Update on new post home proceedings.
Our Building Committee is scheduled to attend a meeting with NCC on 27 June for an initial consideration on the subdivision of the Wilson Field property. We already had a sit down with Land Use to explain what we plan to do, with no obvious problems in their opinion. We expect this meeting with RPATAC Department to yield a positive recommendation, which then goes before the Board of Adjustment who usually follows the recommendations of the RPATAC Board. After the second approval, we could have the plan registered and recorded. I am advising Dr. Varsalona when the Plan is recorded in the next few months, and that we will then be ready to sign his offer to purchase our real estate and begin building the new Post. I look forward to using the shovels we purchased four years ago to begin excavation for our new building.
Volunteers are needed at the Wilmington VA Medical Center. If you are interested in helping, contact
302-994-2511 Ext. 4545
Thanks to the following members of Stahl Post 30 for
volunteering At the Wilminton VA Medical Center
Donald V Peloso 1000 Hrs.
Richard (Butch) McGinness 750 Hrs.
Gregory R Neuer 750 Hrs
Robert H Bowers Sr. 750 Hrs
Denise Erbel 300Hrs
William N Rhoads 1695 Hrs
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The Airmans Attic items benefit all Del National Guard members. Anyone can donate clothes or house hold items to the Airmans Attic. Drop off location is at the American Legion Stahl Post 30.
They accept small working appliances like microwaves, coffee makers and blenders. They also accept plates, silverware, glasses, mugs, dish towels, towels, bedding and other household goods.
New Castle District Membership revitalization.
Joe Waegele, Master of Ceremony , Stahl Post 30 Ground breaking.
Ground breaking ceremony at Wilson field on March 12, 2014
From left, Christian Losito (EDIS); Frank Clymer, post commander; Daniel Dellinger, national commander;
John Endres, state commmander; and James Brady past state commander. More photos in photo gallery.
Notes from the Commander
HIRE A VET!!!!!!!!
Attention all members, the new key cards are available, come to the Post, pay your dues (if you have not done so) and get your new card.
Since our charter in 1950, our American Legion Post has been welcoming VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, we continue to welcome all military personnel serving our country. Joining our Post enables you to continue serving your God, Country and Community. Our mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams, peace and blessings for our country, friends and families embodied in our preamble below.