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Field Allen Post 148 Windham Maine (official site)

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Field Allen American Legion Post 148

“A Post Worth Belonging to”

“Fastest Growing Post in the State”

“ 15 consecutive years of positive membership growth”

Since our charter in 1938, Field Allen American Legion Post 148 has been welcoming VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, we continue to welcome all military personnel serving our country.  Joining our Post enables you to continue serving your God, Country and Community. Our mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams, peace and blessings for our country, friends and families embodied in our preamble below.

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To the wonderful patriotic citizens of Windham Maine: Join our Post as a Booster or Sponsor. (click Sponsor or Booster Button for details). 100% of the monies raised are given back to the community. Help us to continue sponsoring Scholarships for our children; give aid and assistance to our local needy Veterans, and their families. Help us to continue to support financially worthy community programs and projects.
 
 
THANKS TO OUR MANY BUSINESS SPONSORS (click on link)
 

 

 

RECENT NEWS & REGULAR EVENTS:

 

NEW!!  All Korean War Vets (1950-1953) and families are to be honored on July 26th, 1 PM, at the Maine State House.  (Click on link FMI)   NOTE:  Pre-registration required!  Please contact Adj. Tanguay (dtanguay46@aol.com) or Commander Theriault (tommyt93@maine.rr.com) if you need ride assistance.

OPEN POST 148 OFFICER POSITIONS AVAILABLE, PLEASE CONSIDER SIGNING UP. (CLICK FMI)

NEW 3 YEARS DUES LOCK IN  (click here FMI)

ALL WW2 VETS NOW ELIGIBLE FOR FREE VA MEDICAL CARE (click on this link for more info)

NEW VETERANS ADMINISTRATION FRAUD PREVENTION PROGRAM (VSAFE) - click on this link

 

 

Veterans Coffee Social: every Wednesday from 9 to 11 AM at the WVC hall.    

 

All Veterans are invited to drop in for free coffee, donuts and conversation (whether you are a member of not)!

 

Meeting of Field Allen Post 148:  the first Wednesday of every month, at our location at the Windham Veterans Center at 35 Veterans Memorial Drive, Windham, ME 04062.   The dinner starts at 1730 (5:30 PM), and then the business meeting begins at 1800 (6 PM).

If you are interested in joining, please contact our Adjutant dtanguay46@aol.com.

 

OUR NEXT EVENTS: 

A Limited Number of Tickets Are Available for Raffle on a wooden Amerian Flag.  Proceeds go to support the Windham Vets Center.   (FMI click on link)

Red Cross Blood Drive Wed. July 17th, 12 noon to 5 PM, Windham Veterans Center

Baked Bean Supper, Saturday July 20th, 5 PM, at the Windham Veterans Center.  Proceeds go to the Don Rogers High School Scholarship (FMI click on link)

Wed. July 21st:  Free Sea Dogs Game Tickets for vets (while they last!)  (FMI click on link & scroll down)

Monday July 26th:  Special Korean War Vets Ceremony in Augusta.  Pre-reg. required.  (FMI click on link)

August 12th, Toby Pennels Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament, Fairlawn Course, Poland   (click on link FMI)

Sunday August 25, free US Navy Band concert in Freeport (FMI click on link and scroll down)

Saturday Sept. 21, American Legion Auxiliary Craft Fair, 9 Am to 2 PM, Windham Vets Center (FMI click on link and scroll down)

 

VERY RECENT PAST EVENTS:

Memorial Day, click HERE and HERE to see photos

Vets Fishing Event Sebago Lake, Thursday May 23 (click to see photos)

Special Event on May 17th:  Commemoration of Two British Pilots Who Perished During Training in WW2 over Sebago Lake (To see photos click on link)

Post 148 Honor Guard at the Windham Little League Opening Event April 27th (click on link to see photos)

Legion 105th Anniversary, Post 148 86th Anniversary, and St. Patty's Day Dinner pics (click on this link)

 

WW2 Vet Carroll Mcdonald's 99th Birthday Celebration on Feb. 28th (click on the link for the picture)

 

4 Chaplains Rememberance Service, Sunday Feb. 4, 2:00 pm (click on link to see pics)