Success of the American Legion and all its posts, including Post 374, depends entirely on active membership, participation and volunteerism. The organization belongs to the men and women it serves and the communities in which it thrives.
The American Legion Post 374 in Millard, Nebraska, along with its SAL, Ladies Auxiliary, Legion Riders, Honor Guard and Color Guard Programs, strive every day to strengthen the "Four Pillars of the American Legion". Post 374 and its family of programs support Legion Baseball, organize charity fundraisers, provide comfort items to veterans living in Nebraska veterans homes, participate in local parades and ceremonies and honor fallen comrades at funerals and memorial events. Success of the American Legion and all its posts depends entirely on active membership, participation and volunteerism.
Sons of the American Legion - men of all ages whose parents/grandparents served in the U.S. military and were eligible for American Legion membership
Ladies Auxiliary - honors the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military, and their families, both at home and abroad.
Legion Riders - “The Legion Family” who share an interest in motorcycling.
General meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7:30pm.
July 2015 - Saturdays - hotdogs served at noon
7/10/2015 - Spaghetti Feed starts at 5:30pm
7/14/2015 - Liver & Onions and Salisbury Steak for lunch and dinner
7/18/2015 - Kitchen volunteer meeting 12:00p
7/18/2015 - Newsletter articles due
7/21/2015 - Auxiliary cooks
7/25/2015 - Broasted chicken dinner 5:30p
7/25/2015 - July Birthday Bash - music and drink specials
7/28/2015 - BUNCO at 6:30p
7/29/2015 - Trivia night
8/08/2015 - Auxiliary rummage sale
National Commander Michael D. Helm spent Flag Day in Pilger, Neb., the small town ravaged by tornadoes last year. (Photo by John Raughter) - See more at: Legion.org.