American Legion Location & Hours

Location & Hours

American Legion Victory Post 70

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1125 Miller Ave, Shelbyville, IN  46176   317-392-3158

Email:  post70@shelbyvillelegionpost70.com

Legion Post meeting:  3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm

Hours:     Monday – Thursday               9 am – 10 pm

                Friday & Saturday                  9 am – Midnight

                Sunday                                    12 noon – 8 pm

Phone:     (317) 392-3158           (317) 398-2358

 

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