American Legion Dewey Lowman Post 109




American Legion Dewey Lowman Post 109 was founded in 1933. This page and those listed below contain  a  pictorial history of recent Post 109 events.  It is the intent of this Post Historian to also include past history as I can find and document it.  Each event has a number of pictures.  Some only a few and others many.

If you have comments about, or would like to add comments or additional pictures to these events please send an email to the post historian at:

As of March, 2018 all new photo albums are being uploaded to Facebook. The old system of editing, resizing and posting photos to this website was very time consuming. Facebook allows us to simply choose the photos and upload them so we can post them within a day or two and the pictures are a higher quality.

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Affiliated Organizations

A Women's Auxiliary of American Legion Post 109 was formed on _______. The Legion has every reason to be proud of it's Auxiliary.  Auxiliary members are always anxious and willing to co-operate in every Legion activity.

A Sons of the Legion for American Legion Post 109 was formed on _______. The Legion is equally proud of it's Sons of Legion unit, which gained statewide recognition because of it's programs of service.

Patriotic Days - 27 Flags

MEMORIAL DAY has always been an outstanding occasion in this community. In addition to memorial events throughout the Arbutus and Helethorpe communities, the  goal of every Veteran to it's last man is to keep MEMORIAL DAY sacred to the memory of our war dead of all of the wars of the country; and all graves are decorated on this National Holiday.

ARMISTICE DAY, now called VETERANS' DAY, originally marked the end of fighting in World War I. It is an important holiday on the calendar of Legionnaires everywhere and in the hearts of all Veterans. It has been in ____.  Annually the Post sponsored the Armistice Day Parade. An important tradition was established when the Post led in the memorial exercises at 11 o'clock on the morning of November 11, marking the exact hour of the cessation of hostility on the war fronts.

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