2015 Veteran’s Day Service Draws Large Turnout

This year, the Veteran’s Day Service saw a large turnout by Post members, friends, and their families.



Post 346 Commander Wil Fetherman


M.A.S.T. Color Guard Members: Joseph Cesamassima, John Kile, Karolina Keledziej, Eric Dewaters.

A complimentary breakfast was offered before the service, which was much appreciated by attendees.

The service was conducted by Post 346 Commander Wil Fetherman, Post 346 Chaplain Bud Mathagan, and the M.A.S.T Color Guard to honor all veterans who gave us the ultimate commitment of dedicating themselves to serving our great country.

As with all official American Legion meetings, a designated POW/MIA chair was present as a physical symbol of the thousands of American POW/MIA veterans still unaccounted for from all wars and conflicts involving the United States.

Just a few days prior on November 8th, Post 346 Color Guard fired over the graves of veterans in 12 local cemeteries.



Check out photos of the event on our Veteran’s Day Breakfast album on Facebook by clicking here.


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