Did you know that the American Legion has a program to provide temporary help to members and those serving on active duty? It is called Temporary Financial Assistance (TFA).Read more
Our new post home is in it’s final construction phase. Soon we will be paving walkways and gathering spaces and that means that our memorial pavers will be placed where they can be seen and enjoyed by all.Read more
We are saddened to report that one of our World War II era veterans has passed. Stuart Decker Dyer, 92, died peacefully at Croasdaile Village Retirement Community on Saturday, August 17, 2019.Read more
We are looking for new members to join our ranks and to help us grow our post. If you have honorably served at least one day in a uniform of our armed services since December 7th, 1941, you are eligible. We want you! Our new Post Home is being built as you read this and we expect to occupy the new building by December. It is being built for all veterans.Read more
Each year we open our Post for a special project of the East Chapel Hill Rotary, School Supplies. Robert Oakes, a past post commander and member of the East Chapel Hill Rotary sponsors the event as a community service.Read more
Congress and the White House agree to expand definition of war eras to include all who served since Dec. 7, 1941.
More than 1,600 members of the U.S. Armed Forces were killed or wounded in periods of time not designated as war eras since the end of World War II. The newly signed Let Everyone Get
Involved in Opportunities for National Service Act of 2019 – The LEGION Act – honors those veterans, their spouses and descendants, extending membership eligibility in The American
Legion Family to hundreds of thousands who had previously been excluded.
Without our American Legion Blue Caps, we look just like the average Joe or Jane. We are just like you, but we are veterans, too.Read more
Our Post Home is open to the public on Monday, May 27th. You are welcome to join us at 10 a.m. to tour our home and see a display of military artifacts and collectibles owned by our members. We will also have a few World War II and Vietnam era military vehicles on display.Read more
We often get inquiries about lost, misplaced, or just can’t be found military separation papers–the infamous DD Form 214. It is actually quite easy to request a replacement, but it will take timeRead more
We often hear from local veterans and our Chapel Hill area friends and family, “What is the American Legion allRead more