Melvin Roads Post 1231
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Banquet Hall - Bar & Lounge - Catering
Meeting Rooms - Veteran & Community Support

200 Columbia Turnpike East Greenbush, NY 12144 (map)

Chapter 1231

The American Legion


Fax 462-5250

President Steve Shannon
welcomes you.


Become a member


2021 - 2022 Officers:

Stephen Shannon

Anne Harrington

Bob Jones

Road Captains
Adrian Mather
Jim Garrity

Vice Director
Ernie Rau

Treasurer / Membership /
Rep. to BOD
Gary Lynch

Bill Baker

Sgt. At Arms
Walt Fonda

Past Presidents:
Bill Baker
Stephen Shannon
Francine Kroll


Dates TBA

Annual Blessing of the Bikes ~ Motorcycles, other vehicles & bicycles welcome
8 - 8:55am - Post: Coffee & Donuts
9am - St. Mary's Church: Blessing

Wednesday Evening Rides ~ May - October
6:30pm, weather permitting
Leaves Stewarts (@ 1 mile east of Melvin Roads)

Rick Fonda Memorial Poker Run

All participants are responsible for their own ride,
Melvin Roads is not liable for any mishaps.

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Adult Comedy Show

Professional comedians present mature ("R") rated show.
Tickets include show & 2 beverages.

We meet on the 4th Thursday of the Month at 7:00pm.
New members please arrive at 6:45pm to complete paperwork.

Dues are only $12.00 per year. If you would like more information on becoming a member contact our MEMBERSHIP OFFICER, include your phone number in your e-mail or print an application and stop by our next meeting.

Facebook - Melvin Roads Chapter #1231 American Legion Riders

Our main objective is " To help the children and families of severely wounded or fallen soldiers who have served in Afghanistan and/or Iraq."

Our other objectives are to...

  • meet our returning troops at the airport to welcome them home
  • escort home the severly wounded or fallen soldier
  • provide money to children and families during the transition phase for food, medical expenses or whatever is needed until they are able to support themselves
  • raise funds for the "American Legion Scholarship Fund" to ensure children of the severely wounded or fallen soldiers get an education

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