American Legion Victory Post 70 Shelbyville In.

Americal Legion Victory Post 70

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American Legion Victory Post 70 Shelbyville IndianaAmerican Legion Victory Post #70 Shelbyville In.

The American Legion Victory Post 70 Shelbyville Indiana 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.

American Legion Victory Post 70 Shelbyville Indiana.

Be part of the Shelbyville American Legion growing history. As a United States of America veteran, your life of service has just begun. Our American Legion family also includes the Legion Auxiliary, American Legion Riders, and Sons of the American Legion. We welcome you to share our family and vision.  New members are always welcome, apply today.

What We Do

Our Shelbyville Post has a General Meeting once a month officiated by the Post Commander. We talk about the issues concerning our Post, membership, children and youth, veterans’ issues, and community service. We find out what needs to be done and how we can help.

The bar is open every day, and the banquet hall is in use most nights. Renting the building to private parties is a fundraiser, along with holding dinners and dances. Victory post 70 supports Friday night dinners, Monday night football, and more. All these activities help to raise enough funds to enable the Post to fund our programs.

What does the Americal Legion Victory Post 70 do?

The Shelbyville Indiana American Legion Post has several goals. The Post supports veterans and their issues. They also support a number of community organizations, and activities at Halloween, Christmas, and Easter, and much more.

Who can be a American Legion Member?

For complete details visit our page at To join the American Legion you must have served at least one day of active and honorable service during the qualifing periods of conflict.

Can I volunteer for the post?

Your spare time, no matter how little or how infrequent, is an invaluable asset to the Post. Please contact the American Legion Post if you can volunteer.