Today is our general membership meeting held at Post 202 at 6pm. In result, of bad weather last week the normal scheduled meeting was rescheduled for today. See you there.
Correction in website link to submit a volunteer request: ccsvolunteers.com
American Legion Post 202 – Request for TC Berrien Elementary School Volunteers
Post 202 has adopted this elementary school for the ensuing year 2019-20
Teresa C Berrien Elementary (800 North St, Fayetteville, NC 28301, (910) 483-8288) is a public elementary school in Fayetteville.
District: Cumberland County Schools, Enrollment: 159 (2019), School type: Public, Grades taught: K-5
Please consider going online and submitting your application and if you would target TC Berrien Elementary School as your school of choice.
2nd Annual Ride As One – 7 Sept 2019
NC Trooper’s Association, Supporting our fallen Law Enforcement Hero’s, at 9am
A Caisson horse is one of the 6 horses that is hooked to the caisson which is the cart that holds the casket of a fallen and ranked soldier.
The horses, head erect, bodies taut and controlled, seem to imitate the solemn military bearing of the men and women who sit quietly in the saddles. Six of the horses pull a flag draped casket on a black artillery caisson. Both Soldiers and horses are conscious that this is no ordinary ride through a cool, shady country lane.
American Legion Post 202 supported event
Kick Off Event at Cumberland County DSS (meeting rooms A, B, and C),
1225 Ramsey Street at 6pm – 8pm
Please notice that the Emergency Called Meeting will stand and will serve as August 2019 Executive Board Meeting, approved by Ken Joy, Commander.
Betty Brewington, Paula Smith, Amelia Bennett, Karen Pettiford, (little girl:Lauren Holmes), Annie Williams, Clyda Bryant, Eval McIntyre
Annie Fuller, Mae Carter, Elaine Jones, Hannah Martin, Annie McKinnon, Julia Walls, Scharma Holloway, Kenesha Evrard, Gladys Fulton, Beverly Lock, Brenda Galbreath, Joyce Mikell