The beginning of a year-long celebration: American Legion's 100th Birthday and then Post 237 Pleasanton's 100th Birthday in 2020, all starting with the Tri-Valley Veterans Day Parade 2018
We attended the Taylor Family Foundation's Annual Fundraiser. It was a great way for us to see how our donations are put to good use for the intended beneficiaries. And such a good time was had at the auction and concert!
One type of service project: visiting Veterans where they reside and providing support to their needs.
American Legion Post 237 of Pleasanton saying "Thank You" to Pastas Trattoria on Main Street. This local business has gone "above and beyond"
to support our Veteran community.
When you visit this fine Italian restaurant, you will not only enjoy the finest food in town, you will also be helping them support our active military sons and daughters abroad as well as the Pleasanton Veterans.
Lloyd "Ike" Isaacs was a World War II Vet, We owe him much and will miss him dearly.
This Veterans Day Parade was popular
for the Service Dogs Parade Theme.
Check out SGT Cole!
Memorial Day is our day of reverence to those Veterans past. Click above on the button and see the gathering at the Pleasanton Senior Center.
One of our joint-events, where we co-hosted a St. Paddy's Day celebration with our Comrades at VFW Post 6298.
A timeless corned beef recipe brought smiles to many who came out for a fun evening, mixing work, laughing, and just a great night!
Hosting the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce Mixer,
for Business Members and Guests to network
and get to know their American Legion.
Hope Hospice includes a program that provides service branch-specific blankets for our Veterans in a time of comfort
which we of Pleasanton's American Legion Post 237 appreciate very much.
Army LTC Andrew Jones "Good-Bye" celebration.
His reassignment is someone else's good fortune.
A role model to the Tri-Valley Veteran community,
we will always welcome his return.
Good Luck Friend.