Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

serving those who have served


Penny Merryfield/Pine Bluffs Post

Above: Members of the Donald Eisenhauer American Legion Post 60 and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 60 participate as the Honor Guard for the Albin Day Parade. Seated in front: Christine Lindsey, Edna Hickman and Lori Gaffaney. Standing left to right: Billy Lindsey, Louie Laboray, John Wise, Diane Wise, Rhonda Rasgorshek, Julie Butler, Nola Cary, Charles Cunningham, Chuck Radcliffe, Jo Radcliffe and Jim Merryfield.

Beside and behind each Veteran is a family member waving goodbye as their loved one enters the military. It is these ones who serve on the home front as supporters of our Veterans.

In many town and cities across the United States there are American Legions Post and Auxiliary Units. Each is serving those who have served and those currently serving.

Each Unit serves and cares for the Veterans in many ways and forms. We are here to serve our Veterans, the military and their families.

The members of the American Legion Unit 60 in Pine Bluffs is an active unit serving meals to Veterans, raising...

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