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American Legion Meetings are held 7 p.m. the last Wednesday of the month
In the meeting room of the Loyal Order of Moose #180
2524 Grand Island Blvd. Grand Island, NY 14072
Allan Prame, Commander - 773-5988
Commander Allan Prame, 1st Vice Commander Joe Synakowski,
2nd Vice Commander Fred Wornick, Adjudant George DeGlopper,
Finance Officer Peter Kuszczak
Chaplain Kester Bleich
Mission: Service to veterans. Information for various benefits due veterans of all services, national and community affairs
Help: Help in recruiting recently discharged veterans and those veterans who do not belong to at least one veterans organization
Strengths: Largest veterans organization in the world
Ideas: The many veterans living on Grand Island are a great untapped source of community involvement. They should be encouraged to help the various programs in the town.
Officers of Post 1346 (Left) Adjutant George DeGlopper, Commander Allen Prame, Chaplain Kester Bleich, 2nd Vice Commander Fred Wornick, 1st Vice Commander Joe Synakowski, Treasurer Peter Kuszczak.
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The American Legion, Grand Island Post 1346 held its annual Christmas Party at the meeting hall of The Loyal Order of The Moose Lodge #180. Members and guests enjoyed an evening of cordial company and a delicious catered meal. Old friends met and new friends were made. Due to the weather some members were not present and we hope to see them at the next meeting on December 29, 2010. Important discussions on future events for the coming year will be held. All members are urged to attend. Your input is important.
"Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" to All, from the Commander, Al Prame and the Officers of the Post.
(left) Michael S. Stallard and (right) Krystin Hoppel
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Scholarships were presented by the Grand Island American Legion Post 1346 Commander Al Prame on Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at the Moose Hall. 2010 recipients are Michael Scott Stallard and Krystin Hoppel. Michael is the son of Scott and Phyllis Stallard. He will be attending Niagara County Community College, majoring in business management. Krystin, daughter of Keith and Kathy Hoppel, will be attending Niagara County Community College with animal management as her major.
Hanging Basket Plants Still Available from American Legion - May 2010
(left) Kim Kinney and son, Brandon (Mary Stewart Photo) - Adjutant George DeGlopper and American Legion Commander Albert Prame (Jodi Robinson Photo)
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Members of the Grand Island American Legion Post 1346 will sell the remaining Hanging Basket Plants at the VFW Post, 2121 Grand Island Blvd, Saturday, May 15, 2010. The Mothers Day sale was interrupted due to high winds and rain. The members of the American Legion thank everyone who bought plants and supported the Veterans of the American Legion. Funds are used to aid Veterans and Community projects.