Gerri Rahm

Submitted by David Czysz on Wed, 09/06/2023 - 17:39

Gerri Rahm is the wife a Fred Rahm a Vietnam War era veteran and member of the Muskego American Legion Post 356.  Gerri is also an active member of the Muskego American Legion Post 356 Auxiliary.  She has a hobby, crocheting afghans.  These afghans are made of red, white, and blue yarn. She Comfort Afghans and“gifts” them to various deserving veterans.


Scholarship Awards

Submitted by David Czysz on Fri, 06/23/2023 - 12:49

Muskego American Legion Scholarship Awards for 2023

At the Muskego American Legion Post 356 June membership meeting, the Post presented the annual American Legion/American Legion Auxiliary Post 356 Scholarship awards. Three $1,000 scholarships were presented to graduating Muskego High School seniors.

2023 Memorial Day Commemorations

Submitted by David Czysz on Sat, 05/27/2023 - 07:34

On May 25th the Post presented a Memorial Day Commemoration at Tudor Oak Senior Living Community in Muskego.  The attendance in the audience was light but it was being televised through their in-house system to any resident that wanted to watch.

On May 26th the Post presented two Memorial Day Commemorations.  One was at Regency Muskego Senior Apartments.  There were an estimated 50 residents present for that one.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Submitted by David Czysz on Mon, 04/10/2023 - 06:59

We would like to invite all Veterans and their loved ones to a presentation on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The presentation will be on May 4th at 7:00 PM at the Muskego Moose Lodge # 1057. Their address is S86W21693 Janesville Rd. Muskego. The presentation will be made by Jeff Whittle MD, a doctor at the Zablocki VA in Milwaukee. Below is a letter we received from him.


March 25 is National Medal of Honor Day

Submitted by David Czysz on Sat, 03/25/2023 - 10:58

In recognition, we look to our Nation’s Medal of Honor history, which began during the Civil War period.  To date, more the 3,500 U.S. service members have been awarded our country’s highest military distinction for valor.  Of those 3,500, 268 are from the Vietnam War and 48 remain alive today.