About

we are moving

No, we are not moving our post site, just our website.  We are adding new features to better serve our veterans and our community.  We are also adding a second domain address and a new server so that our site can be even more visible and offer more services.  We ask for your patience during this transition.   You can preview our new website by clicking on the picture icon or here:  Visit our new site

 

We are active in our community.  Learn what we are doing by visiting our News page or clicking here:  Today’s news file

Our post has been in Chapel Hill since post-World War I.  We formed and created a post on Rosemary Street, the site of the Bank America building.  We closed that site and moved with our naval artillery piece to a new site out in the “country.”

That new country setting, on 35+ acres, is now encircled with houses, a school, hotels, and office buildings.  We have maintained our new home site as one of the most picturesque and hidden parks in town.

Our mission is to help veterans.  Be they old-timers from World War II, Korea conflict (nice phrase for “war”), Vietnam, a series of police actions, Iraq, Kuwait, and on into 9/11 and our current conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Our organization is best suited to help veterans with unmet needs, assistance in our community, service to our community, and veterans education and benefits.  We also strongly support Scouting.

The American Legion has Veteran Service Officers in each post and in Winston-Salem.  Let us help you get the information you need.

Our post building serves all of our local veterans who are members of the American Legion or its Ladies Auxiliary.  It is your home, too.

We are working on revitalizing the post and its many resources.  You can help make a difference in your town.  Come.  Join our Post and help us and other veterans make a difference.

Visit our website at: http://americanlegionchapelhill.com

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One Response to About

  1. Rosemary N. Welty says:

    The benefits of it’s resources will definitely use by world war two documentary

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