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Spirit of Freedom Post 76 in Las Vegas

Welcome to the official website for American Legion Post 76 in Las Vegas,  
NV.  This website informs local veterans of all war eras and their families
 of how the Legion can work for them

What POST 76 Does!


* Plan and implement annual Memorial Day Ceremony at The Lakes in Summerlin

* March with Color Guard in July 4th, Veterans Day, and Helldorado Days parades

* Provide Flag Posting details (Color Guard) for conventions on Las Vegas Strip, local organizations, and local government

* Support Nevada Department of Veterans Services (NDVS) with Veterans in Care (VIC) Program with Color Guard and recognition of Veterans at local Senior Care Facilities.

* Participate in Information Fairs several times a year at Nellis AFB and Creech AFB

* Award scholastic scholarships to local JROTC students

* Award American Legion Medals/Certificates to students at 4 High School JROTCs and 16 Middle and High Schools

* Hold informative monthly General meeting with Guest Speaker Program and social amenities

* Support Wreaths Across America Program at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery (SNVMC)

* Provide aid and assistance to veterans and their families throughout Southern Nevada

* Work with other Veteran groups in similar projects

* Active participant in annual Catholic Charities-sponsored Veterans Service Fair in the Fall

* Active participant in annual U.S. Vets-sponsored Veterans Stand Down in the Spring

* Promote Americanism & Patriotism by picking up worn and damaged American flags for proper disposal according to the U.S. Flag Code

* Provide information and aid to Veterans at local Job Fairs

* Attend weekly services on Thursday mornings at the SNVMC for the interment of Veterans who have no family or friends.

* Support deployed active-duty units with "care packages"

* Volunteer at local PBS Channel 10 during on-air fund raising drive and other volunteer projects

* Sponsor local High School students in American Legion Oratorical Contests

* Sponsor local High School students in Department of Nevada Boys State Program

* Participate in quarterly American Legion District 2 meetings