County Website to be Reactivated
During Spring/Summer of 2014



After a long period of inactivity and lack of management, the County website will be updated and reactivated in the months ahead. New County Officers and Committee Chairmen, meeting schedules, key dates, Post Officers and information and other pertinent information will appear soon after County and Post elections.

Bill DeGrosky, original website creator/webmaster, will oversee the editing and upgrading. However, a search for a new Webmaster will begin immediately. That person should be computer literate, capable of editing and posting County and Department news and interacting with other branches of the Legion Family; Auxiliary, SAL and Riders.

Ideally, the new Webmaster will be one who attends Department and County Meetings and has access to information from both levels. A fair amount of time is required to do the job right and a firm long-term commitment will be needed before arrangements are made to transfer the required authorities.

The new Webmaster will receive orientation and an operating manual as part of the conversion. It is an opportunity to be in the forefront of Morris County's forward movement. If you have an interest, contact Bill DeGrosky, 973-572-2779 or e-mail: degsr@optonline.net.


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 www.facebook.com and find out why people are so excited about this free way to network and communicate.


































While you're here, be sure to check out the"News and Views" page for up-to-the-minute information and happenings.

Attention all Posts, Units and Squadrons!

Build participation! Get recognition! Let others know what you're doing! Post your breakfasts, trips, parties and fund-raisers to the Calendar without cost. Just give us the basic details in advance.

Important Dates


Immediately after your Post Election - Be sure to complete your Post Officers Form. One copy to Department, one legible copy to County and one for Post file. If you do not have the three-part form that came from Department, form can be downloaded from the Archives page, this website.


Special Events




County Legion Meetings


October 19, 2912 - John H. Lookoff Post 242, 700 Newark-Pompton Turnpike, Pompton Plains. Dinner at 7:00 p.m., meeting at 8:00 p.m.

November 16, 2012 - Whippanong Post 155, 13-23 Legion Place, Whippany.

County Legion Meetings start promptly at 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise announced. Refreshments may be before or after meeting, depending on host Post. Will be shown if known. Dress is informal unless otherwise specified.

Installations




County Auxiliary Meetings



All meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. The times of the Membership Dinner Meeting and Past President Parley will be determined by the County President and Dinner Chairman and will be announced.



40&8, County Voiture 228


Tuesday, October 23, 2012 - Wharton Post 91, 99 N. Main St., Wharton.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 - Whippany Post 155, 13-23 Legion Place, Whippany. (Nomination of Officers)

Tuesday, June 25, 2013 - Wharton Post 91, 99 N. Main St., Wharton. (Elections)

Promenade starting time is 7:30 p.m.unless otherwise shown.

Grande Voiture du New Jersey


Grand Cheminot Dates:
October 13, 2012 - AL Post 471, Iselin

December 15, 2012 - Christmas Party. VFW Post 5700, Hightstown.

February 16, 2013 - AL Post 471, Iselin.

April 13, 2013 - VFW Post 5700, Hightstown.

Promenades start at 2:00 p.m. unless otherwise shown.

Annual Grande Promenade
June 1, 2013. Location to be announced.


Post Notes




Department/Committee Meetings


Saturday, October 20, 2012
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Saturday, June 12, 2013 - AL Post 184, Wildwood

At War Memorial Building, East Lafayette and Barracks Streets, Trenton, unless otherwise shown. Committee Meetings start on staggered schedule, from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m., followed by Department Meeting at 10:30 a.m. See Department Order for locations and times of Committee meetings.


Fund Raisers and Fun Events


First Sunday of the Month - Starting in October, Denville Post 390, Legion Place, Denville, offers its Monthly Breakfast, 8:30 a.m to noon. Donations are $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, 62 and older, and $5 for children under 12. The public is invited.

Second Sunday of the Month - Mark your calendar for the "world famous breakfast" presented by SAL Squadron 91,99 North Main Street, Wharton. Doors open 8:00 a.m. Last orders taken 11:30 a.m.
Donation $8.00 per adult, $7.00 per senior and $6.00 per child, 12 and under.

Third Sunday of Month, October-May - Rockaway Twp. Post 344, 210 Chestnut Terrace, Rockaway, offers its monthly breakfast, 8:30-11:30 a.m.. Donation is $8 for adults, $3 for children.

Volunteers Needed


Ongoing-Red Cross Drivers Needed - The Red Cross provides transportation for veterans to Lyons and East Orange for medical care. There is a shortage of drivers and veteran care and treatment is being affected. If you have 4-6 hours a week available, become a volunteer driver. Training, insurance and use of a Red Cross vehicle provided. Call Jim Abline, Director, Emergency Services-1-866-538-2160, x219.

Sons of the American Legion

Who we are:,


The Sons of the American Legion was created in 1932 as an organization within The American Legion. The S.A.L. is made up of boys and men of all ages whose parents or grandparents served in the military and were eligible for Legion membership. Together, members of The American legion, The American Legion Auxiliary and The Sons of The American Legion, comprise the Legion Family, Committed to preserving American traditions and values, improving the quality of life for our nation's children, caring for veterans and their families and teaching the fundamentals of good citizenship. The organization follows a line from National to Detachment (State) to County to Squadrons. The work of S.A.L. Squadrons closely follows the programs of the Legion Posts with which they are affiliated. In Morris County, there are 17 Squadrons, representing approximately 1,100 members.

What we do:


Sons support The American Legion in a wide variety of activities, such as Veterans programs, VA home and hospital volunteerism, children/youth projects, community service and observances and Post activities and fund-raisers. In the past 10 years, Sons have raised more than a million dollars for the American Legion Child Foundation. In addition to the massive amounts of time volunteered to VA hospitals, the S.A.L., nationally, has raised $2.5 million for TVs, radios, medical equipment and clothing/care items for patients.

How we grow:


Just as each Legion Post determines the extent of its community service, each S.A.L. Squadron is permitted flexibility in planning programs and activities to meet its own circumstances and objectives. The S.A.L. has study programs recommended for younger members. One such program, "Ten Ideals", teaches the elements of patriotism, health, knowledge, training, honor, faith, helpfulness, courtesy, reverence and comradeship. It is a prerequisite to an advanced program called "The Five-Point Program of Service" which focuses on patriotism, citizenship, discipline, leadership and Legionism.

Join us:


Squadron locations are shown on the Posts page. For further information, contact the Squadron near you or the County S.A.L. Chairman, William Pavlos (390), 973-625-9389.American Legion Auxiliary

Who we are:

The American Legion Auxiliary is the largest patriotic women's service organization in the world. Affiliated with The American Legion, the Auxiliary is a veterans' service organization with nearly one million members in approximately 10,000 American communities. Here in Morris County, New Jersey, we have Auxiliary Units at 17 Posts, representing almost 1,200 members.The organization is focused on three major areas of service: veterans and their families, young people and the community.

What we do:

Auxiliary volunteers are the backbone of assistance in 171 VA Medical Centers. The Auxiliary raises more than $18 million nationally every year and reinvests these funds in VA Medical Centers and a wide range of community programs. Auxiliary volunteers provide diversion, companionship and entertainment for patients and assist hospital staffmembers in physical and psychological therapy. Auxiliary programs, such as Girls State and Girls Nation, have become institutions within the communities and the nation. In addition, the Auxiliary supports and works with organizations such as Children's Miracle Network, Fisher House and the Red Cross. In Morris County and at community level, we are deeply involved in the community service, social and patriotic activities of our Posts and Units. From our programs at Lyons Veterans Hospital and Greystone Psychiatric Hospital, to youth/ educational programs and fun events, we are a vital part of the Legion Family.

Our Organization:

Like The American Legion, our organization follows a line from National Headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana, to Department (state), to County, and then to community. County leadership comes from within the organization and provides opportunities for personal development, recognition, fulfillment, and the highest standards of service to others.

Membership Benefits:

As an Auxiliary Member, you may qualify for Emergency Assistance Grants, free Travel Accident Insurance, Prescription Discount Plan, supplemental life and healthcare insurance plans, and substantial discounts on phone service, car rentals,moving vans and travel/hotel arrangements.

Membership Eligibility:

You may join the Auxiliary if you are:
* A woman who is eligible for membership in The American Legion.
* The mother, wife, daughter, sister, granddaughter, or grandmother of a member of The American Legion or deceased veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces during recognized periods of war. See Legion membership page for eligibility periods.

Please contact us:

Auxiliary Units in Morris County, with contacts, are shown on the Posts pages. If you have a specific question or comment,contact us and mention "Auxiliary." The following contacts may be used for reaching the County organization:

County President - Shirley Fabian (91), 973-361-1345, koricz@verizon.net.

County Secretary - Juli Jandik (91), 973-584-8660, jporp@optonline.net.

Documents, Forms and Instructions



Morris County Constitution and By-Laws
Click here to see full file. The 12-page PDF document mat be printed out for your use.

County Scholarship Application and Instructions
Click here
to see form. (This will open a new window. The two-page PDF form may be printed out for your use).

Post Officers Form
Click here to see form. (This will open a new window. The PDF form may be printed out for your use).

Post Committee Chairmen Form
Click here to see form. (This will open a new window. The PDF form may be printed out for your use).

Why You Should Belong to the Legion

It's a mighty good feeling to know you are a member of the world's largest and most respected organization of wartime veterans.

As a Legionnaire, you will find unlimited opportunities to expand and enrich your life, utilize and broaden your talents, and gain satisfaction and recognition for your accomplishments.

We share the pride of military service to our nation.But, equally important, we are still serving America by our attention to veterans' rights and needs and our involvement in the community.

Membership also brings many tangible benefits that include your veterans rights, protection of your family and money-saving discounts for a wide range of services, including vacations and travel, car rentals, accomodations, wireless phone service, life insurance, health and dental insurance, vision and prescription drug programs, banking services and so much more.

Are you eligible?

If you served at least one day of federal active duty in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard during the dates shown below, and were honorably discharged or are still serving honorably, you are elible for membership in The American Legion:

December 7, 1941-December 31, 1946
June 25,1950-January 31, 1955
February 28, 1961-May 7, 1975
August 24,1982-July 31, 1984
December 20,1989-January 31, 1990
August 2,1990-current

Just check in with the Legion Post that's most convenient for you (see the "Morris County Posts" page). You'll find a warm welcome from people who share the common bond of military service, comradeship and love of country and community.

Or, contact us via this website for fast, personal assistance. We wish to provide convenient links to other Legion-related sites and those with value to veterans and their families. If you have a site you feel should be considered, let us know via the Contact Us page.

National Sites


The American Legion

American Legion Auxiliary

American Legion Baseball

Sons of the American Legion (SAL)

American Legion for Kids

Department of Veteran Affairs

Disabled American Veterans

The Forty and Eight

American Legion Riders

The National Personnel Records Center (NPRC)

State of New Jersey Sites


The American Legion, Department of New Jersey

The American Legion Auxiliary of New Jersey

Sons of the American Legion, Detachment of New Jersey

New Jersey Boys State

New Jersey Department of Military and Veteran Affairs

Morris County Sites


Chester Post 342

Lincoln Park Post 279

249 Parsippany Post, Lake Hiawatha

421 James P. Collins Post, East Hanover

Denville Memorial Post 390

Squadron 91, SAL, Wharton

Parsippany Post 249 Softball

Special Interest


U.S. Army MWR, Picatinny Arsenal

American Legion Internet Directory

Ramapo College Veterans Programs

Employment Opportunities for Veterans

Mesothelioma Causes

Kids Thank a Vet




27 William Hedges Baker Post
Post information updated 09-09-10
2 Legion Place, PO Box 588 Dover, NJ 07802
Phone: 973-366-2257
Post Meetings-2nd Thursdays, 7:00 p.m.
Post Home with bar facilities
Mon. Tues. and Thurs., opens at 2:00pm, Wed., 3:00 p.m. Fri.-Sun., opens at 12 noon.
Commander-Alvin Cordts, 973-398-5137. E-mail: drterry@verizon.net
Adjutant-Glen Faltisco, 973-819-9087. E-mail: faltigl7@optonline.net.
Auxiliary Unit 27:
President-Virginia List, 973-366-5266
S.A.L. Squadron 27

43 Frank Patterson Post
Updated 10-09-11
21 Ridgedale Ave., Florham Park, NJ 07932
Phone: 973-377-7756. E-mail: frankpost431@verizon.net
Post Meetings-1st Thursdays, 7:00pm
Post Home with bar facilities.
Open: Mon.-Fri. 3:00 p.m., Sat. and Sun., 11:00 a.m.
Commander-Robert Holtz, 201-924-6031
E-Mail: sgtholtz@verizon.net
Adjutant-Vito Terranova, (phone)
E-Mail:
For hall rentals, contact George Curry, 973-214-7742. E-mail:frankpost43@verizon.net.
Auxiliary Unit 43:
President-Patty West,, (phone)
E-Mail: pawest112@aol.com
S.A.L. Squadron 43:
SAL Commander-Thomas P. Matyus, 073-377-2542. E-Mail: tmatyus@msn.com
Adjutant-Thomas Lockburner, 973-270-6304

59 Morristown Post
Updated 11-04-11
PO Box 2103, Morristown, NJ 07960-2103
Post Meetings-Third Tuesday, 6:00pm
Meets at Morristown Municipal Bldg.
Commander-Art Grant, 973-285-0101. E-mail: agrantcpa@aol.com.
Adjutant-Art Grant, 973-285-0101. E-mail: agrantcpa@aol.com.
Auxiliary Unit 59:
President-Sylvia Alliegro, 973-978-8977
S.A.L. Squadron 59
No rental facilities available.

91 William J. Hocking Post
Post info updated 11-27-11
99 North Main Street, Wharton, NJ 07885
Phone: 973-366-2493
E-Mail: whartonlegion@msn.com
Post Meetings-4th Thursdays, 7:00 p.m.
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: Mon-Thurs-3-10 p.m., Fri-3-12 p.m.,
Sat-Noon-12 p.m. Sun-1-6 p.m.
Commander-James D. Smith, 973-714-6174
E-mail: liberator345@hotmail.com
Adjutant-Dennis W. Miller, 973-584-8796
E-Mail: dennismiller7227@gmail.com
Hall Rentals-Bill Thompson. Contact Post Home Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m. 973-366-2458.
Auxiliary Unit 91:
President-Carol Bone, 973-361-1207
Secretary-Juli Jandik, 973-584-8660
S.A.L. Squadron 91:
Commander-Troy Vanderhoof, 973-366-0103

124 Boonton Post
210 Main Street, Boonton, NJ 07005
Phone: N/A
Post Meetings-1st Tuesdays, 7:30pm
Post Home
Commander-Edward Rue, 973-334-7309
Adjutant-Archer Smock, Jr., 973-334-9262
No Auxiliary

154 John A. Dean Post
Post information updated 07-11-11,/i>
Mail to: PO Box 267, Butler, NJ 07405
Phone: 973-838-9899 (Answering Machine)
Post Meetings-1st Tuesdays, 7:00 pm
Post Home: 69 Carey Ave., Butler (VFW Bldg.)
Commander-Adam Charman, 973-513-1730
E-Mail: charmantn101@yahoo.com
Adjutant-Elmer Bott, 973-838-4540
E-mail: elbojr@yahoo.com

155 Whippanong Post
Post information updated 09-07-10
13-23 Legion Place, Whippany, NJ 07981
Phone: 973-884-2494
Post Meetings-3rd Tuesdays, 7:30pm
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: weekdays, after 3:00 p.m. and weekends, after 1:00 p.m.
Commander-Ron Engle, 973-540-9525. E-mail: videoronny@optonline.net.
Adjutant-Walter Kret
For rental information, call Brian Pillion, 973-887-6183.
Auxiliary Unit 155:
President-Sheila Proko, 201-486-1712. E-mail:sheila.proko@dbr.com.
Secretary-Rae Ann Brueche, 973-886-8474.
E-mail: thumper2664@aol.com
S.A.L. Squadron 155:
Commander-Harry Kupper, Jr., 973-887-5210

175 Rock-Den Post
76 Franklin Avenue, Rockaway Borough, NJ 07866
Phone: 973-627-6791
Post Meetings-1st Thursdays, 6:30 p.m.
(facilities to follow)
Open: (Days and hours)
Commander-Frank Bolcarovic, 973-214-8652
Adjutant-Chris Stahl, 973-252-9022
Auxiliary Unit 175:
President-Mary Rosetti, 973-627-5259
Secretary-Sharleen Maka, 973-586-4458
S.A,L. Squadron 175

242 John H. Lookoff Post
Updated 07-11-11
700 Newark-Pompton Turnpike, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
Phone: 973-839-9724. E-Mail: ALPost242@optonline.net.
Post Meetings-2nd and 4th Mondays, 8:00 p.m.
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: 2:00-9:00 p.m.
Commander-Leonard J. Remus, 973-831-1970, E-mail: lenremus@optonline.net
Adjutant-Robert M. McGreevy, 973-694-4954. E-mail: camperb2003@yahoo.com.
No Auxiliary
For hall rentals, contact Post Home,973-839-9724, and leave message for Lou Herbert, Hall rental Chairman.

245 William H. Flatt, Jr. Post
Post info updated 07-08-2011
210 Espanong Road, Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849
Phone: 973-663-2690
Post Meetings-1st Fridays, 8:15 p.m.
Post Home with bar facilities. Flexible schedule.
Commander-Tony Gross, 973-584-6311. E-mail: rmgross@verizon.net.
Adjutant-Raymond Polakoski, 973-663-0176
No Auxiliary.
For hall rentals, contact Tony Gross, 973-584-6311.

249 Parsippanong Post
Updated 09-29-2011
91 North Beverwyck Road, Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034
Mailing Address: PO Box 196, Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034
Phone: 973-335-9266
Post Meetings-1st Thursdays, 8:00pm
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: Seven days, 3:00 p.m. to as justified.
Commander-Robert Briant, 973-265-4045, cell-973-207-8102
E-Mail:rbriant46@yahoo.com
Adjutant-Joseph C. Minsavage, 973-335-1209, cell-973-886-4632
E-Mail: minnijoe@optonline.net
Auxiliary Unit 249:
President-Michele Silver, 973-334-0315. E-mail: cirssy1978@optonline.net.
Secretary-Ann Kemp, 973-335-6528. E-mail: annkemp6@aol.com.
S.A.L. Squadron 249
Commander-Frank Miesnik, 201-400-3678
For hall rentals, call the Post home, 973-335-9266.

279 Lincoln Park Post
Updated 10-11-12
133 Main Street, Lincoln Park, NJ 07035
Phone: 973-694-9731
Post Meetings-3rd Wednesdays, 7:00pm
Post Home with bar facilities.
Open: Mon.-Fri., 2:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Sat., Sun. and Holidays, 1:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Commander-Douglas Wallis. 973-432-2346. E-mail: douglas.f.wallis@usps.gov.
Adjutant-Arnold Garrison, 973-696-8281.
For hall rentals, contact Harold Liberatore, 973-229-0841.
Auxiliary Unit 279:
President-Joanne Faust,973-641-6797.
Secretary-Helen Vitellaro, 973-628-7809
E-mail: vitellhe@cs.com
S.A.L. Squadron 279:
Commander-Harry Bartsch, 973-975-8581.



312 Creighton Mayes Post
78 Abbett Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960
Phone: 973-455-9802
Post Meetings-3rd Thursdays, 8:00pm
Post Home with bar facilities.
Commander-Donald Wright, 973-945-7275
Adjutant-John Thomas, 973-960-2330
Auxiliary Unit 312:
President-Katherine Wright, 973-668-6917. e-mail, katt442@aol.com.
Secretary-Bernadette Smith-Davenport, 862-432-6333, e-mail, berniedavenportsmith@yahoo.com.
S.A.L. Squadron 312

315 Mendham Post
Garaband Center, Mendham, NJ 07945
Phone: N/A
Post Meetings-3rd Wednesdays, 8:00pm
Commander-Joseph Szoke, 973-543-2337
Adjutant-N/A
No Auxiliary

342 Bernays Apgar Post
Updated 08-05-10
Route 24, PO Box 342, Chester, NJ 07930
Phone: 908-879-5271
Post Meetings-3rd Tuesdays, 7:30 pm
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: Friday evenings, 7:30 p.m. until
Commander-James Smith, 908-879-5271
Adjutant-James Conroy, 908-638-6091
E-mail: leftgear@embarqmail.com.
Auxiliary Unit 342:
President-Linda Oppel, 908-876-4576
Secretary-Julia Robinson, 908-879-5340
S.A.L. Squadron 342
For rentals, call Hal at Post Home, 908-879-5271

344 Rockaway Township Post
Post information updated 07-11-11
210 Chestnut Terrace, Rockaway, NJ 07866
Phone: 973-627-9717
Post Meetings-1st Wednesdays, 7:30pm
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: Thursdays and Fridays, 4:00-10:00 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Commander-Russell Hrdy, 973-769-9389. E-mail: hrdyr@batelle.org.
Adjutant-Thomas Holzman, 973-625-4213.
For rental information, call the Post Home, 973-627-9717.
Auxiliary Unit 344:
President-Jeanne Stites, 973-625-2411
S.A.L. Squadron 344

390 Denville Memorial Post
Post information updated 09-20-2010
9 Legion Place, Denville, NJ 07834
Phone: 973-627-8237
Post Meetings-1st Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
E-Board Meetings-3rd Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: Mon.-Fri., noon to bartender's discretion. Sat. and Sun., 10:00 a.m. to bartender's discretion.
Commander-Marc Hatfield, Phone: 862-219-3163. E-mail: marchatfield@att.net.
Adjutant-F. Tony Ramirez, Phone: 973-627-4453.
E-Mail: tdramirez@msn.com.
Auxiliary Unit 390:
President-Sue Mitchell, Phone: 973-627-4474.
S.A.L. Squadron 390
Commander-Lee Mitchell. Phone: 973-627-4474.
For rentals, call Dan Daly, Hall Chairman, 973-975-2278.

391 Mine Hill Memorial Post
Updated 07-11-11
1 Legion Place, Mine Hill, NJ 07803
Phone: 973-328-9767
Post Meetings-4th Wednesdays, 7:30pm
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: Mon.-Fri. 3:00 p.m. until
Commander-Gary R. Sweeney, 973-584-2396
E-Mail: chrisandgary@optonline.net
Adjutant-Harry H. Fry, 973-366-2415
E-Mail: HarryFry@optonline.net
Auxiliary Unit 391:
President-Regina Elio, 973-361-7589
Secretary/Treasurer-Darlene E. Hopler, 973-366-2415
E-mail: darhop@optonline.net
American Legion Riders 391:
Director-Gary Sweeney, 973-584-2396
E-Mail: chrisandgary@optonline.net
Secretary/Treasurer-Darlene E. Hopler, 973-366-2415
For rentals, call the Post: 973-328-9767


421 James P. Collins Post
96 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, East Hanover, NJ 07936
Phone: 973-428-3061
Post Meetings-(to come)
Commander-Joseph Forenza, 973-887-2327
Adjutant-Howard Struck, 973-403-0467
Auxiliary Unit 421:
President-Anne Pellecchia, 973-585-7229
S.A.L. Squadron 421

422 Roxbury Memorial Post

423 Tri-County Memorial Post
Post info updated 08-01-10
28 Legion Road, Milton (Oak Ridge), NJ 07438
Phone: 973-697-7376. E-mail: amlpost423@optonline.net
Post Meetings-Second Saturday of month, 10:00 a.m.
Post Home with bar facilities (via key card)
Commander: Dr. Clifford J. Williams, 973-697-8675. E-mail: cwms2@verizon.net.
Adjutant-Mike Murphy, 908-208-5190. E-mail: globemaster2@hotmail.com.
Auxiliary Unit 423:
President-Paula Vitaccio, 973-208-7882
S.A.L. Squadron 423
Commander: Al Beck, Jr.
For hall rentals, contact: Commander, 973-697-7376, or e-mail: amlpost423@optonline.net

450 Pequannock Memorial Post
Post info updated 08-01-10
11 Oak Avenue, Pequannock, NJ 07440
Phone: 973-633-9356.
E-Mail: AMLegion450@optonline.net
Post Meetings-3rd Mondays, 8:00 p.m.
Post home with bar facilities
Open: Seven days a week, 1:00-11:00 p.m.
Commander-James Bolte, 973-839-8920. E-mail:jimbolte@optonline.net.
Adjutant-Russel Weisse, 973-839-4539'
No Auxiliary
S.A.L. Squadron 450
For rentals, contact Post after 1:00 p.m., 973-633-9356.

451 Rainbow Post
Post info updated 08-01-10
c/o 126 Fox Hill Road, Denville, NJ 07834
Phone: c/o 973-334-6556
Post Meetings-3rd Mondays, J,M,M,S,N, 8:00p.m.
Meets at Rainbow Lakes Community Clubhouse
Commander-Eugene Caulfield, 973-627-7669
E-mail: etc07834@aol.com
Adjutant-William DeGrosky, 973-334-6556
E-mail: degsr@optonline.net
No Auxiliary
No hall rentals.

484 Passaic Township Memorial Post
Updated 07-11-11
234 Union Street, Stirling, NJ 07980
Phone: 908-604-5411
Post Meetings-2nd Thursdays, 8:00 pm
Post Home with bar facilities
Open: Tues., Thurs. and Sat., 4:00-10:00 pm.
Commander-Richard Dorsi, 908-647-6655
Adjutant-Jerry Sachs, 908-647-8392. E-mail: sachs183@optonline.net.
No Auxiliary
For rentals, call Post Home.

Note: Bar hours may vary from those shown,
depending on circumstances.

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