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DULUTH, GA / JUNE 25-27, 2021
Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta
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SERVE YOUR POST!
American Legion Post 160 needs volunteers for community service. If you or anyone that you know needs to earn community service hours, please call the post at 770-436-2501.
We are open 4pm - 11pm Friday and Saturday and 5pm - 10pm every third Tuesday. Call at any time - leave a message if we don't answer, we will get back to you!
Veterans Strengthening America highlights the incredible impact Legionnaires are making across the nation. Making Communities Stronger, calls attention to how The American Legion is strengthening communities through food deliveries, blood drives, buddy checks, and providing critical supplies to vulnerable populations.
Click the play button to the right (or below if you are viewing from your phone) to view the latest video about what YOUR American Legion is doing!
The Food Pantry operated by the Post remains in operation. The volunteers who staff that operation will still assist people needing food assistance. Please contact the Post Commander for food assistance.
Veterans or family members needing assistance with navigating the VA, disability claims, or other actions/assistance should call
Service Officer Bill Lohmeyer, 770-436-2501 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Small groups, may still be accommodated with meeting space in the Post.
No food or beverage service will be available.
Contact the Post Commander to arrange.
The Post welcomes the opportunity to serve groups with event space, food and beverage service, and other needs in our ballroom. Support your local Post and the Veterans served by it! To view meeting space and discuss arrangements, please contact the Post Commander.
To reach the Post Commander, contact Wade Lnenicka via phone message at the Post, 770-436-2501 or via email: email@example.com
Financial donations to the Post to help navigate these difficult times are encouraged and will be acknowledged. Thank you!
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American Legion Post 160 has a rich history and is, every day, building on the traditions of service in Smyrna and becoming a more dynamic place in the heart of Smyrna.
Legionnaires of Post 160 represent locally America's largest veterans service organization that works every day to uphold time-honored values of Service, Patriotism, and Camaraderie.
Post 160 is more than a building where people meet, and events are held - it is a family of volunteers serving the community.
Post 160 also hosts a Squadron of the Sons of the American Legion and a Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary. All collaborate "steadfastly, side by side, promoting patriotism and national security while supporting youth and advocating for veterans and active duty military." (1)
Click on the tabs above to go to each group's home page. Though each group is unique, each group is part of the whole that cares for Smyrna and its veterans, their families and all youth through a variety of methods.
(1) quoted from https://www.alaforveterans.org/About/The-American-Legion-Family/
COVID RELATED RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
Wearing a face mask is required by an Executive Order of the Mayor of Smyrna.
We are all in this together and that includes being selfish and keeping our germs to ourselves!
See the Mask Mandate below.
If you want to come for dinner but want to avoid the crowds, come at 5pm and enjoy an early (and quiet) dinner. The Social Quarters begin to get crowded at 7pm.
As a benefit to members and guests, Post 160 is conducting contact tracing therefore, EVERYONE must check-in at our health-check station, located in the entry hallway before enjoying activities at the Post.
All dinners must be ordered by 9 PM and order early before the limited dinner specials are sold out. "First Come, First Served." (No "reserving" a meal for later.)
Post 160 is very appreciative of the Georgia Honor Guard and its members who help monitor the entrance to the Social Quarters.
If you are interested in helping staff the check-in station, reach out to Commander Lnenicka: