Category Archives: Post Rehab

IRA Charitable Rollover

It is now tax time and we are now looking at what we did last year and the effect on our taxable income. If you have been considering making a significant donation to the renewal or support of the American Legion Post Home, there is still time. You can make a contribution from your IRA, but you must do so before February 1, 2013. Continue reading

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Flag Retirement

Our Post’s flag retirement container was showing a lot of wear and tear. It is now sporting new vivid colors and signage. It is placed just outside our entrance walkway and is easy to access. Continue reading

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Hometown Hero – Edward Gill

Each day WCHL 1360 local radio morning host Ron Stutts announces a Hometown Hero and winner of the Village Pride Award. Our very own Edward Gill, Second Vice Commander, was honored with this award on September 25, 2012. Continue reading

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New Signs

We have been working on our new post signage for the post. Inside, above the bar, was a nice sign, but it walked. Souvenir hunters! Never, ever put Chapel Hill in a sign name, if you want to keep it. Continue reading

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Memorial Day Report

Memorial Day was simply great in Chapel Hill for long time members of American Legion Post 6. We have a 93-year history of service to our town and we have shown that we can still do it in style. Continue reading

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Big Shovel to Our Rescue

An area contractor provided us with three 12+ cubic yards of fill dirt at no cost, but how were we to spread it. Wheelbarrow loads would be a huge task. Paul Fiorentino, a long-time member of Post 6 came up with a solution. “Let’s keep in the family.” Continue reading

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