Georgia AmLegion Post 304

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Snail mailing address for the Post: American Legion Post 304, P.O. Box 15, Kennesaw, GA 30156-0015.

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Sr. Vice Commander Alan Johnson and 5th District Jr. Vice-Commander Randy Goodman

Post 304 Installation of Officers
Saturday, July 22, 2006, at Provino's Italian Restuarant in Kennesaw.
About 40 or so Post 304 Legionnaires and Unit 304 Auxiliary members attended the installation of the 2006-2007 Officers. Installing officers were: Donna McCain, past District Five Auxiliary President, and Randy Goodman, District Five Junior Vice Commander.
Installed for Auxiliary were Velica Daniels, President, Bernie Smith, Vice President, and Helen Free, Secretary/Treasurer.
For the Post, the following officers were installed: Commander Larry Lieber, Senior Vice-Commander Alan Johnson, Junior Vice-Commanders Richard Ray, Andy Rice and Mike Kettmann, Finance and Service Officer Tom Stenzel, Judge Advocate Jim Stohl, Chaplain Robert Noles, Sergeant-at-Arms F. D. Smith, and Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms Howard Daniel.
Following are pictures that were taken at the affair.

Monday, July 03, 2006

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Senior Vice Commander Larry Lieber and I manned The American Legion booth at Kennesaw State University's Starlight Summer Concert Series on Sunday evening, July 2, 2006. The first two pictures above show the booth with Lieber talking with an interested veteran, who may join our Post. Third picture is the Fourth of July cake that Larry's wife Ann made (delicious!), and the next picture is of Larry and Ann. Larry, by the way, prepared a delicious picnic meal with 11 courses (just kiddin'), featuring baked salmon and lots of goodies (hors d'eouvres). Next is the Cobb Symphony Orchestra with a guest (local) musician playing sax and a rendition from a movie score from the early 1950's (Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift - but I can't remember the name of the movie) and next is the Symphony playing Patriotic tunes. Finale was The 1812 Overture (rousing!), followed by the fireworks and they were just great. Wish you all could have joined us. It was a worthwhile effort and most enjoyable.