GUYER-CARIGNAN POST #22
189 MECHANIC STREET
LEBANON, NH 03766      TELEPHONE: 603-448-3429
LISA BUCK - COMMANDER


 
Contact Information
Dues
Larry Greenwood
Funeral / Wakes
Larry Greenwood
Hospitalization
Bob Pushee
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Your generous, tax-deductible contribution to American Legion Charities provides direct support and assistance to veterans, military personnel, families and communities.
We salute all of our local Heroes & their family members who are protecting our Freedoms today.

If you are flying the American Flag outside your home and when your flag wears out, we would appreciate your support by allowing us to provide you with a new one. Our prices are extremely low, and your purchase helps to support our Post and the work that we do
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HOURS OF OPERATION

MONDAY THRU THURSDAY - 12 NOON 9PM
FRIDAY - 12 NOON 10PM
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY - 12 NOON 8PM
All scheduled cribbage tournaments have been cancelled till further notice.
Meat raffles are starting back up!!!!
Below are the dates & group sponsoring them.

                                                                  3/12      Auxiliary
                                   3/26     Past Commanders
                                    4/9      Honor Guard
                                   4/30     American Legion Riders
                                   5/28     Baseball
Calendar of Events



GUYER-CARIGNAN
AMERICAN LEGION
AND
IRVING OIL AGREEMENT
FOR MEMBERS

Wayne Aldrich

For

Department Commander

2021 – 2022

 

 

Department Level –

2018 – Present -  Department Vice Commander

Committee Chair – Flag Education/Etiquette

 

District 6 level –

Commander 2018 -2019, Sr. Vice Commander 2016-2018

 

Other various leadership positions:


Post level -  Guyer-Carignan Lebanon Post 22

Commander 2017-2018,

1st Vice Commander,

2nd Vice Commander,

Sgt-at-Arms

Post Committee Chairs -

Public Relations Officer, Graves and Registration,

Centennial Chairman, Additionally - Post 22 Honor Guard

 

Attended the 2nd Department of New Hampshire American Legion Basic Training Course and completed the online Basic Training Course of The American Legion Education Institute in 2018.

 

Tom Wiley for Department Historian 2021-2022

 

Member of The American Legion Media Alliance (TALMA)

Legionnaire for 15 years.

Many Post, District and Department offices held.

Many Post, District and Department Committees chaired or participated on.

Current Lebanon Post 22 Publicity chair, Department Membership/Trophies and Awards Vice-Chairs.

NH Army National Guard Military Funeral Honors provider.

 

Graduate of National American Legion College and instructor in NH American Legion College course. Completed The American Legion Extension Institute course (twice) and LEAD course.

Associates Degree with additional college credits.

US Army Sergeants Major Academy graduate.

 

Retired Federal Civil Service (26 years).

Retired US Army (41 years for retirement).

Retired Vermont State Guard (VSG) (militia).

 

My intent is to carefully organize, catalogue, digitize, store and display the Department historical records protecting them from further loss and/or damage. Work with the Post and District Historians to do as much as possible to preserve their respective American Legion histories. Ensure The American Legion National headquarters and Library are provided any and all information for their collections concerning our Department.

 

Resides in Canaan with spouse and rescue Lab “Dale”.

Your vote of confidence will be greatly appreciated
The Legion Act (S.504)
was introduced on 02/14/2019 by Senator Kysten Sinema [D-AZ].
The Senate passed it on 06/11/2019 and introduced to the House on 06/11/2019 whereas the House passed it on 07/23/2019. It was signed by the President and became Public Law No: 116-35, Legion Act on 07/30/2019.
With the signing of the “Legion Act”, we have opened up opportunities for membership. Anyone who has served one day on active duty and has an “Honorable Discharge” are eligible to join The American Legion, Auxiliary and SAL, thanks to the hard work of National, the Senate and House. You still need to show proof of service. So if you know someone who served and was not eligible before, he/she may now be eligible. Membership is what drives us. So look out.
Eligibility criteria, April 6, 1917 - November 11, 1918
&
December 7, 1941 to a time to be determined in the future.