Commander's Message

As I come to the end of two years as County Commander, I thank everyone for their support and hard work. I want to especially thank all the County Officers and Committee Chairmen who worked so diligently in their positions. We all worked together to meet our objectives. I especially appreciate everyone's efforts to increase membership. This is probably the most difficult task for the posts and the county, but I know every post is diligently working to both retain existing members and "enlist" new members. We had three posts go over the top in 2015 and now seven in 2016. I know we will continue to improve in the future.
May God bless our veterans, the American Legion and all its members and may God bless the United States of America.
Mike McCony, Commander Morris County American Legion

The American Legion Department Of New Jersey Department Commander 5th Annual Invitation Tournament.

Thursday, May 26,2016. Read Flyer under photo Commander Golf Outing.

A Disney Themed Fundraiser

A Disney Themed Fundraiser for the Children's Organ Transplant Association Saturday, May 7, 2016 See flyer under photo A Disney Themed Fundraiser

Sussex County Stand Down

Hope For Veterans see flyer under photo Sussex County Stand Down, May 7, 2016 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Mobile Outreach Clinic

VA Health care see flyer in photo Mobile Outreach Clinic, Thursday, June 9, 2016

The American Legion is the world's Largest and most respected organization of wartime veterans

It's organizational structure follows a line from National Headquarters Offices in Indianapolis, Indiana and Washington D.C.., to State/Department, to County/District, and then to the individual community Posts that are the foundation of The American Legion.

The Morris County American Legion convention

Will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at the Tri-County Memorial Post 423, 28 Legion Road, Milton, NJ 07438. Registration will begin at 9:00 AM. The convention will be called to order at 10:00 AM. Coffee and danish will be served prior to the convention.


Are you on Facebook?

The Legion Family of Morris County has a Page

Facebook has emerged as a major networking tool on the internet. It provides a free interactive vehicle for establishing your identity, viewpoints and news, and connecting with like-minded people and groups around the world.

Facebook is very user friendly and permits public and private messaging among members, chat and the posting of events, information, photos, videos and links.

A Facebook page has been established for the Legion Family of Morris County and is open to all Legion, Auxiliary, SAL, Riders and anyone with an interest. Currently there are about 160 "friends".

It is not necessary to go through anyone to post to the Facebook page. Anyone who has signed on as a "Friend" may post or communicate at will.

If you're already on Facebook, just use the search box for Legion Family of Morris County and, when it opens, sign on as a friend. If you're not on Facebook yet, just go to and find out why people are so excited about this free way to network and communicate.