Charter Organization Delafield American Legion Post 196.
WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT OUR CHARTER ORGANIZATION
THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME!!! TUESDAY - FRIDAY OPEN AT 4PM AND MOST PACKER SUNDAYS FOOD, BEVERAGES, AND CAMARADERIE !!!! THE FRYER & GRILL ARE OPEN!! STOP IN FOR A HAMBURGER, FRIES, OR APPETIZER!! Delafield American Legion Post 196 333 N Lapham Peak Rd PO Box 152 Delafield, WI 53018 Clubhouse phone - (262) 646-3930 www.delafieldlegion.com Contact Charter Org Rep Ed Marek with questions or comments
Troop 49 is on the schedule to HOST the Friday Night Fish Fry once a month- 5:30-8pm. Adults are primary Hosts, youth may help with parent supervision. Greet Customers, Buss Tables, Deliver Food, and other help as needed.
LEGION EVENTS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
Legion Racoon Feed- Last Saturday in January SALs Fisheree- First Saturday in February Rock the Vets- June 29, 2024 Lucky Ducky Race- First Sunday in August Auxiliary Wine Tasting- First Saturday in November Military Gala- November 11th weekend
Delafield American Legion Scout Service Award-
Beginning January 1st through December 31st, Troop 49 scouts & adults are eligible to earn the Legion Scout Service Award Patch. This award will be presented by the American Legion for noteworthy service to the Legion and to the community. All service will be recorded by event, date, total hours at that event then signed approval for the event. See the service form for all information on the different Legion events through out the year and for examples of types of approved community service allowed. New this year, adults in the troop can earn also earn this award! Event and final approval is by one of the following; Troop Charter Org Rep, Scoutmaster or Committee Chair. Requirements: Minimum total 20 service hours, participate in no less the 3 Legion events, list any additional service hours to your community as needed. Events and Hours reset January 1st.
Delafield American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year Award-
Our Chartering Organization the Delafield American Legion Post 196 has created a separate Eagle Scout of the Year award that directly ties into the State and National American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year Scholarship. This lifetime goal is recognized by the American Legion and it awards members who have met the following Eligibility Requirements. The nominee must:
Be a registered, active member of a Boy Scout Troop, chartered to an American Legion post.
Received the Eagle Scout Award.
Be an active member of a religious institution and must have received the appropriate Boy Scout religious emblem.
Have demonstrated practical citizenship in their church, school, Scouting, and community.
Have reached their 15th birthday and be enrolled in high school at the time of selection.
Reside in the department (State) in which the scout applies.
All applications will be forwarded to State Department by the Delafield American Legion Post 196.
All current Eagle Scouts in Troop 49 between the ages of 15-18 are eligible.
The link at the bottom will take you to the National American Legion website where you will download the application and fill it out completely. All applications must be turned into Mr. Adam Fritsch Troop 49 Charter Org Rep and those received will then go to the Troop Charter Executive for consideration to receive the Post level award. The final deadline to submit the application to Post 196 (c/o Mr. Fritsch) is January 31st. Additional information is found on the American Legion website and the application, carefully read the website page and entire application before beginning. Review the entire application before turning it in for consideration. During the annual nomination window, the application form is available at the following link. https://www.legion.org/publications/254137/eagle-scout-year-nomination-form
We miss our Legion friends:
A Friend to Troop 49: Many of our Troop 49 Scouts worked with Mr Mark Corgiat at the Racoon Feed at the Legion as well as other Legion events. Mark was a servant to the core- cheerful, encouraging, and helpful. Recently Mr. Corgiat was awarded the Commander's Award for his service to the Legion.
Mr Corgiat passed away suddenly on July 30, 2022. We will miss him dearly.
Long Time Member and Past Charter Executive George Finch passed away peacefully on September 7, 2022. George loved to mentor young people. He helped Scouts in Troop 49 and Troop 20 with their Eagle Projects and impressed upon them to "take responsibility for yourself and look after the guy next to you". He wanted the Troop and Scouts to be the best example of scouting. We will remember his insistence on scouts wearing their uniform properly, respecting the flag and nation, and that rank requirements are not just a one and done but a life skill to be honed and used. Mr. Finch never wavered. He was an Eagle Scout through and through. He will be missed. Mr. Finch's family has set up the George Finch Eagle Scout Fund in his memory.
Troop Service with the Delafield American Legion-
Your participation is appreciated.
Last Saturday in January- Delafield American Legion Racoon Food, an annual and historic event. Scouts help set up, help clear tables at the event, and maintain outdoor fires for those in line.
Saturday in Spring- Delafield American Legion grounds clean-up day.
Memorial Day Ceremony -Setup at the Legion Post 8:00am, ceremony starts at 10:00am . This is a uniform event, Class A is required
July 3rd - Setup at the Legion Post at 6:30pm for the July 4th event, both dining flies will be used - wear your Class B shirt July 4th -Be at the Legion Post at 8:00am, at 8:30 walk up to the parade staging area. Walk parade followed by the Flag retirement ceremony at Delafield American Legion. After this event scouts and adults need to stay to help take down both dining flies and to help clean up. This is a uniform event, Class A is required
August Thursday before Golf outing- Annual Legion Golf outing set up at the Broadlands Golf Course - wear your Class B August Last Thursday of Month - 9am - 11am- Help guests take their golf bags to the carts- Class A or Class B is acceptable
October Sunday - Annual Legion Car Show - 8:00am - 2:00pm - this is a working event directing parking
Attending and or helping in any manner will count for service hours and towards earning the Legion Service Award.