Next Meeting:  Monday April 1st, 2014
Time: Show & Tell Korean War Vets  at 4:30 p.m.
Dinner at 5 p.m.
Place: Piccadilly Cafeteria 874 Murfreesboro Pike

Monday Lunch Club: 11 a.m. at Piccadilly Cafeteria
874 Murfreesboro Pike.

President Sandy Campbell has announced
the following programs for April:

April 7    Dee Hull speaking on Fontanel
April 14  Dennis Dycus speaking on Identity Theft
April 21  Martin Penny speaking on Defense Dept.
April 28  Christie Lee speaking on Publix Pharmacy



Welcome To:
Nashville Post 5!

Post 5 was chartered on July 24, 1919. During the next six years Post 5 prepared for the 7th annual national convention which was held in Nashville, Tennessee on September 21,1925. The event was held in the War Memorial Building on the day of its opening. The honored guest at the convention was Tennessee’s war hero, Sgt. Alvin York. At the time of the convention, Post 5 was given a 100-year lease for offices in the War Memorial building from the State of Tennessee.

The American Legion was founded on four pillars: Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation, National Security, Americanism, and Children & Youth. Each of these pillars encompasses a variety of programs that benefit our nation’s veterans, its service members, their families, the youth of America and ordinary citizens. These programs make a difference in thousand of lives each year. Some of the many Post 5 activities and programs grouped by the four pillars are:

• Two service officers for filing claims
• Employment assistance
• Monthly newsletter
• Monthly programs
• Monthly national magazine
• Chaplain services
• Information tables
• Sunshine program
• Operation Stand Down
• Monthly hospital visits
• Fisher House
• A Soldier’s Child
• Operation Comfort Warriors
• Healing Waters
• 3 local support groups
• Monday Lunch Club
• Monthly meetings
• Providing transportation
• Field Trips
• Davidson County Coordinating Committee
• State and National Conventions
• Member recognition and awards

• Boys State
• Girls State
• Oratorical Contest
• Boy Scouts
• American Legion Baseball


• Speakers Bureau
• Flag Disposal
• Flag Education
• Get out the vote
• Veterans Day Parade
• Memorial Day Services
• Police Academy Academic Excellence Award
• Show your colors caps and shirts


• Continuous lobbying effort for veterans issues and benefits in Washington
• Introduce and sponsor legislation at both Federal and State levels
• Assistance to military
• Crisis assistance and mobilization
• Support of Constitution

You may have an interest in serving Post 5 in one of these programs or activities.  If you do, please call the Post headquarters at 615-254-0644 and let us know.

If you are not a member, please consider joining one of the most service oriented posts in the State of Tennessee. You will find the Post 5 membership application under our “Membership Application “ page.