The American Legion -
Veterans Serving Veterans
Since its founding in 1919, the 2.7 million-member American Legion is the nation's preeminent service organization for veterans of the U.S. armed forces, including active duty, National Guard and Reserves, and their families. A powerful voice for veterans in Washington, The American Legion drafted the original GI Bill and was instrumental in establishing the agency that today is the federal Department of Veterans Affairs.
THE POST IS RE-OPENING TUESDAY, JANUARY 5TH 11:00 A.M.
MAXIMUM SEATING CAPACITY IS 45 – LIMIT OF 2 GUESTS PER MEMBER
HOURS OF OPERATION ARE: TUESDAY – SUNDAY 11:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. WITH LAST CALL FOR ALCOHOL AT 9:00 P.M.
IF YOU FEEL SICK, DO NOT COME IN!
EVERYONE MUST SIGN IN FOR CONTACT
SOCIAL DISTANCING (6 FEET OR MORE) WILL STILL BE PRACTICED. ONLY 4 PEOPLE PER TABLE, PUTTING TABLES TOGETHER IS NOT ALLOWED.
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Hamburger Nights are now back. Starting the 2nd Sunday and the last Thursday - Breakfast's and Spaghitti nights will resume in February. Please remember to follow the State of Colorado and the CDC mandates need to be followed by all members and guests of Post 1
Leo Thomas Leyden, the first Denver man to be killed in action, was born in Denver and lived here most of his life. He was educated in the public schools and in the Denver University.
Marcellus Holmes Chiles was another Denver boy who paid the supreme sacrifice, having been a member of Company A, 356th Infantry, 89th Division. He died on November 5th, 1918, from wounds received in action in the Argonne. He was designated as one of the one hundred heroes of the World War.
John Hunter Wickersham was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1890. He came to Denver when a small boy and received his education in Denver.
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