Victory Post 70 History

The American Legion Shelbyville Victory Post 70 was chartered on September 15, 1919. In 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 …

Folding the Flag

Folding the Flag 1. Bring the striped half up over the blue field. 2. Then fold it in half again. 3. Bring the lower striped corner to the upper edge forming a triangle. 4. Then fold the upper point in to form another triangle. Continue until the entire length of …

Sons of The American Legion

The Sons of The American Legion Victory Post 70 (S.A.L.) is a program of The American Legion. Membership in the S.A.L. is open to all male descendants, adopted sons and stepsons of qualified members of the Legion. Since the eligibility age begins from date of birth, activities and programs of each squadron …

American Legion Auxiliary

In Shelbyville, Victory Post 70’s Auxiliary is a shining example of unselfish giving. With 523 members from all walks of life, the Auxiliary administers hundreds of volunteer programs, gives thousands of hours to the community and to veterans, and raises dollars to support its own programs as well as other worthwhile charities. …