American Legion Post 356 Elects Officers for 2017

The American Legion elected officers for 2017 year on April 13, 2017.

American Flag Project

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.

Vietnam War Commemoration

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American Legion Post 356 Holiday Party and Vietnam Veterans Ceremony

The American legion Post 356 held their annual holiday party and a ceremnay honoring Vietnam Veterans.

Muskego Community Festival Parade

The American Legion Post 356 and the VFW Post 8171 joined forces to lead the Muskego Community Festival Parade with the combined forces Color Guard.
The parade was almost delayed by rain and cleared up just in time to march proudly.

Ceremony to dedicate new bricks

American Legion Post 356 held a dedication ceremony for the bricks in the honor walk at the Old Settlement house in Muskego.
A total of 112 bricks are on the walkway at the flag pole honoring veterans from all wars..

American Legion Post 356 members at Applebee's

American Legion Post 356 celebrated veterans day with a free lunch at Applebee's, singing of our National Anthem and many long tall stories.

Veterans Day Ceremony at Tudor Oaks Retirement Community

American Legion Post 356 celebrated the veterans day ceremony at the Tudor Oaks Retirement Community and recognized Vietnam veterans during the ceremony with a Vietnam War Commemoration Pin.

Franklin High School Veterans Day Breakfast

American Legion Post 356 members attended the Franklin High School Veterans Day breakfast presented by the Saber class.