Veterans Still Serving America

Welcome!

American Legion Post 150 welcomes as members all Veterans, active servicemen, and active servicewomen who served (or are currently serving) in the nation's armed forces during the eligibility periods designated by Congress. If you are a veteran, love our country, respect our flag, and want to serve your community, then please join us!

Matt Matyuf
Commander, Post 150


American Legion Memorial Walk / Memorial Bricks

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The American Legion is dedicated to continued service to our men and women of the Armed Forces. Your purchase of a brick will help us to continue this vital work.

Please participate in recognizing those who have served (or who are now serving) through the purchase of a brick with your veteran’s name laser-engraved on it. The bricks will be laid at our Veterans Memorial in Sterling, Virginia. By honoring/memorializing your veteran, you help us to raise funds to assist veterans in our community.

The price per brick is $50. Members of the American Legion receive a discounted price of $30 per brick. Only veterans may be honored/memorialized.

If requested, we will notify you when your veteran’s brick is laid at the Veterans Memorial, and we will send you a photo the brick in place at the Veterans Memorial.

Please download the order form for laser-engraved bricks, and send it and your payment to the address on the order form.

Please email your questions to: memorialbricks@alpost150.org

Thank You!
American Legion Post 150
Sterling, Virginia

Memorial Day 2014

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Pictures from our 2014 Memorial Day ceremony are here:
http://alpost150.org/category/image-galleries/memorial-day-2014

Thanks to everyone who attended or helped out.

Post 150 especially would like to thank again The Honorable Jennifer T. Wexton (Virginia Senate – 33d District), CAPT Kenneth Cienik (Chaplain Corps USN (Retired), Christ the Redeemer Roman Catholic Church), the Sterling United Methodist Church Choir (Jennifer Quiñones, Director of Music Ministries), and Boy Scout Troop 956 (Randy Shangraw, Scoutmaster).