|Amherst I Hansen
American Legion Post 143
807 Pine St.
St Croix Falls, Wisconsin 54024
|We have our breakfast on the third Sunday
of each month. Our next one is on
November 19, 2017. From 8:00 am
To 11:00 AM.
It is always all you can eat.
|Fish Fry Announcement!!
We have suspended our
monthly Fish Fry for the
Please check back for future announcements
regarding this. Thank you.
Commander: Wayne Hancock
Vice Cdr.: Jim Chapin
2nd Vice: Vic Nelson
Adjutant: Roland Mortenson
Chaplain: Roger Northquest
Finance Officer: Gene Paulson
Sgt-at-Arms: Roland Mortenson
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*December 7, 2017*
Social Hour-6:00 PM
|It's Membership Renewal time for 2018.
Stop by the Post, contact a membership
team member or send them to the Post.
Remember this year, dues are $32.00.
Click on link on WI Legion website to renew online
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The OEF/OIF Program
offers care coordination and
advocacy to all veterans who
have served in combat
since November 11,1998 and
are transitioning to civilian
life. Contact Bradley Foss,
|Proud member of the:
Korean War Era Veterans
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bottom of this page
for a note from
|Left to Right: John Randall(Balsam Lake),
Steve DuBois(Balsam Lake), Jim Chapin,
Gene Paulson, Don Slattery(Hayward),
Chris Sower(Siren), Gary
Smith(Webster) Sharing the honor of the
12th District 100% Membership Cup
|12th District American Legion Riders Assn.
President: Mark Stencel
Vice President: Matt Kingsbury
Secretary: Jim Jensen
Treasurer: Kathy Kingsbury
Sgt-at-Arms: Rick Gates
Road Captain: Don Rovney
Historian: Steve DuBois
Chaplain: Laurel DuBois
|Past Post Commander John Lebeis
presenting our donation to the St Croix
Falls Food Bank from the proceeds of our
|Post members in front of sign honoring local
fallen hero Carson Holmquist. We are proud
that we were able to help sponsor the signs
after the State named Hwy 87 in his honor.