SAL Fish Fry Returns Friday 3.29.2019

American Legion Post 29 SAL hosts Fish Fry!

The American Legion Post 29 is hosting a Fish Fry, sponsored by the Sons of the American Legion at Post 29. The event is open to the public and the proceeds go to support veterans charities.

When – Friday March 29th from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Where : American Legion Post 29 , 921 Gresham Ave. NE , Marietta, Ga. 30060

Cost :   $10.00 per plate

For more information on the activities of the American Legion Post 29 visit:

Queen of Hearts Update 3.19.2019

No winner for week #25. Next game is TONIGHT. 

Ticket sales close at 5:45 PM. Drawing at 6PM. 

Tickets can be purchased from any of the bartenders on duty any day of the week. We encourage you to not wait until Tuesday to purchase your tickets due to the higher volume of ticket sales.

Eligible members of Post 29 may participate.

You must have a 2019 card to participate. 

Trip To Murphy, NC

The Post is planning a trip to Murphy , NC to have an afternoon of fun, gambling, and fellowship.  It is open to all post members. The trip will be Thursday March 21st – we will leave the post promptly at 9AM and depart from Murphy around 4:30 pm.   This is not a legion sponsored event, but an event put together by Milton Dickson and Tom Bell.  We plan on having two vans that will hold 15 people each.   The cost of the trip will be $15 per person to cover gas, and insurance.  No smoking on the buses, but we will make stops on the road. Each participant will be given $20 in slot machine credits to play on the machines.  It will be based on first come, first served.

Contact Milton Dixon 678-429-9359 or Tom Bell for reservations.

Honoring Korean War Vets

The Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Atlanta and the Georgia Department of Veterans Service are partnering to say “Thank You” to Korean War Veterans for their honorable military service and personal sacrifice by hosting a special medal and certificate ceremony. This event will involve the presentation of the Republic of Korea’s Ambassador for Peace Medal and Georgia’s Korean War Veteran Certificate of Honor.

The ceremony will be Friday April 12th at 10:00AM. Deadline to submit your request for a Certificate of Honor is April 2nd. Download the flyer.

Every Georgia veteran with honorable service during the Korean War (June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953) is eligible to receive this certificate and peace medal lapel pin (This includes veterans with service in-country and those who were stationed elsewhere in other capacities). It is also available for veterans who participated in the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations through the end of 1955. The Ambassador for Peace Medal began to be presented to veterans as a special memento for those American veterans who returned to Republic of Korea through the “Revisit Program.” The honor was expanded to veterans who have been unable to participate. The State’s Certificate of Honor is personalized with the Korean War veteran’s name, rank, branch of service, and dates of service printed over the Seal of the State of Georgia and includes the official Korean War logo. These certificates are signed by Governor Brian Kemp and GDVS Commissioner Mike Roby.

2019 Boys State & Girls State

Georgia Boys State is a comprehensive one-week course in state and local government conducted by The American Legion Department of Georgia. Georgia Girls State is a similar but separate program, conducted by The American Legion Auxiliary Department of Georgia. Both programs are open to high school students who have completed their Junior Year.

The 2019 session of Boys State will begin May 26, 2019 and conclude June 1, 2019. Boys state will be held at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville, Georgia. The 2019 session of Girls State will be June 9-14, 2019 at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia.

Boys State and Girls State are Leadership Action Programs where qualified high school rising seniors take part in a practical government course. The program is designed to develop a working knowledge of the structure of government and to impress upon the citizen the fact that our government is just what we make it.

Please contact your local American Legion Post or your high school Guidance Counselor for more information. Applications are now being accepted. Additional information can be found at and

Georgia Bar Veterans Legal Clinic 3.30.2019

Service Members/Veterans Legal Clinic | March 30
The Military Legal Assistance Program is joining with Georgia Legal
Services Program of Columbus in order to sponsor a service-members/
veterans legal clinic on March 30 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Canaan Baptist
Church in Columbus. This date was selected to coincide with the NationalVietnam War Veterans Day.The program is looking for attorneys who
may be willing to volunteer for this clinic. In particular, they’re hoping tohave attorneys on site who can provide the following consultations:
1. Discharge Upgrades
2. Veterans Benefits (must be accredited with the VA)
3. Family Law (1 hour consultation and help completing pro-se forms.  No continuing representation)
4. Drafting/completing simple wills and advanced medical directives
5. Landlord-Tenant issues
6. Minor consumer law issues

For any attorney who provides 3 of these consultations through the clinic, he/she will be eligible for a CLE credit.
To volunteer, please contact Christopher Pitts.