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

518-462-7006

Fax 462-5250

MelvinRoads@nycap.rr.com






President Steve Shannon
welcomes you.

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Become a member

               

2016 - 2017 Officers: (Executive Committee)

President
Stephen Shannon

Secretary / Chaplain
Anne Harrington

Membership
Ernie Rau

Road Captains
Adrian Mather
Jim Garrity



Vice President
Bill Baker

Treasurer / Rep. to BOD
Gary Lynch

Historian
Kevin Harrington

Sgt. At Arms
Walt Fonda

Past President
Francine Kroll

RIDE EVENTS

See Events Calendar For More Info.

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)

POKER RUN
9:30 to 10:45am Registration
at Melvin Roads American Legion

At each stop, refreshments will be served or available
and a playing card is received, prizes given for top hands.
Admission is $20 per driver, $10 per rider.
Pre-registration receives an extra card so hand is best 5 of 6 cards.
All participants are responsible for their own ride,
Melvin Roads is not liable for any mishaps.



We meet on the 4th Tuesday 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 Bill Baker, 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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