The American Legion
usaflag.gif (10636 bytes) Polo Memorial Post # 557
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502 Main
Polo, Missouri 64671

Regular meetings are on the first Sunday 7:00 A.M.

Color guard meets every Sunday 7:00 A.M.

Officers for 2000 ~ 2001

Commander: ~ John Allen ~ Adjutant: ~ Bill Kelley ~

National Headquarters

Auxiliary Page

Legion internet Directory
This Page was last updated
10/13/08

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Bill Brookshier receives 50 year pin and plaque
from Commander John Allen

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June 14, 2000

Activities
April 21, 2001
Annual mountain Oyster Fry
4:00 til ?
Adults $6.00
Children under 10 $3.00
Thanks to all who attended and helped

July 1, 2001
Regular meeting at 7:00 a.m.
Breakfast will be served before the meeting,

The
Smoking Lamp is OUT Forever

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Saturday October 7, 2000

Annual Fish - Fry
4:30 - ?
$5.00 Donation
Live Entertainment
Thanks to all who helped

Saturday April 8, 2000

Annual Oyster Fry
4:30 - ?
$6.00 Adults $3.00 Children
Drawing for gift certificate after the dinner
Thanks to all who helped

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Saturday April 10, 1999

Annual Oyster Fry

A Big THANK YOU to all who helped make this year's Oyster Fry the success that it was, especially
Jerry Taylor and his gang that did all the hard work.

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History 1998

The Annual Oyster Fry was a huge success,
We ran out of everything Before Dark.
Thanks to every one for the Help and participation.

And a Big Thanks to the American Legion Auxiliary

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The American Legion
Ride for youth

~ Our thanks go out to Cindie Wills, an Auxiliary member and Mel Henderson, and countless others who donated time and money to make the Ride a success.
(Mel, and Cindie both passed away in 99 They will be missed)

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Flags For the City


The American Legion is responsible for raising the money to put up the Flags all over town on the Holidays. For years there was not a Flag to be seen on the streets of Polo, Until the Legionaries decided to do something about it. With

hat in hand so to speak, they collected over $2,000 in a month. And bought
and installed 50 Flags from City Limit to City Limit on Both Main Hwy.s

But that was back in "95". Now they are starting to show a little wear and its time to hit the bricks again and see how much the citizens of Polo appreciate the Flags.

If you feel the need to donate you can send your contribution to:

Polo Memorial Post #557
P.O. Box 169
Polo, Mo. 64671

Or you can feed the white helmets at some of the stores in Polo. If all else fails you can find a Legionnaire with his hand out somewhere.

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Boys State

   The American Legion Boys State is a program for Juniors in High School.
The Boys that are chosen spend a week on the Mizou Campus at Warrensburg. During that week they learn to run their own State. First they elect all the State, City, & other Local Officials. They then choose Occupations for the rest, such as Media, Lawyers, Judges, and anything else it takes to make this country go round. This program employs the "learn by doing" method of teaching the basic principles of democracy.

  Over thirty-five thousand of Missouri's finest students have participated in The Missouri Boys State program since 1938. Established by the Missouri American Legion it has distinguished itself as one of our nations finest youth programs.

  American Legion Posts from all over the state sponsor these boys at a cost
of $250.00 a head, which is money well spent when you consider the fact that almost all of the past graduates have turned out to be leaders in the State and their respective communities.

  Polo Memorial Post 557 along with the Cowgill Post were fortunate enough to sponsor all three of the candidates that showed up this year. Cowgill sent Brian Eugene Johnson and Polo sent Lester Dale Thompson and Blake Joel Phares. All from Polo High School.

    1999 Polo Memorial Post 557 is again fortunate enough to sponsor both of the candidates that showed up Josh Rodriquez, and Mark Claypole. both of Polo High School.

    2000 We are again able to send two boys Eric Mantlo and Jason Boruch.

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You Will Not Be Forgotten

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