The Muskego American Legion Post 356 celebrated a Flag Day flag retirement ceremony with the residents of the Stony Creek Adult Community June 14, 2017.
Students from St Paul school joined in the ceremony.
The Muskego American Legion Post 356 joined forces with the Muskego VFW Post 8171 to honor veterans of the Korean war. THe ceremony is in response to the 2011 Defense Authorization Bill. Sixteen veterans were recognized and presented with the Korean Commemorative Pin.
The Muskego American Legion Post 356 shared a Memorial Day ceremony with the residents and veterans of the Tudor Oaks Facility. A flag folding ceremony was presented as a part of the memorial presentation.
The Muskego American Legion Post 356 Color Guard posted the colors for the Brewers Home game on May 25, 2017.
That is a big arena from the warning track down the first base line.
The Muskego American Legion Post 356 entertained veterans from the Zeblocki Veterans Hospital and treated them to a Chicken and Fish supper at Dannie Haskelle's restaurant
Dear friend and Patirot:
Those American Flags along our Road Ways Look Great. They make us proud to be an American and a Muskego Citizen. That Displayed, and others, are possible because of the American Flag Project operated by American Legion Post 356 in cooperation with City of Muskego and supported by the Citizens of Muskego.
The Flags will be going up soon. They fly from spring through Veterans Day. The Flags serve as recognition and reminder of the sacrifices of past and present Armed Forces members, their families and other Patriots who serve our nation.
The American legion Post 356 held their annual holiday party and a ceremnay honoring Vietnam Veterans.