Rotonda West ALP 113

Post History

On January 22, 1971, the Rotonda American Legion Post was chartered with Clayton Rhodes named Commander on May 12, 1971.

 

Our Legion Family

A Women's Auxiliary of American Legion Post 113 was formed on _______. The Legion has every reason to be proud of it's Auxiliary.  Auxiliary members are always willing to help make every Legion function a huge success.

A Sons of the Legion for American Legion Post 113 was formed on _______. The Legion has every reason to be proud of it's Sons of Legion unit. They too are always willing to ensure our Post is the best it can be!

Our Legion Riders for American Legion Post 113 was formed on _______. The Legion has every reason to be proud of it's Riders. They too are always willing help and ensure our Post is the best it can be!

 

Patriotic Days

MEMORIAL DAY has always been an outstanding occasion in this community. In addition to memorial events throughout the Rotonda West community, the  goal of every Veteran to it's last man is to keep MEMORIAL DAY sacred to the memory of our war dead of all of the wars of the country; and all graves are decorated on this National Holiday.

ARMISTICE DAY, now called VETERANS' DAY, originally marked the end of fighting in World War I. It is an important holiday on the calendar of Legionnaires everywhere and in the hearts of all Veterans. Annually the Post presents a Veterans Day Service and luncheon. An important tradition was established when the Post marks ARMISTICE DAY at 11 o'clock on the morning of November 11, marking the exact hour of the cessation of hostility on the war fronts.

Scholarships and Community Projects

American Legion Post 113 sponsors various scholarships for the further education of our children. We also sponsor and financially assist many worthy community projects and programs initiated by the National American Legion.

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