See the Upcoming Rides/Events section below for upcoming events
After nearly 40 years, American Legion Post 111 has acquired its own property. The Post sold their previous property sometime back in 1975 or 1976 and has rented space at various businesses since.
Our new location is known as the old Pully Bones property located at 3003 Hwy 701 N, Conway, SC 29526. Click here for property and renovation information. This picture was taken at the September Riders' meeting.
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Upcoming Rides & Events
Upcoming events are presented below in the order in which they will be occurring. Please click on the appropriate tab for details regarding the event you might be interested in. All rides will initiate from the NEW Post property.
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events are listed in date order
2018 Legacy Fund Ride
American Legion Riders Chapter 111
American Legion Riders Chapter 111 (ALRSC-111) is a Program of American Legion Horry Post 111 of Conway SC. and Post 111 is proud to have this Chapter as one of its newest Programs. The chapter is known as ALRSC-111 which stands for American Legion Riders South Carolina Chapter 111.
Legionnaire Casey Koerner is the Director of ALRSC-111.
American Legion Riders chapter's are well known for their charitable work, which has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local children's hospitals, schools, veterans homes, severely wounded service members and scholarships. Since 2006, Riders nationwide have participated in the Legion Legacy Run, to annually raise money for the Legacy Scholarship Fund, established to provide scholarships to children of U.S. military personnel killed since Sept. 11, 2001. ALRSC Chapter 111 looks forward to contributing to these and other beneficial programs.
Our meetings are at 6:00 p.m. on the 1st Wednesday evening of each month at the American Legion Post at 3003 Hwy 701 N in Conway (just North of SC-65).
To be a member of ALRSC Chapter 111, the applicant must either be a current member, or spouse of a member in good standing of the American Legion Horry Post 111, the Legion Auxiliary or the Sons of the American Legion (SAL).
Members of a neighboring American Legion Post may be accepted by Post 111 for the purpose of being a member of Legion Riders Chapter 111; In this event, the member will retain their membership in their current post but will also be able to participate as a Legion Rider for Chapter 111.
Prospective members must own a motorcycle, or motor trike of at least 350 cc's. The bike or trike must be properly registered, licensed, & insured.
If you are interested in joining Chapter 111 of the Legion Riders, please complete our membership application (available here) and mail it to our office at American Legion Post 111, PO Box 1815, Conway SC 29528 Attn: Riders Director. You may contact the Director by e-mail here.
A membership application for Post 111 is available here.
The Legion Riders are dedicated to supporting our military Veterans past, present, & future.
We ride for God, & Country
Please mail completed applications to: American Legion Post 111, PO Box 1815, Conway SC 29528.
ALRSC-111 Post Everlasting
For God and Country - The American Legion Motto. The ALRSC-111 members listed below all served their country in times of war and of peace in one capacity or another. Some might have been on Active Duty while others might have been Spouses, or Sons, or Daughters of a Legionnaire. All were a part of ALRSC-111 and we Honor them. Their names are listed here as a Memorial to what and who they were. Remember them. Their service to this great Country must never be forgotten.
American Legion Riders Chapter 111 (ALRSC-111) and Horry Post 111 bids a fond farewell to Legionnaire Larry "Grumpy" Greene who passed away in his sleep, Thursday morning, February 12, 2015. Larry was a proud member of both ALRSC-111 and Horry Post 111. For ALRSC-111, Larry had recently (December 2014) been nominated and voted in as the Assistant Director. He had just retired from his permanent job and was excited about what was coming ahead in his retirement years.
Larry was a US Marine Corps Veteran, serving three tours of duty in Vietnam, receiving two Purple Hearts, Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Unit Commendation, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, Vietnam Civil Action Ribbon, Vietnam Campaign Ribbon and Missing In Action. He enjoyed flying, golf, Michigan sports (Football), Harley Davidson motorcycles, hot sauces (the hotter the better) and an avid gun collector. Accomplishing his dream of moving to Myrtle Beach to retire, he became a member of Combat Vets, supporting his fellow veterans. He was also a member of Masonic Lodge 32nd degree and Baby Horry Charity. He participated in Rolling Thunder and Wreaths Across America. Larry was 62 years old. The picture on the right above is of the State Director of ALRSC, Grady Richardson, presenting the Charter of ALRSC-111 to the Commander of Post 111 with Larry looking on.
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