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12th Annual Ocean County Golf Outing- May 11, 2017
See Bill or Kelly Murphy (Golf Central) for info.  Sponsorships Needed!
Saturday May 6th - Host Post for the Ocean County Convention

Saturday May 6th, Kentucky Derby Day at the Tiki bar

 Friday May 26th, installation of officers

Monday May 29th, Memorial day parade and ceremonies at post

June 7th- 10th, Department Convention in Wildwood, NJ

Saturday July 1st, picnic celebrating Independence Day, 1-7 PM

Saturday July 15th, Riders rib cook off, 1-7 PM (Flyer below)

Saturday August 12th, Veterans Benefit Picnic, 1- 7 PM

Sunday August 20th, Riders Surprise Themed Picnic

The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, mutual-help war-time veteran’s organization.  The American Legion is a community-service organization which now numbers nearly 3 million members – men and woman – nearly 15,000 American Legion Posts worldwide.  These Posts are organized into 55 Departments – one each for the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, France, Mexico and the Philippines. 
American Legion Brick Post 348 is located on the banks of the beautiful Metedeconk River in Brick New Jersey.  Post 348 has over 1300 members making the membership one of the largest in New Jersey.  Active and involved, the dedicated Veterans, Auxiliary, S.A.L., and Legion Riders always seem to have a plan for fun and fund raising in the works. 
Post 348 Commander
Skip Amundson

American Legion Brick Memorial Post 348

822 Mantoloking Road

Brick, New Jersey 08723

God Bless Our Troops
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March 28, 2017 was the Ocean County meeting and the official visit of
American Legion Department of New Jersey Commander Roger A. Gengaro.  During his visit,when Ocean County's contributions were added, donations to the Commander's project from all of New Jersey's many donor Posts exceeded his goal of over $100,000.  The project has several key points, one of which has never been done before.  The objective will fund the salary of a counselor to provide services to veterans residents in treatment (a position that had been cut).  One could bandy about where the responsibility should fall, but once again, the American Legion steps up to fill a void, thinking only of veterans in need of a hand up.  God Bless Commander Gengaro and God Bless our Troops.