. Lunch and dinner menu items served daily from noon - 7 p.m. After 7 p.m. regular menu items available. The specials range from sandwiches to small platters. We welcome members and their guests to come check out our special menu items reasonably priced.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Auxiliary asks that you encourage the American Legion Family to please donate needed supplies for the Troop Support Boxes. Lists of needed supplies have been widely distributed and a supply donation box prominently placed in the Legion hall. Once a year the Auxiliary endeavors to send our community service members a Christmas package from home to show our appreciation. This year the Auxiliary will bake 50 dozen homemade cookies to go along with the supplies. The supply items are not expensive and can be easily purchased at a local store and are truly appreciated by our service members.
The Chincoteague American Legion Family of Post 159 is now a proud Bronze Service Star Member of the Veterans' Hall at the National Museum of the United Stated Army.Click here to view our Citation and click here to view the Banner on display in our Post Home.
VA Announces Community Care Call Center to Help Veterans with Choice Program
Billing Issues. Click HERE for Complete Information.
We need more participation qualify for Virginia American Legion License Plates. Click here to download a pre-application and view a sample plate. You can keep tabs on our progress by visiting http://valegion.org/
Click in the following link to review and download your Veterans Choice toolkit.
Important Changes in the Tax Law for TRICARE Patients.
Click on the link below to see the rule changes.
The American Legion Family, Post #159 with the support of the Town of Chincoteague is proud to present the Hometown Heroes Military Banner Program. This program was created to recognize and honor active duty military personnel that reside in or have immediate family living in Chincoteague. Banners will display the official military photo of the service person, as well as their name, rank, and branch of U.S. Armed Forces. There will be NO cost to the honoree or the applicant to participate.
Since our charter in January 1933, our American Legion Post has been welcoming and serving VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, we continue to welcome all military serving our country. Joining our Post enables you to continue serving your God, Country and Community. Our mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams, peace and blessings for our country, friends and families embodied in our preamble below.
Adopted Military Unit: 307th Brigade Support Battalion (BSB), U. S. Army, supports the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, NC.
ATTENTION FELLOW VETERANS
Would you like to join your fellow veterans here at Chincoteague Post 159. All you have to do is click on the "Application" link on the left side, fill out the application, then mail your check and a photo copy of your DD Form 214 or other official proof of honorable service with the U. S. Armed Forces to American Legion Post 159, P.O. Box 244, Chincoteague, VA 23336; OR give your check and proof to the Bartender at the Post.
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