Breakfast with Santa

Saturday, December 14th, 2019 at 9:00 AM American Legion Post 434 Lower Hall.

American Legion Post 434 members children and grandchildren 13 and under are invited to attend.

Please sign up on the wish list in the bar or contact 2nd Vice Commander Scott (414) 254-3459 by November 15, 2019 so the Auxiliary can go shopping for presents.

Benefit for Todd

Living one day at a time, enjoying one moment at a time, that’s what life is about. Unfortunately, life sometimes takes a wrong turn, challenges us, and tests our faith! Todd, has been diagnosed with esophageal cancer, and has been undergoing extensive treatments at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Clinic in Houston, Texas. His wife Chris, daughter Anneliese and dog Forrest were with him offering love and support. Housing, travel expenses, and many insurance costs are not being paid for. Surgery will be scheduled 5 weeks after healing

MEAT, BASKET, BOOZE, 50/50 RAFFLES, & SILENT AUCTION

1ST PRIZE: $750- 2020 LAKE MICHIGAN FISHING CHARTER FOR 6 SUNRISE CHARTERS-M-F

2ND PRIZE: MOSSBERG 500 FIELD & SLUG COMBO 12GA. WITH SCOPE AND CASE

3rd PRIZE: 58” SHARP ROKU 4K UHD FLAT SCREEN TV

4th PRIZE: MARLIN XT-22TSR–.22CAL BOLT ACTION 22” STAINLESS STEEL BARREL

5TH PRIZE $100 CASH

SUPER SEPARATE SWEEPSTAKE

CD WALL JUKEBOX

NEED NOT TO BE PRESENT TO WIN

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