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legiontime.comAmerican Legion Victory Post #70 Shelbyville In.

The American Legion Shelbyville Victory Post 70 was chartered on September 15, 1919. In the beginning, there were 26 chartered members. The first post commander was Dr. L.C. Sammons, and the first officer installation has held in October of 1919.

Through many decades since, Post 70 has and continues to care about America, our fellow veterans, our families and our children. We participate in our community, donate to charity and sponsor programs to educate our children.

Be a part of your community, visit or join Victory Post #70 today. Membership is open for those who qualify, and Volunteers are always welcome to help support our Veterans and the local community.