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Valentines Dinner At the American Legion Post 253 North Webster IndianaGreetings, friends.  We would like to take this opportunity to tell you something about Post 253, "The Biggest Little Post in Indiana."

Our membership in the American Legion numbers over 1100; our Ladies Auxiliary exceeds 900 members, as does our Sons of the Legion. Not too bad for a small fishing village like North Webster.  The "Family" must be doing something right.
 
There are literally dozens of activities in which one can become involved -- ranging from athletics to school programs. And our Service Programs for the benefit of our ailing veterans is second to none!

I encourage you -- one and all -- to stop in and learn how you can become a part of this living, dynamic organization.
 

Post 253 History

Herbert Kuhn American Legion Post 253, Department of Indiana, was established in
1936 with 19 charter members. The Post was named in honor of Herbert Henry Kuhn, who was the first North Webster Area resident to die in World War I.

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