Welcome to Horry Post 111
Welcome to American Legion Horry Post 111's website. This space is dedicated to serving the members of American Legion Post 111 of Conway and is a place where members and prospective members, as well as members of the community, may obtain up-to-date information about our Post. We serve the Conway SC area in Horry County. Our address is 3003 Hwy 701 North, Conway, SC 29526 and our phone number is (843) 365-5669 - click here for our Post location.
Click the button here to make an online tax-deductable donation to one of our programs. Donations
• Tuesday, 6/20, 6:30 pm. - Senior team finishes a game with Georgetown and then plays another game with Georgtown. THIS GAME CALLED DUE TO RAIN & WET FIELD - WILL BE PLAYED TOMORROW (WEDNESDAY) AT SAME TIME.
• Thursday, 6/22 @ 7 pm., Junior team plays South Florence
• Friday, 6/23 beginning at 5 pm., Senior team plays a double-header between teams from Whiteville, NC and Loganville, NC
• Saturday, 6/24 @ 10 am., the Junior team plays a team from Kentucky
• Sunday, 6/25 @ 10 am., the Junior team plays
• Sunday, 6/25 @ 3 pm., the Senior team plays
Click the Sponsor button to see how you can help sponsor your American Legion Baseball Teams. The banners will be made up with your business name as you like and will be displayed on the fence in front of the fans.
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American Legion Baseball
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Please note the activites for the baseball teams shown above. We will publish the schedule for both leagues (Junior and Senior) as soon as they are available. We hope you will join us at the games.
Palmetto Boys State
Our Boys State program went well this year. We sent seven (7) young men to Boys State (click here to see the list of those that attended). We will publish some of the results in the next few days and plan on having them speak to us about what they gained from the program in the next couple of months.
It costs $300.00 per youth to send one young man to Boys State. If you were not able to participate in sponsoring a youth this past year, we will be having many more opportunities for you to become involved in the life of our youth throughout this next year. Participating in our fund raising and community awareness projects helps us raise the required funds. Our goal for next year is to send fifteen (15) youth. Help us reach our goal. View more information about Boys State here.
Help support our Youth
Legion Cap Etiquette
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Take the time to watch this video from Charlie Daniels band (be sure your speakers are on. I think you'll be impressed. Also the link has significant information about the Pledge to our Flag.
What do YOU do when the National Anthem is sung? This next video was published on Veterans Day, November 11, 2015 and provides great insight into how we as citizens are supposed to respond when the National Anthem is heard.
Post 111 now accepting online Tax-Deductable Donations
may now be made for our various programs such as Palmetto Boys State, Palmetto Girls State, American Legion Riders' Legacy Fund, our American Legion Baseball program, and Post 111's Other Programs which include such vital things as Emergency Financial Assistance to needy veterans, the JR Law Cadet Academy, Flag Advocacy, and other Family, Youth, and Veterans programs.
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VA Claims Assistance
Nick Cosentino, Post 111's Service Officer is at the Post on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 8 am to 10 am to assist Veterans and Members with their VA claims. Show More... He will also come in on other Tuesday's as required if you make an appointment with him. Veterans desiring assistance should be early and must sign in so that you may be served. As Nick's time is limited, you should plan to bring as much information as possible to support your claim so that Nick will be able to assist you in a timely manner. Coffee will be available. Call the office at (843)-359-5669 to make an appointment with him....Show Less
American Legion Riders
ALRSC-111 has the following rides and events scheduled. Click on the tabs below to see what's scheduled.
Our next meeting is Wednesday, July 5th in the Legion Hall.
See you there.
The next regular membership meeting of the Post is Monday, July 10th. This will be a family cookout some plan now on attending
See you there.
Check out our Calendar of upcoming events here.
Click here for the Riders webpage.
Click here for a list of our Program Sponsors.
Help support our Programs
Remember the Pledge of Allegiance?
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Map to our Post
Click here to see the map to our Post Home
See you at the Post
The Next USS Enterprise CVN - 80
The next USS Enterprise will be the ninth US vessel to bear the name Enterprise and the construction is due to begin in 2018 with a view to joining the lead ship USS Gerald Ford and her sister-ship USS John F. Kennedy.
Our Youth Programs
Post 111 sent 10 boys to Palmetto Boys State in 2016
Thanks to the support from our community, Post 111 again sent 10 young men to Boys State in 2016. The list of attendees and community sponsors for our 2016 program is posted here. The picture above is from Sunday, June 5, 2016. Four of our ten young men, along with some of our Legionnaires, met at the Conway Walmart prior to heading up to Boys State. Way to go guys. I'm told they had a great week and they will be talking with us at one of our meetings soon.
(The picture above is used by permission and was taken by Carole of AmeriChes Photography - thanks for the excellent picture).
Our goal this year (2017) was to send seven (7) young men to Palmetto Boys State and once again we reached our goal. This goal was not as robust as in the past several years but we are hopeful that we can send fifteen (15) next year (2018). (See our list of this year's attendees here). As stated previously, it costs $300.00 to send one boy to Boys State. We weren't able to do this all by ourselves and we say a special thank you to those businesses who helped us reach our goal. Click on this link to view our 2017 Palmetto Boys State Sponsors. To sponsor a youth, simply send an e-mail to our Boys State Director by clicking here and then send a check for whatever amount you can to the address below. As we are a 501 c(19) non-profit organization, all donations are tax deductible and will be used to sponsor a young man for our 2017 Palmetto Boys State program:
American Legion Post 111
Attn: Boys State Director
3003 Highway 701 North
Conway, SC 29526
A thank you note from one of our 2016 attendees
Thank you for helping us reach our Palmetto Boys State goal
Click on the team picture above to display additional pictures of the team during one of their playoff games.
Both our Junior and Senior league teams are doing well this year. As of this time, the Junior team is in first place in the leage and the Senior team is in 2nd place in their leage.
(Our 2016 Senior Team is depicted here).
Our Banquet this summer (for our 2017 season) was held June 17, 2017 at the Waccamaw Shrine Club. Cost to participate was $100 per couple and proceeds went to support the American Legion Baseball program of American Legion Horry Post 111. Our 2018 banquet will be held June 16, 2017. Plan now to attend and have a chance to win the grand prize of $5,000. Thank you for your support of Post 111's American Legion Baseball.
See our Legion Baseball page for additional information on this valuable youth program that is sponsored by Post 111.
Unfortunately we were unable to participate in this program this year. Help us support this valuable program for our students. See our Law Cadet Academy page for information about this great event.
This photo shows teens from all over the United States gathering in Indianapolis for the National Oratorical Contest.
The annual Oratorical Contest presents participants with an academic speaking challenge that teaches important leadership qualities, the history of our nation's laws, the ability to think and speak clearly, and an understanding of the duties, responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship.
The contest starts at the local level and works up to the National level. Winners of the higher levels can win significant scholarships that can be used for participation in any college of their choice.
Post 111's local competition will be held in January 2018 at our Post (final date to be published when known). Check out our Oratorical Contest page for additional details. Also, be sure to check out the 2016 winner at the National level and watch the video. It will give you pointers on how best to prepare and present your speech. Preparation and presentation encompasses many facets so be sure to consult with your high school coaches and others who are helping you to prepare.
Last Updated: Tue, June 20, 2017
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Important Upcoming Events
Our Next Meeting: We will be holding our next meeting at our regular time and location at the Post July 10th. Check out our Meetings page for details. We'll see you there.
Pancake Breakfast: Our next Pancake breakfast for Members and their guests will be Saturday, June 17th. Cost is $6.00 for a plate of pancakes, sausage or bacon, and eggs. Biscuit and Sausage gravy plate with eggs is also only $6.00. Coffee is included with both selections. Come one come all and enjoy this great breakfast.
Baseball Banquet: Our Banquet this summer (for our 2017 season) will be June 17, 2017 at the Waccamaw Shrine Club. Cost to participate is $100.00 (for two steak dinners and a fun time). Proceeds go to help fund the Baseball program. Plan now to attend and have a chance to win the grand prize of $5,000.
Spaghetti dinner: Our next spaghetti dinner for Members and guests is Thursday, June 29th from 5 - 8 pm. Come enjoy a great plate of home-made spaghetti with your choice of meat sauce, or meat balls. includes salad and bread for $8.00.
Post 111 has established a Sons of the American Legion Squadron
- Eligibility requirements -
All male descendants, adopted sons and stepsons of members of the American Legion, and such male descendants of veterans who died in Service during World I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, the Persian Gulf War and the War on Terrorism, during the delimiting periods set forth in Article IV, Section 1, of the National Constitution of The American Legion, or who died subsequent to their honorable discharge from such service, shall be eligible for Membership in the Sons of The American Legion.
Stats for the most recent games
5/26/17 - Georgetown Post 114: 11 - Post 111: 0
Over Memorial Day weekend Post 111 won 2 our of 3 games
5/30/17 - Florence Post 1: to be provided; Post 111:
5/31/17 - Junior league: St. James: to be provided; Post 111:
6/5/17 - Junior league: Anor: 1 - Post 111: 16
Legion Cap Etiquette
- The left side (emblem side) of the cap is reserved only for the Legion emblem, city, county, district, or state lettering.
- If desired, the following items must be placed on the right side of the cap:
additional lettering, restricted to either the name of a Post, or to an officer title (such as “Past Commander”),
cap insignias or badges (for Past or Present officers),
consecutive membership insignia, membership stars, and/or authorized Legion or military services decorations.
- Names or nicknames of individual members cannot be used on caps.
- The Legion Uniform Cap should be worn by its members only when in attendance at official Legion meetings or ceremonies, or as official guests at patriotic or other civil functions, or by individuals when officially representing The American Legion on public occasions.
- A member is considered to be in uniform if wearing an official Legion Uniform Cap. Therefore, it is not proper to wear the cap while eating a meal at an official Legion or civic luncheon or dinner.
- The cap should be worn in a place of worship only by the Guard of Honor, Color Guard and Commander of same while in marching order or standing guard. When returned to and seated in pews, the cap should be removed.
- Legion posts marching in formation into a place of worship should uncover, at the door, hold the cap with the right hand over the heart until the arrival in the pews and commanded to take seats, remaining uncovered during the entire service. At the close of the service, upon command, the post shall arise, the members holding the cap with the right hand over the heart will march out of the place of worship, and recover after marching through the door.
- Legion members not in formation will uncover upon entering the place of worship and remain uncovered during the entire service, and will recover after leaving the place of worship.
- When at a funeral, the cap should be held over the heart as one approaches the casket, and is not at any time worn in a place of worship (except by the Guard of Honor, Color Guard or Commander of same while in marching order or standing guard). At the grave side, the cap should be held in the right hand over the heart during the entire service. In cold and inclement weather, the cap should not be worn.
- In Legion meetings, the cap should be worn except during moments of the Pledge of Allegiance, prayer, and when standing in silent reverence in memory of departed comrades, when the cap should be held with the right hand over the heart.
- Female members of the Legion should wear their caps in the manner prescribed for female personnel of the armed services.
Extracted from the 2012 Emblem sales catalogue
Be a Team Sponsor
|Donation||Banner Size||Season Tickets||Tickets to Banquet||Additional Recognition|
|$200||3 x 6||2 for both leagues|
|$250||4 x 8||4 for both leagues||PA Advertisement during games|
|$500||4 x 8||6 for both leagues||1||2 T-shirts + PA advertisement during games|
|$1000||4 x 8||8 for both leagues||2||2 T-shirts + PA advertisement during games|