ATTENTION ALL VETERANS AND RELATIVES OF VETERANS
If you have served your country in the Armed Forces, you may be able to join the American Legion. If you are related to a veteran, you can probably join the American Legion Auxiliary or the Sons of the American Legion. We need to strengthen our membership to help face the many challenges to the veterans who served our country.
We are also involved in many other works, such as scholarships, educational programs, blood drives, the Gifts for Yanks program, and other worthwhile projects. We are a non-profit organization and much of our spending directly benefits our own community and neighborhood.
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You can check your eligibility for all 484 organizations and can read and print applications directly from this website by clicking here:
This page was last updated on: September 22, 2017
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American Legion Post 484
1837 Sutton Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Phone (513) 231-7351
P. O. Box 30058, Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Post 484, pictured at the right, has over 300 members. This very active post sponsors or partcipates in many community-oriented activities. The legion building has historical significance; the part of the building at the left was once a train station. The right side of the building is an addition, and it serves as our meeting hall. Legion Auxiliary Unit 484 and Sons of the American Legion Squadron 484 also use the building. The hall is also available for rental.
Click on the appropriate emblem above to go to that organization's web page..
American Legion Riders: Legion, S.A.L., or Auxiliary motorcycle riders who are interested in starting an ALR chapter at Post 484, please contact Gary Holden At 513-659-5231 A.S.A.P. THANKS!
Post 484's Bingo is now advertised in the BINGO BOOK. There is a coupon for extra cards in our ad.
Bring the card to our games and increase your chance to win. Bingo takes place on Thursdays at Post 484, 1837 Sutton Avenue at 10:30 am.
Email version of Post 484 Newslletter is no longer available.
You can, however, read the Newsletter by clicking on the bottom line in the red box on the Home Page.
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Post 484 is preparing a Memorial Wall for those from this area who died in the service of our country.
If you have a loved one who died in service, please click here for more information.