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Welcome to American Legion Post 703

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Together, members of The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary, the Sons of The American Legion and the The American Legion Riders make up what is known as The Legion Family. All these organizations place high importance on preserving our American traditions and values, improving the quality of life for our nation's children, caring for veterans and their families, and perhaps most importantly, teaching the fundamentals of good citizenship.

In view of the current Shutdown Post 703 is temporarily extending last year’s season Slip n Ramp Access as follows:
1. Cost for slips is still $600 for members, n $800 for non members.
2. If you had a slip last year you can go ahead and use the same slip for now. But you must notify the Post of intent, name of owner n boat, slip used and proof of last year rental. The same applies for Ramp Passes.
Please call: (847) 587-2323 or mail in your requested info to the Post during this time Attn: Boat Slip/Ramp Access.
This will help us ensure that proper accountability and access is granted.
As soon as We are allowed to resume operations you can obtain your 2020 Slip and or Ramp Access Tags.
Thank you for your cooperation and support during this crisis.
Just recd this notification. As your Service Officer I have constantly talked about getting registered, update or followed up with your VA claim. Here is yet another golden opportunity for you to have your voice heard in regards to questions regarding claims and or benefits.
For God and Country,
Svc Ofcr

Greetings Legion Family,

General Membership Meeting is every 4th Wednesday of the month at 7 pm

For God and Country
Bob Gabriel
Commander
Post 703
Fox Lake, IL

Check out the latest edition of our newsletter!

February 2020

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Get in touch with us today!
(847) 587-2323

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Welcome to the Fox Lake American Legion Riders Group page!

Regular meetings are held the third Monday of the month starting at 7:15 P.M. at our Post Home 703 N HWY 12 Fox Lake, IL.

Playtech casino games. The American Legion Riders are a diverse group of motorcycle enthusiasts sharing common goals. All are members or spouses of The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, and Sons of The American Legion—and all are united by patriotism.

They answer the call to ride in service to America’s military, her veterans, and for the children and youth of our country.

OFFICERS
DirectorBob (SMAJ/Gabe) Gabriel (847-691-5990)
Deputy Director Anthony Kloski
Sergeant At ArmsJim Solberg
ChaplainSteve Zebich
TreasurerNancy Wells
SecretaryDale Reynolds
HistorianMindy Schwartz
Road CaptainPete Mazik

Monday and Thursday

$1.00 draft beer

Wednesday

$ 2.00 Miller bottlesAmerican Legion Bingo Hall

Sunday

Loaded Bloody Mary's $5.00

Monday

meat raffle from 3pm to 5 pm

September 1st - 3 Aces Band from 3- 6pm POWW wrestling

Doors open at 6 pm show time 7 pm Kitchen is open from 5 pm to 9 pm .

September 24th - Paint and Sip with Mo Wallace at 6:30 pm

$ 30.00 per person includes all paint supplies and one drink.Sign up at the bar to make sure there is room for everyone. 847-587-2323
Queen of Hearts Game every Tuesday, 7: 30 pm draw
Tickets can be bought every day at the Drop Zone Bar
Note: winner need not be present
50/50 drawing will be held tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 must be present
As part of our commitment to veterans and the community, the Fox Lake American Legion offers our hall, outside grounds and meeting room as rentals when they are not being used.
Hall rental: $650.00 for hall rental and $250.00 cash security deposit required.

maximum occupancy 250 people.

Outside grounds: $ 150.00 with cash security deposit $250.00

Meeting room: $50.00 maximum occupancy 40 people

Call today for a FREE estimate!
(847) 587-2323

Dear Veterans and Friends:

After 75 years, USMC TSgt Harry A Carlsen is coming home.

USMC TSgt Harry “Bud” Carlsen served in the United State Marines during World War II as the Quartermaster Maintenance Chief for Company A of the 2nd Marine Divisions’ 2nd Amphibious Tractor Battalion. From August through December of 1942, he participated in landing assaults against several strongly defended enemy positions in the South Pacific including Tulagi, Gavutu, Tanambogo, Florida, and Guadalcanal, British Solomon Islands.
In November of 1943, he was among the first troops to assault the heavily fortified enemy defenses of Betio Island Red Beach One, Tarawa Atoll, Gilbert Islands as part of an advance team whose mission was to establish a headquarters for tractor battalion operations.
TSgt Carlsen was Killed in Action on November 20, 1943. He was 31 years old. Bud was one of 550 Marines killed in the battle whose remains were not identified. Dog tags were removed, gravesites obliterated, and records lost.
In 1946 his unidentified remains were moved to Hawaii’s Schofield Mausoleum. 1949 his remains were reinterred at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Hawaii’s Punchbowl in grave E1212.
Due to extensive research by William Niven, Rick Stone (Chief Rick Stone and Family Foundation), and Mark Noah (History Flight), the search for Bud focused on grave E1212. Work by Nancy Spellman, Bud’s niece, and great nephew Ed Spellman, led to the exhumation of E1212 and the conclusive identification of Bud in June 2018.
More info at http://www.rblandmark.com/News/Articles/8-21-2018/Fallen-Brookfield-Marine's-remains-identified/
TSgt Carlsen’s family chose Glueckert Funeral Home in Arlington Heights for his services. Information about arrangements can be found at www.glueckertfh.com
Our deepest thanks goes to the family of TSgt Carlsen for his service and sacrifice for our Nation.
SPECIAL REQUEST
TSgt Carlsen’s remains will arrive at O’Hare Airport on Delta Airlines Flight 2573 from Salt Lake at 1:33 pm on Wednesday, October 10, 2018.
A procession to Glueckert Funeral Home will depart O’Hare at ~2:30 pm escorted by the Patriot Guard and a USMC escort. The procession will travel through Bensenville, Elk Grove Village, Mt Prospect and Arlington Hts. Please be patient as there may be delays for the flight.
The route will be:
North on York Road / Elmhurst Road to Algonquin Road
North on Arlington Hts Road to Glueckert Funeral Home, 1520 N. Arlington Heights Rd, Arl Hts, IL
EVERYONE is invited to stand along the route to honor this Fallen Hero. If possible, stand with an American Flag.
Also, veterans and friends are asked to form a Flag Line at Glueckert Funeral Home.
Please take some time from your busy day to honor one of our Nation’s Fallen Heroes.
Respectfully,
Greg

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Greg Padovani
Chairman, Veterans Memorial Committee of Arlington Heights
Honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans and their families.

Fox Lake American Legion Post 703

(847) 587-2323

http://www.foxlakeamericanlegion.org/

703 N. U.S. Hwy 12
Fox Lake, Illinois
60020

Discover one of the most affordable event venues in Tulsa, where all proceeds benefit heroes, our veterans of the United States of America. Located in Downtown Tulsa, our spacious hall is perfect for weddings, receptions, banquets, birthday and retirement parties, quinceañeras, concerts, dances, corporate seminars and more!

Rental Includes:

  • 4000 square feet hall
  • 60 by 40 feet vintage maple dance floor
  • a capacity of 300 people
  • 50 rectangular tables, 20 round tables, 300 chairs,
  • ample onsite parking (300 spaces)
  • sound system (no charge for PA, or plugging in a device to play music)
  • ice machine
  • Bar Room
  • Kitchen available for rent ($100 flat fee)
  • 210 square feet stage with lighting
  • variable lighting

Weekend Pricing:

  • $150 an hour with a four-hour minimum. ($25 Discount for additional hours)
  • $200 refundable deposit.
  • $100 to rent the kitchen.
  • Onsite catering is available, outside catering is permitted.

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