The Henry 44 mag Rifle was won by Charles Corman of Blue Jay, Ohio. Congrats and thank you for your support of the Yeager-Benson Post 199 programs.
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Music and Karaoke night
Memorial Day Parade
Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony will be held 25 May 2015, 10 am. The parade starts at Harrison Elementary School on Broadway and proceeds to State Street, to Harrison Ave. and finishes at Glen Haven Cemetery at the Veterans Site for Memorial Services. For more information please contact Craig Whitham at 513-417-5581.
A.F.R. 27th Annual Bike Blessing
The American Federation of Riders 27th Annual Bike Blessing and Poker Run will be held at Yeager Benson American Legion Post 199 at 10700 Campbell Rd. Harrison Ohio on Sunday May 3rd. Registration for the poker run starts at 10AM. Kickstands up at Noon “SHARP”. The cost for the poker run is $10 per person… Read More »
American Legion Baseball
Presenting the Colors
Harrison Veterans Color Guard
HVCG is ready to Score a Touchdown this season with Football Mania Fundraiser. A group of Veterans that does parades and school programs in the community. We are Members of Yeager Benson American Legion Post 199, VFW Post 7570, and Amvets Post 13 in Harrison Ohio. We support the community programs and our veterans. Your… Read More »
4th District Dart Tournament
Post 199 hosted the 4th District for the Annual 4th District Dart Tournament. There were 11 people who participated which allowed for 5 teams. Post 199 and Post 372 did well. Here are the results of the tournament. Singles: 1st Place: Doug Stafford (199) 2nd Place: Toby Smith (199) 3rd Place: Bailey Smith (199) … Read More »
The Four Chaplains
On Feb. 3, 1943, the United States Army Transport Dorchester – a converted luxury liner – was crossing the North Atlantic, transporting more than 900 troops to an American base in Greenland. Aboard the ship were four chaplains of different faiths: Reverend George Fox (Methodist), Jewish Rabbi Alexander Goode, Reverend Clark Poling (Dutch Reformed) and… Read More »