American Legion Post 434 Golf Outing

American Legion Post 434 Golf Outing
Grant Park Golf Course

Saturday, September 19th, 2020
Tee Off Time 9:00 AM

4 Person Scramble
$65.00 per Golfer
18 holes with cart, hole prizes, raffle tickets.

Dinner & two drink tickets at Legion Post 434
after golf.


Limited to the first 72 golfers to sign up.

Payments due by Thursday
September 17th, 2020


Payouts to teams finishing
1st, 3rd, 6th,9th, & 15th
Based on 72 golfers

Sign up at Oak Creek
American Legion Post 434
Or by contacting
Bill Krueck at (414) 788-7593
Eli Morren at (414) 690-4264

Raffle Prize Donations Greatly Appreciated

Flag Retirement Ceremony

A flag retirement ceremony, an official way that American flags can be “retired” and destroyed, was held at Oelschlaeger Dallmann American Legion Post 434 in Oak Creek.

Darrell Wimmer a member of the honor guard, holds a flag as George Rainer (right), the honor guard commander, starts the ceremony to retire the flags to be retired. Members of the post, and a unit of United States Naval Sea Cadets ( a high school and middle school program) are in the background.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Darrell Wimmer a member of the honor guard, holds a flag as George Rainer (right), the honor guard commander, starts the ceremony to retire the flags to be retired. Members of the post, and a unit of United States Naval Sea Cadets ( a high school and middle school program) are in the background.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here Ed Ciechanowski (far left) a member of the honor guard, holds a flag along with others as they make their way toward a fire where the flags will be destroyed.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here Ed Ciechanowski (far left) a member of the honor guard, holds a flag along with others as they make their way toward a fire where the flags will be destroyed.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here Roger Jenson (left) takes flags from Second Vice Commander Scott Zalewski (center) to be placed in the burn barrel. Other members of the honor guard wait at right with flags to be destroyed.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here Roger Jenson (left) takes flags from Second Vice Commander Scott Zalewski (center) to be placed in the burn barrel. Other members of the honor guard wait at right with flags to be destroyed.

Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here post member Roger Jenson, lowers a flag to be destroyed into the flames.
Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here post member Roger Jenson, lowers a flag to be destroyed into the flames.
Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here a flag to be retired is lowered into the flames.
Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here a flag to be retired is lowered into the flames.
Photo by Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel