The American Legion Post 452 is hosting a St. Patty’s Day Party which will feature the live music of Faultline. A $10 donation to cover entertainment, light fare and party favors is requested.
Did you know that the Robert W Mills Post 452 American Legion has a team in that is part of the Camden County American Legion Baseball League? Information on the team can be found on the American Legion Baseball Website, or by following the team on Twitter. For those interested in meeting the coaches, come out to our “Celebrity” Barkeep Fundraiser on February 25th from 6-10pm. The coaching staff will be working the bar that evening. There will be live music that evening! Come out and support our team!
Check out this picture from our Legion Archives! Hope to see a few of these players that on the 25th!
Did you know that the American Legion Post 452 is open to view all your Eagles games, including todays Philadelphia Eagles vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wild Card playoff game? Canteen opens at 12:30 for our friends. Come out for this and all Eagles games!
The American Legion Post 452 welcomes back FAULTLINE in 2022, playing your favorite rock tunes. Come out and enjoy a great evening. The canteen will be open to serve our friends! Canteen opens at 6pm, FAULTLINE will play from 7-11pm!
Wishing a very Happy New Year to all our soldiers who are always there guarding us and protecting us. May you always stay safe and happy.
This event has been cancelled.
Love Alive Returns to the Robert W Mills Post 452 on January 15th for their first concert at the American Legion of 2022. If you thought they were great here in 2021, then you have to come out to see them in 2022! As always the canteen will be open for our friends! A $5 donation at the door is requested to help offset the cost of the band. Come out for what is always a great night in Mullica Hill!
Come out early for the Army – Navy game at 3pm, doors will open at 2:30pm and stay for the concert. Love Alive will be returning one more time in 2021 to the American Legion Post 452. Don’t miss their last show of the year at the Robert W. Mills Post. Please note the time for the band to play will be 7-11pm. Come out early and get a great seat. The canteen will be open for our friends starting with the Army – Navy game
The morning was a bit crisp but perfect for running our 5K Run / 1 Mile walk went off perfectly with sunny skies and great temps for being outside running, maybe not so great for those keeping us safe by blowing leaves off the parking lot, (Thank you Mike!) or cheering the runners on, but afterwards everyone was treated to a delicious breakfast thanks to Blueplate! Wonderful job putting that all together, your support is greatly appreciated, as well as those of all our sponsors and participants.
Then there was rain and it got a bit colder and the concert was definitely to be held inside. This did not stop anyone from having a great time. Love Alive played another great concert at the American Legion and our special guest Death of the Fox had some craft beer available and Dominic’s Food Truck was on site as well keeping everyone full and ready to dance. A great night was had by all. We thank everyone who came out to support us, we look forward to seeing you at our future events. Check out our events calendar or follow us on Facebook for the latest.
Veterans Day is a time for us to pay our respects to those who have served. For one day, we stand united in respect for you, our veterans.
This holiday started as a day to reflect upon the heroism of those who died in our country’s service and was originally called Armistice Day. It fell on Nov. 11 because that is the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I. However, in 1954, the holiday was changed to “Veterans Day” in order to account for all veterans in all wars.
We celebrate and honor America’s veterans for their patriotism, love of country and willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.
November 10 marks the Marine Corps’ official birthday as it was first established on this day in 1775, by the Second Continental Congress.
The Marines played a large role in the American Revolution after its creation but then were abolished following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. The organization was then recreated on July 11, 1798, by U.S. Congress, which then directed that it be available for service under the Secretary of the Navy.
Now there are over 35 Marine Corps bases across the world, with a majority of them in the United States. Its structure is similar to the Army with teams, squadrons, platoons and battalions. There are over 186,000 active Marines.
Regarding the organization’s, birthday, it was first known as Marine Corps Day and was initially celebrated on July 11 from 1799 until 1921. This was when Major General Lejeune ordered to formalize the tradition and establish the official day to honor the birthday of the Marine Corps.