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A Letter from one of our 2014 attendees

Dear Members of the American Legion Post 111,

My name is Steven Luse and a couple of weeks ago I attended Palmetto Boys State.

Thanks to your Legion Post 111, 1 was able to go to Anderson University to represent our area. The first day at camp I really did not know what to think of Boys State. I was put into a group of other guys that I did not really know, and I was told to live and compete as a team with them. As the day went on, we learned each other's names and other basic information. We came up with chants and then we learned about the award All Marine City. Every person in the city was like, "That would be cool to win," but, there was no way we could possibly win this. Throughout the first day we chant battled other cities and danced and yelled like crazy people. At the end of the day we won the Best Spirit award and we were inspired. We set our eyes on the award of All Marine City. On the second day we tried twice as hard: we came up with new chants, chanted louder, won more competitions, and were crazier. Once again we won the Best Spirit award and many other awards. Over the next few days we won more awards, learned a great deal about the government, and more importantly we became brothers. We, the city of Keowee, became very close and at the final awards ceremony it was announced that we had won All Marine City. Keowee was ecstatic. All of our hard work had paid off and we accomplished our goal. We had put our differences aside and come together and become brothers to achieve our goal. Later Keowee gathered together and shared things about our lives. Since we won All Marine City, we were the first city in line at the parade and getting to the lunch with Girls State. This had its perks, of getting food first of course!

In conclusion I want to thank all of you for an experience that has changed my life. At the beginning of that week the guys of Keowee were just a group of the best boys from all over the state. By the end of the week we were brothers with a whole new understanding to the word bonding.

Again, thanks for sending me to Boys State.


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Post 111 is a family of units consisting of the Post itself, the Legion Riders, Legion Auxiliary, and the Sons of the American Legion (SAL). Our meetings are listed below.

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The Post meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6 PM. Click here for details and to find information about our guest speaker.

Legion Riders EmblemThe Legion Riders meet on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 6:00 PM.


AuxiliaryThe Legion Auxiliary Unit 111 meets the 1st Monday of each month at 6:00 PM at the Post.


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The SAL meets the 1st Thursday of each month in the Post's Admin building.


If you have a health issue or concern, or know of someone else who has one, let us know so that we may share it here so that our members and friends my remember you.

Concerns that we know of:

Legionnaire William (Bill) Robertson has cancer and is not expected to live much longer. If anyone wishes to go see him, let Dave Goodman know and he will inform his daughter. Bill has been a member of Post 111 for the last 5 years.

Renewals for FY-2018 began in July 2017. We have reduced our dues to $55.00 for this year. Call the office at (843) 359-5669 if you have any questions regarding your renewal notices. We strongly encourage you to pay at the Post rather than mailing your dues to National and we thank you in advance for your consideration.

To renew through mail, mail your renewal notice along with your check for $55.00 to our mailing address at:

American Legion Post 111, 3003 Hyw 701 N., Conway, SC 29526

LegionCare - A free benefit of up to $5,000.00 at no cost to you! This is $5,000 in protection if a covered accident occurs while traveling on Legion business or $1,000 for all other covered accidents, all at NO COST TO YOU.

Click here to view the LegionCare information document and click here to view the application for enrollment along with information on the cost to enroll for up to $50,000.00 of Accidental Death insurance. For Post 111 members, your Legion Department is South Carolina for the enrollment form.

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