POST 57 QUEEN of HEARTS! 

2nd JOKER WAS PICKED, NEW BOARD WILL START NEXT WEEK!!! 


Elgin Post 57 continued its Queen of Hearts program on MONDAY, December 10, 2018 at 8 PM. Ron S. was the winner and he selected Card #54. That card was the Joker and Ron won $293.00.That was the 2nd JOKER drawn and a new board will be started. The next drawing will take place on Monday 12/17/18 at 8 P.M. Tickets will be available at the Canteen during regular business hours and will be sold up to 15 minutes before the drawing. Net Ticket sales will be added to the remaining Jack Pot for the next weeks drawing. Tickets are 6 for $5.00 (sold in $5.00 lots only) and participants can purchase as many tickets as they want. Tickets need to be purchased (cash only) in person at the Post 57 Canteen and participants must be at least 18 years old to play. Participants do not have to be present to win. This program is open to the public.

820 N. Liberty Street 
Elgin, IL 60120 
847-741-1684 
POST HOURS: 

10am - 9pm Monday - Thursday 

10am - 10pm Friday - Saturday 

10am - 7pm Sunday 

This week's Jackpots are listed below:

UPCOMING EVENTS:

*  December 12th, Spaghetti Night, 5 - 7pm 

*  December 15th, Post Kid's Christmas Party 

*  December 15th, Post Script articles due 

*  December 24th, Christmas Eve, Post closes at 3:00pm 

*  Kitchen closed, December 24th – January 4th 

*  December 25th, Christmas Day, Post Closed 

*  December 28th, VA Benefit day, 9:30am – 2pm 

*  December 31st, New Year’s Eve Party, 7pm – 1am, Bring a dish to pass 

*  January 1st, New Years Day, Tom & Jerry’s 10am – Noon, Post closes at 5pm 

* January 19th, National Membership Caravan dinner program, Immediate Past National Commander Denise Rohan as Keynote Speaker

Click for Complete Calendar:  November or December

 About: 

We are the largest Veteran's organization of Veterans helping Veterans. Begun in 1919, and still serving our Veterans and their families today.  

General Information  

You are eligible to become a member of the American Legion, and we would like you to join us here at Elgin Post 57 if you meet the following requirements as established by The United States Congress:  

* Honorable Discharge from the United States Military (all branches of service including Merchant Marines who served during WW2)-  

* Provide us with a copy of your DD214 (if you cannot provide one, we can help you to secure a copy of yours)-  

The dates of eligibility are:  

WW1 (4/6/17 - 11/11/18)  
WW2 (12/7/41 - 12/31/46)  
Korea (6/25/50 - 1/31/55)  
Viet Nam (2/28/61 - 5/7/75)  
Grenada/Lebanon (8/24/82 - 7/31/84)  
Panama (12/20/89 - 1/31/90)  
Persian Gulf War (8/20/90 until cessation)  

We look forward to you joining us here as a member of the American Legion Elgin Post 57, or as a member of the American Legion (Women's) Auxiliary Unit 57, or the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 57!

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Welcome to American Legion Elgin Post 57.  

820 N. Liberty Street

Elgin, IL  60120

 847-741-1684

POST HOURS:

10am - 9pm Monday - Thursday

10am - 10pm Friday - Saturday

10am - 7pm Sunday

CANTEEN MANAGER:

Office Phone:  (847)741-1669

Canteen Phone:  (847)741-1684

Kitchen Phone:  (847)741-8143

ADJUTANT OFFICE (ROY E. PARKER)

Office:  (847) 741-2358

Fax:  (847) 741-5273

Email:  alelginpost57@yahoo.com

*  LUNCH SERVED:

Tuesday - Friday 11:30am - 1:00pm

*  FAMILY BURGER & STEAK NIGHT with LIGHTNING
Thursdays:  5:30 - 7:30pm

*  FRIDAY FISH FRY & FRIED CHICKEN  
4:00 - 7:00pm

*  FRIDAY BINGO:

       Early Bird:  7pm

     Bingo:  7:30pm

*  SUNDAY BINGO:

      Early Bird:  1:30pm

      Bingo:  2:00pm

Why You Should Belong to The American Legion?

The American Legion is the nation’s largest and most influential network of U.S. wartime veterans, families and communities. From budget hearings to baseball diamonds, combat outposts to children’s hospitals, the Legion has something for everyone under its four pillars of service:

Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation

National Security

Americanism

Children & Youth

With nearly 2.5 million members and some 14,000 community posts, The American Legion is truly a grassroots organization, guided by resolutions that spring from local Legionnaires and are advanced to the state and national levels. From there, American Legion resolutions help shape U.S. policy on many fronts, including veterans health care, national security, foreign affairs and the economy.

 

The American Legion brought into existence the modern VA, the GI Bill, and dozens of health-care benefits. It helped build the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. The Legion is a national leader in military-to-civilian transition assistance and home-front support for our troops.

 

The American Legion is also fun. The Legion Riders motorcycle group raises millions of dollars to help children, veterans and families. Conventions, special events, volunteer activities, welcome-home dinners, concerts and holiday observances are among the many other ways Legionnaires make service a pleasure.

 WHY I BELONG

“Our goal is to help veterans and their families, educate our community’s children, keep our community safe, and lend a helping hand to those in need.”

Diane Adair, Georgia Post 233