Sunday at 3pm, Sept. through May
Next Raffle is Sept. 11th, 2022
Jackpot is $418
Lunch at the Legion
Monday (Burgers), Tuesday (Either Chicken Salad or Tuna Salad, choice alternates every week), Every other Wednesday (Hot Dogs), Thursday (Hot Italian Subs), and Friday (Mini-Italian Beefs)11am - 2pm (while supplies last)
Sloppy Joe's w/chips
Every Wednesday 5pm to 8pm
(while supplies last)
Please join us for Karaoke
The first and third Saturday of each month from 8:00 PM to 12:00 Midnight.
A video gaming room is adjacent to the main bar area.
News & Notes
American Legion Illinois Premier Boys State completes it’s 85th session
Congratulations to Jack Fostiak, Wauconda H.S., winner of the Hayes Kennedy Essay Contest
This premier program has been teaching Americanism and government processes to rising seniors since 1935. It gives these young men the opportunity to form their government leadership from the city, county and state levels. In order to accomplish this these citizens of Premier Boys State must campaign, give speeches and articulate why they are the best candidate for the respective position. Premier Boys State gives out up to $20,000 in scholarship awards every session through essays, interviews, Orations and application processes.
President Biden signed nine bills that improve health care for veterans during a White House ceremony June 7 attended by staff members of The American Legion’s Washington, D.C., office.
Among the goals Biden laid out in his Unity Agenda during his first State of the Union address is supporting the nation’s veterans.
“Today, our administration is delivering on that agenda,” the president said. “In just a moment, I’ll be signing nine different bills with overwhelming bipartisan support that improve care for our veterans and honor their service and their sacrifice.”
The legislation calls for expanding veterans’ access to lifesaving breast cancer screenings and care, strengthening oversight by temporarily authorizes the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Office of Inspector General to issue subpoenas in certain circumstances, extending a program to compensate World War II veterans exposed to radiation and awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to Army Rangers of World War II.
A new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program will bring fast, reliable internet access within financial reach to approximately 2.5 million veterans.
The FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides a discount of up to $30 each month for qualifying households and up to $75 monthly for qualifying households on tribal lands. Additionally, eligible households may receive a one-time discount to purchase a computer or tablet from participating providers.
Participating internet providers are offering eligible households high-speed internet plans for no more than $30 per month, making access for ACP-eligible households free when pairing the two benefits.
The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a non-profit veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. Legion Post 911 is a veterans and community service organization with over 300 members from the Wauconda area.
Whether you’re a veteran or your parents/grandparents were veterans, we welcome you to join us in the American Legion Family.
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Meets on the 1st Wednesday of every month at 7pm
Meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7pm
Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 7pm
Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7pm