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Post 217 Donating

Sidney Post 217 donating "critical incident response bags" to the Sidney Police Department. The items inside include tourniquets, bandages, and ammunition to be carried in first response vehicles. Chief Will Balling stated he appreciates everything the Post does for the community and hopes his officers never has to use the bags. Pictured from left to right: Commander Muhlenkamp, Chief Balling, Officer Lambdin, Past Department Treasurer Craynon.

Library donation

Sidney Post 217 presents a check for $5,000 to the Amos Memorial Public Library Building Fund. Pictured from left to right: Vice Commander Clay, Treasurer Herb Hoying, Library Executive Director Suzanne Cline, Library Trustee Lynne Helman, and Commander Muhlenkamp.

Sidney Scholarships

Sidney Post 217 presented 7 players on their Legion baseball team with $1,000 scholarships. Pictured from left to right are: Dalton Bollinger, Corey Smith, Mitch Gigandet, Bailey Francis, Cole McEldowney, Isaiah Counts, and Jacob Wenning.

Recruiters train at Post 217

The United States Army Recruiting Company-Marion recently held their quarterly training at Sidney Post 217. Recruiters from multiple Ohio cities received classroom training. Company Commander Jonathan Ogden and First Sergeant Donald Graves presented Certificates of Appreciation to Post Commander Jim Muhlenkamp, Past Department Treasurer Chuck Craynon, and Canteen Manager Deb Phelps. Craynon recruiter both the Company Commander and First Sergeant into Post 217. Pictured from left to right are: Ogden, Phelps, Craynon, Muhlenkamp, and Graves.

Opening ceremony at Anna

Heiland American Legion Post 446 Color Guard and Anna High School alumni Charles Williams help with the opening ceremony for the Anna Rockets football team playing Brookville on Sept 5, 2014. Charles is in the Navy, stationed at Norfolk, Virginia. Charles graduated in 2010 and was a member of the Anna Rockets football team. Other members from the Heiland American Legion Post 446 are Linda Schrage, Jim Koppin, Gary Sollmann, Richard Steinke.

60 Year recognition

Recognizing Fort Recovery Post 345 60 year members. Pictured: James Fortman (on right), Ivo Schweiterman (on left), and Post Commander Alvin Wendel (center).

Post 345 Adjutant honored

Ralph Schmitz of Post 345 is presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for his service as Adjutant for the past 27 years and serving on the Honor Guard for 42 years.

Post 345 Chaplain steps down after 40 years

After serving as Chaplain of Post 345, Fort Recovery, for over 40 years, Paul Keller has retired from that position. He presided over 245 military funerals during his term.