American Legion Reynoldsburg Post 798 12th District Council Department of Ohio
                                                  American Legion                                                 Reynoldsburg Post 798                                                  12th District Council                                                  Department of Ohio

12th District Council, Department of Ohio

Labor Day brings the start of autumn. Nights will start getting chilly soon. So we must continue our efforts to reach out to our homeless vets. Every day in Central Ohio, hundreds of them roam the streets---cold, lonely, hungry, dirty, miserable, needing a shower, without homes, despondent---abandoned. We HAVE to help.
These patriots risked life and limb for our country. Let's not turn our back on them.
If you know of ANY homeless veteran in Reynoldsburg who desperately
needs help, contact any one of our 
post officers
, the
12th District Council Office  (Open M-W-F, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
at (614) 224-2900, or
any Central Ohio American Legion post.

Membership!

 

If you have not done so already, please renew your annual dues. To keep Post 798 alive, we need your support. Please renew as soon as you can, so that the officers can concentrate on the Legion’s community service and youth programs.

 

You can renew by just completing the membership renewal application that you received in the mail, along with your $35.00 check to the address on the renewal. You may make your check payable to:

American Legion Post 798

 

If you do not have the renewal slip, you may still mail your dues to the post at this website: 

The American Legion
Reynoldsburg Post 798
P.O. Box 58
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068

 

You may also pay online. Go to the Legion website at 

https://www.legion.org/ and click on the Renew box.

 

If you have already paid your 2019 dues, thank you!

Our Prayers for Carole Ebersole

 

The officers and members of Post 798 continue to pray for Carole Ebersole, President of the Gahanna Post 797 Ladies Auxiliary unit. May God grant her a speedy and healthy recovery.

 

Our thoughts and prayers go with her and with her husband Steve, currently our inimitable district's executive secretary.

Our Best to Our Sergeant-at-Arms

 

Post Sgt.-at-Arms Dan Skinner, a member of the Naval Reserve, is serving on active duty for six months. Dan is now serving overseas in the Middle East.

 

Our thoughts and prayers go with you, Dan. Anchors aweigh, and stay safe.

New Post 2nd Vice Commander

A hearty welcome aboard to our new post 2nd VC, Gerald Schultz. A retired U.S. Army 1st sergeant, he will make a fine addition to our post. Gerry and his wife are both Army veterans.

 

Glad to have you aboard, Gerry!

MEETING LOCATION

The Reynoldsburg Post 798 regular monthly meeting is at the F.O.E. Eagles Club (#3261) located at 1623 Brice Road in Reynoldsburg (a block north of Rosehill Ave). All regularly scheduled monthly meetings are held here. All Legionnaires are invited to come.

 

The Eagles Club will gladly allow all members of the American Legion to enter an hour before the meetings. Just press the buzzer and state that you have come for the Legion meeting. Sgt-at-Arms McPherson will be there to ensure all Legionnaires are admitted.

Attendance for post officers is mandatory.

All other post members are also encouraged to attend and help the officers in their planning. Any qualifying veteran wishing to join is also quite welcome to attend and be a part of the largest, most effective veteran organization in the country.

 

If there are any questions. please contact Post Commander, Pete Margaritis at (614) 395-0387.

 

Thank You.

The American Legion

Reynoldsburg Post 798

P.O. Box 58

Reynoldsburg, OH 43068

Post Commander

Pete Margaritis

pmargaritis@columbus.rr.com

NEXT MEETING

The next regularly scheduled monthly post meeting (2nd Thursday each month) will be on Thursday, September 13th, at 1900 hrs. The meeting location will be as normal at the F.O.E. Eagles Club, 1623 Brice Road, Reynoldsburg, Ohio (614) 861-9073.

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