Hello, American Legion Post 598,
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|Posted by Teresa on January 10, 2020 at 11:40 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted by Teresa on March 9, 2017 at 11:05 PM||comments (0)|
Sweepstakes Machines Are Up and Running!
|Posted by Teresa on September 16, 2016 at 4:25 PM||comments (0)|
It’s that time of the year!
Renew your dues for 2018 Membership Card.
Let’s make it our Post goal to get 100% renewals and also recruit new members by 10%.
Help spread the word.
For your convenience, you can also renew membership on line @:
Riders: $40.00 per Couple, Single: $30.00
Jr. Auxiliary: $3.00
|Posted by Teresa on August 11, 2016 at 3:20 PM||comments (0)|
American Legion Post 598 Legionnaires, Auxiliary members, Sons of The American Legion, and Legion Riders, family and friends, the post is experiencing financial difficulties and is in dire need of your support. At the present time the revenue generated at the bar is not sufficient to meet all of the expenses generated by the post. We had a special meeting on August 9, 2016 to discuss this issue, along with other items, and on how to make the post great again. A lot of great ideas were brought to the table and a few that will not sit well with some members. But the intent is to ensure the post gets past these difficult times and become, once again, prosperous. Until then, bills and other expenses have to be paid.
As of August 9, 2016 the available balance on the bar account is $467.88. Pending bills: Electricity $888.75 (past due), El Paso Disposal $124.39, Horizon Regional MUD $195.89, DirecTV $126.47. These are the most costly of utility bills. The monthly Mixed Beverage tax will be due in a week, and that averages about $600.
I am asking, if you can, to make a monetary donation to cover some of these expenses. This is only a temporarily fix until such time the bar becomes profitable again. Please include your name, or anonymous, along with the amount so that it can be publicly published in a format visible for all to monitor.
I know that money issues can be quite controversial but I hope that everyone will understand.
|Posted by Teresa on August 8, 2016 at 9:30 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted by Teresa on June 29, 2016 at 9:55 AM||comments (0)|
Planning a Special Occasion?
American Legion Hall, Post 598
Available for Weddings, Birthdays,
Quinceaneras, Meetings, etc.
Capacity 160 Persons
Kitchen Facility Available
For Details, Prices & Available Dates call:
Lupe Morales 760-583-4108
We Offer Membership Discounts
|Posted by Teresa on February 7, 2015 at 11:05 AM||comments (0)|
Queen of Hearts
The object of this game is to find the Queen of Hearts
A regulation deck of 52 playing cards + 2 Jokers shall be used (54 total)
The cards will be randomly placed face down on a board. If your name is drawn, you will choose an available card. If you find the Queen of Hearts, YOU WIN!!! It’s that easy.
This is a weekly progressive raffle. You participate by buying a ticket(s) at the bar. The tickets are $1.00 each and you can buy as many tickets as you like. A ticket will be drawn every Friday evening, at 7:00, 7:30 and 8:00. If your ticket is drawn, you pick an available card on the board. If you do not find the Queen of Hearts, your card goes back on the board in the place it was picked, FACE UP, so that it will not be picked again.
The ticket holder who finds the Queen of Hearts is the Grand Winner and is paid 75% of the pot! 25% goes back to the Post.
YOU NEED TO BE PRESENT TO WIN. If you are not present, you will not have the chance to draw a card if your name is pulled. Remember that there is a new drawing every week. This means that the non-winning tickets are discarded each Friday and you must purchase new tickets for the next drawing. If there is no winner, the pot grows bigger and the chance of finding the Queen of Hearts increases.
FIRST DRAWINGS ARE TONIGHT!! POT IS OVER $125.00
TICKETS WILL BE SOLD UNTIL 6:45 FOR TONIGHT’S DRAWINGS
|Posted by Scott & Rebekah Hilgenberg on September 18, 2013 at 4:15 PM||comments (1)|
The corrected street address for the American Legion is now 141 Elsworth Drive, Horizon City, Texas 79928. This was done in order to bring our actual physical location (since we haven't actually been on Horizon Blvd in years) in-line with mapping services, the post office and to make it easier for new members and guests to find us.
|Posted by Teresa on November 29, 2012 at 5:00 PM||comments (0)|
About 160 Soldiers of Task Force Guardian, Indiana National Guard, gathered at the American Legion Post 598 in Horizon City, Texas, Thanksgiving Day for feasting, football and fun.
|Posted by Teresa on May 19, 2012 at 9:25 PM||comments (0)|
"Vets Helping Vets - Building Partnerships for Success!"
The Congress recently passed a bill that provides new training opportunities for unemployed veterans - the VOW to Hire Heroes Act of 2011. The President signed the bill quickly and the details of the program have now been issued.
The program will begin on July 1 and benefits will be for 12 months to retrain unemployed veterans from 35 - 60 years of age. The program will be limited to 45,000 participants from July 1, 2012 through March 31, 2014.
There are eligibility requirements and veterans must enroll on-line. To see the details of the program, please use the link: http://www.gibill.va.gov/
This is an important opportunity for unemployed veterans to be able to receive a stipend while they are involved in a retraining program and be able to survive when unemployment benefits dry up and to better position them for future employment by obtaining new skills.
Please pass this information on to those folks in your own circle of influence and help support unemployed veterans.
H. W. "Bill" Sparks
President and Executive Director
Veterans Business Association
Veterans Business Resource Center
El Paso Texas USA ... Home of the Amigo Man!
|Posted by Teresa on December 11, 2011 at 3:50 PM||comments (0)|
USING AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL IN SCAM
Department Baseball Chairmen,
Greetings - With the ever increasing use of the internet and the tough economic times, especially at Christmas, the Scammers are out in full force. It has been brought to our attention that there is an individual(s) out of Punta Gorda, FL soliciting funds to sponsor an American Legion elite/all-star baseball team to travel to France and play. They promise gift cards in exchange for donations. We do not endorse nor have we authorized such an arrangement. It is unfortunate that scammers have invaded the tradition-rich program that veterans such as yourself have built. I would ask that you notify your posts, team managers, and any others of this scam. I would suggest that you stay vigilant during this time year against possible scams and pass the word. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
I hope you and your families have a blessed holiday season.
National Assistant Program Coordinator
American Legion Baseball
P. O. Box 1055
Indianapolis, IN 46206
317-630-1213 - office
317-428-8165 - cell
317-630-1369 - fax
|Posted by Teresa on April 14, 2011 at 11:49 PM||comments (0)|
Advisory from National Guard Bureau (NGB)
An organization called Veterans Affairs Services (VAS) is providing benefit and general information on VA and gathering personal information on veterans.This organization is not affiliated with VA in any way. Websites with the name "VA services" immediately after the "http://www" ARE NOT part ofthe Department of Veterans Affairs; the real VA website ends in ".gov". If approached or called, do not offer them any information concerning yourself or data on other veterans. The Department of Veterans Affairs does not randomly call veterans, nor does it ask veterans for information which it does not already have. If you have not dealt with the VA previously and in person, then you receive a call from someone saying they are with the VA or something similar sounding, hang up the phone. Do not respond to emails which suggest that they are from the VA. The VA never conducts official business nor asks for personal information by email. VAS may be gaining access to military personnel through their close resemblance to the VA name and seal. NGB Legal Counsel has requested that the NGB Provost Marshal Office coordinate with DoD to inform military installations, particularly mobilization sites, of this group and their lack of affiliation or endorsement by VA to provide any services. The non VA web-site is http://www.vaservices.org/ / REMEMBER: This is not a VA sponsored website. Please have your veterans contact the VA for any VA services they may need... The valid VeteransAdministration website http://www.va.gov/
Bobbie Krynicki, ctrFamily Program 574-229-2326
|Posted by Thom Skelley on July 29, 2010 at 5:45 PM||comments (0)|
From: Jason Cain [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 11:10 AM
To: Gaytan, Peter S.
Subject: FYI...The United States Fallen Heroes Foundation
This group, The United States Fallen Hero Foundation, is a complete fraud. They've been using the families of our fallen brothers and sisters to raise money for a phony Memorial that was to be built in Texas. The PR firm they hired approached me to set up a meeting with me and Jan to get our advice on building a National Memorial, but things seemed fishy from the start. The PR firm later became suspicious of the founders activities and came back to me again for advice on how to proceed. We notified the Texas Attorney General and the FBI, but did not want to go public until we were sure. They have contacted thousands of families who have gotten very excited about this project and we didn't want to risk hurting them until we were positive this guy was a dirt bag. Well, the Attorney General's subpoena tipped of a Dallas TV reporter and he asked to have an exclusive. His story aired last night. I'm not sure if you guys want to do anything to actively warn people, but I just wanted to let you know about it. His website is still up and he's still raising money. He's claimed to have raised over $2 million.
http://www.wfaa.com/news/investigates/Unanswered-questions-about-plans-for-military-memorial-99437514.html Here is the Story. Click on the link.