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Synepuxent Post 166

Colorguard

The Color Guard is one of the uniformed groups in the Legion and serve as the American Legion's "display cases", so to speak. At Parades, Funerals and special events, they advertise the Legion's size, scope and substance to the public at large; they are one of the finest opportunities for post public realtions. They afford those involved a sence of accomplishment, and a great deal of satisfaction and enjoyment.

 

 

                                   

 

Left to right: Sarge Garlitz (US Flag), Elmer Muth, Eric Nilsson, Bernie Michaels, Joe Kuhl, Bob Deickman, Johan Nykvist
Glen Reely (Maryland Flag) and Fred Mula (Bugler)
These are the members of Synepuxent Post #166 American Legion Color Guard participating in a Post Everlasting Service held at Harrisons Harbor Watch on the Boardwalk at the Inlet. The service was held on Sunday Oct 13th for Legion Member Carol Kerstetter a US Navy Veteran who passed away last week. The service included the Soldiers Farewell by Elmer Muth, the Prayer by Johan Kykvist and the Eulogy by Sarge Garlitz. The 21 gun Salute was presented and TAPS was by Bugler Fred Mula.