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2018-2019 OFFICERS


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Joe Hook-Assistant Director, Manny Perez-Director, Mary Greenwood-Secretary,
George Pickrell-Sgt-at-Arms and Lois Barstis-Treasurer.


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The American Legion Riders Chapter of Post # 166 was formed in September of 2007 with five members. Today there are seventy-two members who are active in Legion Rider activities as well as many other Post 166 functions. The Riders are dedicated to preserving the four pillars of the Legion and participating in projects and ceremonies sponsored by the Post. Some of the recent activity includes, the presentation of a check for $4000 to "Women Supporting Women" a local cancer support group, operation "Camp Alamo" at Hoopers during bike week,  our "Annual Crab Feast" during the Legion Convention,


Riders Outreach at Christmas

   Santa and his Legion Riders made two stops at Veterans homes tonight. We came home with a lump in our throat, tear in our eye, and respect for what we have in life. My Christmas and others was made tonight by the smiles of those less fortunate that will now have a well deserved Christmas. Thank you Bonnie Hansen, Vicki Newberger, Lois Barstis and Greta Roland for all your help and Ed Hansen, Mathew Newberger and Carroll Cartwright for helping deliver gifts of love to our Veterans and their families. God Bless you all. God Bless Our Troops, and God Bless America.













April 24, 2018............................................Riders Meeting



If you are interested in joining the Riders of Post # 166, you can download the application and bring it with you to the next Rider meeting. Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Post. You do not have to be a member of Post # 166 to join. To be eligible you must be, a current member of the American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, or the Sons of the American Legion. You must also be the legally registered owner of a motorcycle of at least 350cc engine displacement and posses a valid driver’s license in your state of residence. You are also eligible for membership if you are the legal spouse of an ALR member in good standing within the Chapter of application.
Just click
HERE to get the application in PDF format.
For more information contact John Granite by e-mail at
poppygra3@msn.com or by telephone at 410-213-7201.
For more information on the American Legion Riders please go to the
Legion Rider's Portal

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