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Next Post meeting will be May 1, 2014 at 19:00 at the Kenton County Courthouse in Independence. Click here for Post Location

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Upcoming Events

Moon Brothers Post Recruitment

The Post Commander has challenged each member to recruit at least one other member into the post.

If anyone needs "Why Belong?" brochures, they should contact the Adjutant (Bill Barley) via E-mail or (859) 429-0750 and he will make arrangements to get them some brochures.


POW/MIA bench at Memorial Oaks

The post is looking for donations from members to sponsor the POW/MIA bench at Memorial Oaks. The suggested donation is $100.

If you have any questions, comments, concerns, please contact us at (859) 429-0750 or via E-mail.


memorial oaks of south kenton memorial paver program fundraiser special


Phase I of the Memorial Oaks project is done! Enjoy this short video showing our progress.

If you would like to request a brick paver online, print and mail this donation form along with the check to the address listed. Please make checks payable to Memorial Oaks.

To read more about this project, please visit website.

Feel free to visit the site on the campus of Simon Kenton High School. Map It!google maps pin

Miscellaneous Information

Extry, extry, read all about it!

Independence Veterans Office Celebrates Ribbon-Cutting, page 8
Legion Contest Showcases Speaking Skills, page 8
Moon Brothers meet at sunrise for highway cleanup, page 8
World War I books presented to Kenton County Library, page 8 CSAH and Legion team up to help wounded warriors on Thanksgiving, page 9
Flag Day Ceremony, page 8
Independence American Legion Decorates 8500 Graves, page 8

For other News Stories, please click here.


Funeral Guide for Veterans

Funeral planning is something most of us will have to do at one point in our lives and it isn't the easiest thing to do but it must be done. If you are planning a funeral, you have many decisions to make. You may feel overwhelmed or confused. You may have questions. We have compiled a funeral guide for Veterans and their families to use in the event of a Veteran's passing.

We would like to say we are sorry for your loss, in advance, and we are here to assist you with anything you may need. Please contact us at (859) 429-0750 or via E-mail.

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