About us

Our WWII Veterans in 4 of July Parade

American Legion Post 410 is organization of veterans dedicated to veterans, servicing God, country and family. We are an active post involved in the community. We do numerous events during the year to include 4 of July parades, Chili Cook offs, Las Vegas Nites, Christmas dinner, etc. We participate in local flag cermonies, funeral services, and parades. We are always looking for more veterans who want to get involved to join us. We also have a very active Sons of the Legion and Auxiliary groups. We are also have a Legion Riders group. 

 

 

Contact us

Legion Hall

Location: 147 Legion Drive, Lake Hills, TX 

Phone: 830-612-1034

Email: americanlegion410@att.net

Open: 3 pm to 9 pm on Fri thru Wed.

Memorial Day

Placing flags on Veterans graves

Memorial Day

Placing flags on Veterans graves

Our first Vet inducted under the Legion Act

Pat Hall becomes a Legion member

New member under the S.504 act

President Trump signs S.504.

Allows for Vets who served after Dec 1941 to join

Allows for more Vets to join.

Directions to the Post

Map to the American Legion Post

To get to the Post from Hwy 16, take either PR 37. ( Follow it south for 11 miles to Legion Drive. Take a right and the post is on the left.) Or from Hwy 16, take 1283, go south till you hit a 4 way stop. Take a right onto PR 37. Follow it down till you see 26th St. Take a right and the post is on the left.  From SA, take Culebra / /451 to 1283. Go north west till you hit a 4 way stop. Turn left on PR37. Follow the road to Legion Drive and turn right. Post is on the left.

Sept 2019 - Recruitment Poster for Legion Sponsored Cub Scout Troop

Legion Officers

The New Legion Officers

Post Commander - William Evans

1st Vice - Jim Schledorn 

2cd Vice - Laurie Banister

Adjutant - Dennis Fedak

Judge Advocate - Butch Shaw

Finance - Ron Clark

Chaplain - Mike Maikranz

Service Officer - Lance Olson 

Historian - Susan Parr

Sgt-at-Arms - Vinny Mufsid

To contact any of the officers - please call the post at

830-612-1034

 

Services to the Community

Memorial Service for member & fireman

Hall can be rented for group meetings.

Have a variety of medical equipment that can be loaned out - wheel chairs, crutches, canes, walkers, etc.

Veterans information / help available

Yearly Oratorical contest for scholarship money

Sends 2 - 3 boys per year to Boys State

Visits Veterans Hospital in Kerrville

Earn money which is donated to local charities.

 

 

Memorial Day 2017

Memorial Day 2017 - Placed Flags at Cemetery- Played Taps

Services to the Community - so far in 2020/2021

 This is to let people know what we are doing so far, to support our Community, in 2020/ 2021

 

Sponsoring a Cub Scout Pack

Quarterly Trash Pick up on 1282 from 4 Way to the County Line.

Sponsoring a Little League Softball team - Go Bulldogs!!!!

Assisting Hill Country Elementary  School by helping to pay for a School Field Trip.

Sponsoring 2 boys to go to Boys State and giving each of them a little spending money.

Helping a veteran build a ramp up to his home.

Assisting a veteran with paying his bills while he gets backon his feet.

Flag folding and Flag Burning Ceremony for community at the Lakehills Civic Center

Set up Lakehills Parade and BBQ

 Donating funds to the Silver Sage, and Arthur Nagel Clinic.

Donating funds to the Boys and Girls Club in Bandera

Donating school supplies to Hill Country Elementry

Donating finds for sports equipment to Pipe Creek Christian School

 

Our members not only support our efforts at the American Legion, but you will also find them volunteering at Meals on Wheels, The Medina Lake Volunteer Fire Dept, The Food Bank, The Boys and Girls Club, Boy Scouts, Medina Lake Betterment Society, and many of the local churches.

Our events (Chili Cookoffs, June Fest, Poker Tournments, etc) allow us to continue with our efforts to support our communities.