Welcome to American Legion Post 111 of Conway
Our next meeting is Monday, June 14, 2021. We will start the evening with a Flag Retirement Ceremony at 5 pm sharp. This will be followed by supper at 6 pm and our meeting is at 7 pm. During this meeting, we will be installing our new officers for the upcoming year.
Flag Day is the celebration and recognition of the stars and stripes and is a time when Americans are encouraged to reflect upon the values of our Republic and the valor of the men and women in uniform who have defended it.
If you have a flag that is torn, worn, tattered, or faded, bring it with you and help us retire it properly. View the complete flyer here.
Mama’s Café is open to the public at the American Legion Post. Hours are Monday – Friday; 5 am – 3 pm and Saturday 5 am – 11 am. Click the (pdf) for the menu.
Our Baseball season started June 7, 2021. View the “baseball” schedule here. Come on out and support your team.
Our mailing address is 3003 Hwy 701 North, Conway, SC 29526. Our phone number is (843) 365-5669.
Click here If you are interested in being a caregiver to a Veteran.
VA Claims Assistance
Post 111’s Service Officer, Nick Cosentino, is at the Post on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 8 am to 10 am to aid Veterans and Members with their VA claims. Plan on being early and you must sign in. Bring as much information as possible to support your claim. You may make an appointment with Nick by calling the office at (843) 359-5669.
Nick was recently recognized by the Horry County Police Department for his service as a volunteer. For the past seven years, Nick has volunteered five days a week at the North Precinct. Nick exemplifies what it means to be a volunteer.
What is Americanism
One of American Legion Post 111’s primary goals is to teach Americanism to the young Americans in the Conway SC area. As such we promote youth programs such as American Legion baseball, Palmetto Boys State, an annual Oratorical Competition, and the Nathan Wolf Law Cadet Academy.
Americanism is the essential combination of Freedom, Justice, Individual Rights, and Responsibilities that define us and what we stand for. Americanism is also Pride in Country, expressed without reservation, and the duty Legionnaires have in imparting patriotic values to new generations.
The preamble to the American Legion Constitution
View a short video about the meaning of the preamble to the Constitution of The American Legion
Remember the Pledge of Allegiance? We still use the words “Under God”