Bar Specials

Lightning Raffle

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)

Taco Tuesday

Southwestern menu every Tuesday from 5pm to 7:15pm (except Tuesdays after major holidays)

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Sloppy Joe's w/chips

Every Wednesday 5pm to 8pm
(while supplies last)

Steak Night

Choice of strip or filet dinner every 3rd Saturday of the month ($25)
From 5pm - 8pm

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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

Video Gaming

A video gaming room is adjacent to the main bar area.

News & Notes

Biden’s fiscal year 2024 budget provides historic care for veterans

Biden’s fiscal year 2024 budget provides historic care for veterans

President Biden’s fiscal year 2024 budget released March 9 proposes vital resources to help the Department of Veterans Affairs care for America’s veterans, their families, caregivers and survivors. It is the largest budget proposal in U.S. history for veterans – total FY 2024 request for VA is $325.1 billion. This is a $16.6 billion increase above the FY 2023 budget enacted level.

“As President Biden often says, our nation has a sacred obligation to support veterans, their families, caregivers and survivors — and this proposed budget will help us do exactly that,” said VA Secretary Denis McDonough. “With these historic investments, we at VA can continue to deliver more care and more benefits to more veterans than ever before in our nation’s history.”

The budget for the VA aligns with The American Legion’s legislative efforts for veterans.

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Ukraine fights on

It was a special session called to address an international crisis. On Feb. 25, 2022, The American Legion National Security Commission met to address Russia’s unjustifiable invasion of Ukraine. Days later, The American Legion National Executive Committee unanimously passed Resolution 1: Statement on Ukraine. While the resolution opposes the deployment of U.S. troops for in-theater combat operations unless several stringent conditions are met, the statement also urges the administration to “continue the supply of lethal and non-lethal aid to Ukrainian forces.”

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American Legion testifies on Capitol Hill

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