Newly elected officers for the 2018-2019 Centennial year term were recently installed at American Legion Post 111 in Dallas. 2019 marks the 100th Anniversary of the American Legion. The Post would like to publicly thank all past officers and members of Post 111 for their loyal and dedicated service. Current members are encouraged to renew their dedication to the Post and become involved in our many activities.
The service began with a presentation of colors by members of the Paulding County Sheriff and Fire Department Honor Guards. This was followed by our National Anthem, sung beautifully by Ms. Tabitha Ketchum. The crowd gathered for the occasion then recited the Pledge of Allegiance in unison. American Legion Post 111 Commander, Mr. Bill Fleisch, introduced Mr. William McPherson, Chaplain of Post 111, who provided the invocation.
American Legion Riders of Post 111 organized a benefit ride for Operation Not Forgotten. The ride started out at Hooters in Hiram and ended at Post 111 of Scoggins Road. Benefit riders were greeted with BBQ, provided by the Happy Hog in Hiram, a raffle, silent auction, and a live band.
The children of Paulding County are cordially invited to visit with the Easter Bunny on Saturday, March 24th at the 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by American Legion Post 111 on 2587 Scoggins Road in Dallas.
“The Full Circle Project,” a charitable arm of Waste Industries USA, Inc., recently donated $5,000.00 to the American Legion Post 111 in Dallas to assist with their “Raise the Roof” fund.
Walter S. Burger, a Junior from Paulding County High School in Dallas, GA, was named the winner of American Legion Post 111’s 2018 Constitutional Speech Contest on January 20th.
High school students residing in the Paulding County vicinity are cordially invited by Post 111 in Dallas to compete in the first round of the 81st American Legion Oratorical contest.
The children of Paulding County are cordially invited to the 3rd Annual “Cookies with Santa” this Saturday, December 16th between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM at American Legion Post 111 on 2587 Scoggins Road in Dallas.
American Legion Post 111 and members of the Paulding County Veterans Memorial Committee held a Veterans Day Service downtown Dallas on Saturday, November 11th at 11:00 AM. The 24th annual service was held in honor of all Veterans living and deceased.
The Entertainment Committee of American Legion Post 111 at 2587 Scoggins Road, in Dallas, GA, cordially invites the public, service members, veterans of all branches, Legion Family members, and their invited guests to celebrate the 242nd birthday of the United States Marine Corps on Saturday, November 11, 2017.
The American Legion recently recognized four veterans for their outstanding volunteerism at Post 111 in Dallas. Those honored were Max Thomas and George Delmar Cook, both U.S. Air Force veterans, Billy Cooper, a U.S. Marine and Harold Thomason, who served in the U.S. Army.
Several visiting dignitaries representing each of the four groups of the American Legion Family presided over the event. Larry Diehl, from the American Legion Department of Georgia and member of the American Legion National Security Commission, installed the new Post 111 Commander.
Saturday, June 3, 2017, the American Legion Riders 5th District of Georgia held their second annual Motorcycle Rodeo. The event, hosted by the American Legion Riders at Post 111 in Dallas, was a motorcycle skills competition.
American Legion Post 111 and members of the Paulding County Veterans Memorial Committee held a Memorial Day Service downtown Dallas on Monday, May 29, 2017 at 11:00 AM.