Sunday at 3pm, Sept. through May
Lunch at the Legion
Monday (Burgers), Tuesday (Soup), Every other Wednesday (Spaghetti), 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 PM to Midnight.The second Sunday of every month from 4pm to 7pm
A video gaming room is adjacent to the main bar area.
News & Notes
Veterans to Receive Record Pay Increase in VA Compensation
Beginning Jan. 1, 2023, Veterans and beneficiaries who receive VA compensation benefits will see an 8.7% increase in their monthly payments—the largest increase in over 30 years.
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Veteran Driver’s License
Illinois veterans are authorized the designation of “Veteran” placed on their driver’s license or state identification card. To obtain a “Veteran” designation on your Driver’s License or State ID card you must:
- Be an honorably discharged U.S. Veteran.
- Bring your certified Veteran document such as a DD214, Form 13038, Department of Defense Form DD-2 (Retired), an identification card issued under the federal Veterans Identification Card Act of 2015, a United States Department of Veterans Affairs summary of benefits letter or other official Department of Defense discharge document that indicates the applicant was honorable discharged to any Secretary of State facility to obtain the “Veteran” designation on your Driver’s License or State ID card. If the “Veteran” designation is added during the renewal of your Driver’s License or State ID card, there is no additional cost. If a veteran chooses to add the designation before their scheduled renewal date, they may obtain an updated Driver’s License for $5 and an updated State ID card for $10. Veterans over the age of 65 can obtain an updated State ID card at no cost.
- Applicants will leave the facility with a temporary, secure paper driver’s license, which is valid for 90 days and will serve as their DL/state ID for driving purposes and proof of identification. The temporary, secure paper driver’s license will contain a photo and the basic information that appears on the permanent driver’s license or state ID card. In addition, the facility employee will return the old DL/state ID card back to the applicant.
- The SOS will verify your Veteran document with the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs (IDVA). If the IDVA is unable to verify your honorably-discharged veteran status, you will be notified to return to a SOS facility to have the veteran designation removed from your driver’s license and/or identification card.
Long COVID facts and symptoms
VA is on the front lines caring for Veterans and non-Veterans with a patient-centered holistic approach. This includes caring for patients with Long COVID.
What is Long COVID?
Some people can have ongoing or new symptoms after having COVID-19 that do not go away or get worse over time. If you have new or worsening symptoms 4-12 weeks after having COVID-19, you may be experiencing Long COVID.
I am a Veteran and I think I may have Long COVID. What do I do?
If you believe you have Long COVID, contact your care team today for an appointment.
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