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Post 58 Flag raising

Post 58's Firing Squad did a flag raising and demonstration at Holy Trinity School on Veterans Day 2015.

Post 58 A and G

On Nov. 4, Post 58 Adjutant, John C. Jourdan, and Pat Hogan went to Sheridan High School and gave the Americanism Test to students.

Halloween jam

88 Twins Band playing for Post 677 Halloween Party 31 Oct 2015.

Post 677 Senior Dinner

Members and guests enjoying themselves with the food provided for the Annual Senior Dinner at Post 677, 11 Dec 2015.

Miss Ohio

Feeney-Bennett Post 128 in Middleport visited Meigs Middle School for their annual Veteran's Day program. After posting the Colors, Post Commander Dewey Smith spoke to the students, teachers, and guests. Miss Ohio Megan Wise honored the group by making her first official appearance since her election to thank the veterans for their service. Pictured (L-R front) are: Roscoe Wise, Jacky Coughenour, Homer Tate, Robert Byer, Norman Hysell, Miss Wise, Dewey Smith, Steve Houchins, Myrna Vanmeter. (L-R rear): Wayne Thomas and Robert Holland.

Post 39 Baskets

Drew Webster Post 39 made fruit baskets for widows and shut-ins at Christmas.

Blanket raffle

Drew Webster Post 39 raffled an afghan made by Auxiliary member Joann Vaughn. Pictured (L-R) are: Finance Officer Jack Lewis, auction winner Linda Keesee, and member Jim Fry.

Car Show

The annual Post 283 car show, October 4th, 2015, raised over $3,200 for the Post. Charged with staging the event was Pat Beany and the show included 90-plus cars and 3 motorcycles. Great Job Pat.

Post 283 on the March

Post 283 Honor Guard leading a march to Victory Park in Pickerington.

Post 342 Donation

Post 342 joins in the holiday spirit with its annual gift to Thornville Greystone Rehabilitation for gifts for their residents. Heather, the Activities Director, is shown receiving the check from Post Chaplain Doug Lynn.