Post 10 is one of the oldest American Legion Posts in Oregon. We have been here since 1919 and will continue to provide support and services to our community Veterans and their families as we have for over 100 years.
A 501c(19) Veteran's Organization
Helping our veterans, promoting Americanism, supporting youth programs and supporting our community.
Mission: To advocate for the Veteran and provide a place for comradeship.
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Sunday, July 26th is supposed to be over 100 degrees!! 🎇
We open at 10:00 am for breakfast 🍽
Bingo starts at 12:30 pm. 🎰
Remember, we have AIR CONDITIONING! 😎
[07/24/20] THE LEGION FAMILY PICNIC FOR 2020 HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS.
American Legion Family Award 2020
Congratulations Post & Unit 10!
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EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY JULY 13, 2020:
Per the Governor's order, the American Legion Post 10 of Albany, Oregon face coverings are required at all times, with the exception of restaurant patrons while they are eating. Bingo patrons will be required to wear their face covering throughout the day, with the exception of while they are eating or if they have a health condition recognized as an exception. The 6' distancing restrictions will remain in effect. Group limits remain at 10 people
The Legion Family Picnic has been cancelled until 2021.
The Command Office will remain open for payment of membership dues and other related business.
The Veterans Food Pantry will continue for pickup at the gate on Tuesdays. Orders must be received by the preceding Friday at noon.
Donations will be appreciated to continue to pay our overhead expenses (ie; insurance, mortgage, electricity, cable, internet, water/sewer, and gas).
Be safe, and take care.
Post 10 Staff
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[07/07/20] Congratulations Post 10 on achieving over 100 percent membership for the 2nd year in a row! Great job!
democratherald.com A Celebration of Lives honoring veterans and civilians who have died during the COVID-19 pandemic will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 4, at the American Legion Post 10, at
POST UPDATE 6/20/2020:
As you were previously advised, Commander Solomon is officially on medical leave. 1st Vice Commander Chuck Zeitler and the members of the Exec Committee will be at the helm for the next few weeks.
Karen Force, Command Executive Assistant will be the main contact for Post business and the Veteran's Food Pantry. Celebrations of Life and other family gatherings may be scheduled, following the current COVID-19 limitations.
The Post 10 Club will continue to be open Mon-Sat from 8:30 am until 11 am for breakfast and from 10 am until 2 pm on Sunday. No buffets or group dinners until the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Bingo will continue on Sundays starting at 12:30 pm. Max capacity in the main hall is 50 due to social distancing requirements.
July 4, 2020 at 11 am will be a Community Celebration of Lives in the parking lot area. This is open to the public with social distancing requirements strictly adhered to. Face coverings are required with exceptions, as allowed by current Plase II restrictions.
The Honor Guard and Legion Riders continue to provide military honors, flag lines, and motorcycle escorts, on request.
Red Cross will continue to hold blood drives, as scheduled throughout the summer. Check their website for dates and times.
Post: 541-926-0127 [email protected]
Riders: 541-510-7582 [email protected]
Auxiliary 541-510-7584 [email protected]
Sons: 541-926-0127 message
BINGO on Sunday.
Happy Father's Day to dad's everywhere!
[06/16/20] By Order of the Executive Committee of American Legion Post 10, Albany Oregon, effective immediately, all social media posts related to pending legal issues at Post 10 are to cease. Any questions or concerns must be presented in writing to American Legion Post 10, 1215 Pacific Blvd SE, Albany OR 97321 and will be forwarded to legal counsel.
Preparing to retire the flag.
[06/14/20] BINGO starts at 12:30pm today. Get your table early. Good Luck!
American Legion Post 10, Albany Oregon
All Legionnaires, Auxiliary, SAL and Riders of Albany Post 10 please check in by pm, email or phone
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 541-926-0127 Monday-Friday 10am - 1pm
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Rest well Ralph Smith. We'll take it from here.
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Thursday, June 11 at 1pm will be the Celebration of Life for our brother in arms and dear friend, Ralph Smith, USAF. Do to covid-19 restrictions, this ceremony will be for family and close friends. Others are welcome to drop by cards or letters during the week and they will be given to the family for you. Thank you for your understanding.
Our sincere thoughts and prayers go out to Rebecca, their family and friends. Ralph was one of the good ones and will be missed by everyone who had the honor of knowing him.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, seating is limited to 50 people in the main hall, 36 in the lounge area. Face coverings are required with the exception of those with specific exempt medical conditions.
local10.com Saturday's D-Day remembrance in Normandy have turned out to be one of the loneliest remembrances ever.
A DYING SOLDIER’S GIFT: TAPS
During the bloody fighting of the Civil War, Captain Robert Ellicombe led his Union troops against the Confederates at Harrison’s landing in Virginia. During combat one night, he heard the groan of a wounded soldier, not knowing if the victim was Union or Confederate, he crawled onto the darkened battlefield to find him. Gunfire whistled over his head. Even so, the Captain felt a compelling urgency to go. In the confusion, he located the man and pulled him to the safety of Union lines. Only then did he realize that the man, a Confederate, had died in his arms. Moments later, in the flickering glow of a lantern, he stared in shocked unbelief. The dead soldier was his son.
Before the War, the boy had gone south to study music, and getting caught there, lost all contact with his family. Without his father’s knowledge, the youth joined the Confederacy. Later, in that strange providence of God, the political violence and hatred that gutted the nation had been set aside. Father and son were re-united on the field of the boy’s death. When the dad risked his life, crawling across a death-zone to the aid of an unknown soldier, in his final moments, the young Confederate knew it was his father’s arms that held him.
The next morning, the heart-stricken father requested permission for a full, Military Funeral. The request was denied. In a compromise agreement, he was allowed to use a single musician. He chose a bugler. Giving the musician a scrap of paper containing a few music-notes he found in his son’s pocket, the bugler played the somber chords at the grave. As a father grieved for his lost son, the world heard for the first time the haunting-but beloved-melody since played at thousands of Military Funerals and which today we call “TAPS”
Honor, respect, remember . . . . .
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American Legion Post 10, Albany Oregon's cover photo
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Ladies and Gentlemen and Veterans of all ages, PLEASE FLY YOUR FLAGS AT HALF MAST ON MEMORIAL DAY. In addition we would love to see the 5000 flags flying throughout Linn County again. Many of you have already said you will light those RED, WHITE and Blue candles on your porches at Dusk on Memorial Day to remember those who lost their lives on the battle front. Memorial Day is a Day of remembrance.
Commander Post 10
Memorial Day, for most of us, will be different this year. The meaning, however, does not change.
I’m calling on the community and The American Legion Family to encourage communities far and wide to pay tribute to our nation’s fallen heroes at dusk May 25, Memorial Day, by lighting candles of honor and placing them on front porches. Such a display will remind everyone that our resolve to honor those who served before us will continue even as social-distancing measures limit our ability to perform traditional Memorial Day remembrances.
We must adapt and overcome the pandemic in order to pay our respects to the true meaning of Memorial Day.
The manner and placement of the candles of honor are up to each individual. If possible, I recommend using a front porch as a visible reminder of the price that was paid for freedom.
Color options for consideration could include:
A red candle to remember the blood shed in battle for the protection of our freedoms.
A white candle to keep our POWs/MIAs ever in our thoughts and prayers as we await their return home
A blue candle to salute the memories of those who made it home but are no longer with us.
However you choose, whether it’s one candle or three, I ask that photos of those candles be shared on social media, tagging The American Legion National Headquarters and using the hashtag #candlesofhonor so our message will reach families everywhere.
And let’s not forget that Friday is National Poppy Day. While our poppy distribution plans may be different this year, it’s also an opportunity to innovate. The American Legion Auxiliary National Headquarters is planning a Facebook watch party May 22 at noon EDT. American Legion Family members across the country are also planning other low-contact ways to remember the fallen and keep faith with the disabled through the symbol of our official flower, the red poppy.
No matter how we remember this year, the most important message we need to send is that we will never forget.
Commander Post 10
The American Legion National Commander
Members of The American Legion Post 10 we are opening the building for those of you who want to pay their dues or need to talk. We will follow all rules and regulations set by the governor. EVERYONE MUST wear a face mask to enter the building and respect the 6’ apart from each other. The food pantry for veterans is still open and take out breakfast is still a great meal.
Commander Post 10
Veteran owned. Veteran's Served. Thank you DOT Ranch for Veteran's Pantry Project!
Albany Fire Department
Good Evening Central Albany. My name is Sandy Roberts and I am the Public Information Officer for Albany Fire Department. I have an exciting treat for you. Your area first responders will be giving a Porch Parade tomorrow 🚒🚓🚑🚓 starting at 10:00 a.m. I’ve attached a parade map.
Few things we want you to keep in mind for the parade:
1. Practice good social distancing. Stay on your porch, apartment balcony or driveway and 6' away from your neighbors.
2. If we are not traveling in your neighborhood or down your street, you can view us at these locations:
*Front of Liberty Elementary
*West Albany track/baseball parking lot
*Mega Foods parking lot
*At Home Furniture parking lot
*South Albany HS-track/football field side
*Boys & Girls Club
PLEASE remember to practice good social distancing!!!
3. Please wave, dance, and jump as we come through.
4. We will have our lights on and use our sirens. If your child experiences sensitivity to sound we recommend ear protection.
5. Lastly, have fun! It will be great to see all of you.
This is a video of our 6 year old daughter Arina. She loves to play violin and wanted to share a hymn that she likes with the veterans. We hope that it's going to serve as an encouragement for them during this uncertain time. May God bless you! Stay safe and healthy! ALEX
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