Joseph J. Duncan Jr., Post 119 is committed to providing a support network for Veterans and their families.
The American Legion was chartered as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is committed to:
The primary focus of Post 119 is to serve Veterans and their families.
Learn about the Post 119 Family and the ways in which we live our mission.
An additional focus of Post 119 is to serve the community of Estes Park and the surrounding valley.
Previously reserved tables may pay below or drop off a check at the Legion.
Wed. Sept. 30th
A memorable evening!
Specialty drinks from Elkins Distillery.
A chef inspired meal from Chef Ethan (Bird & Jim). Sounds of a country music great in a private-style setting!
Through YOUR contributions and efforts, we were finally able to replace the deteriorated siding on the historic Legion building, which was a community eyesore. In addition to the siding, we increased insulation on the building, replaced several deteriorated wooden frame windows and upgraded the maintenance shed.
Thank you for the generous gift of siding and paint from Lowe’s, a construction industry fundraiser led by Mike Abernathy and Soderburg Roofing, a matching grant from the Krumme Family Fund, all the donations from our members and friends, and the work by Blue Peaks Roofing.
We hope you agree that the new exterior is magnificent! Our historic building is once again a reflection of its members and the greater community that we serve.
Our work does not stop here. Next, we would like to upgrade the interior bathrooms to better serve all our members. Please consider making contributions to this next project.
You can make donations at our website: https://esteslegion.org/donate-now or mail them to the Estes Park Post 119 Charitable Foundation, PO Box 127, Estes Park, CO 80517.
The Post 119 Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) under the IRS tax code.
Magnificent! Work complete.
Members:Please review the draft Constitution and By-Laws. The first draft was presented at the August monthly meeting. Edits were received for 30 days and the second draft was presented at the September monthly meeting. The revisions will be voted on at the October monthly meeting. Please provide any comments to Kendra Ryan (email@example.com).
Background: The Constitution and By-Laws were last updated in 2010. This revision represents the operational changes that have taken place over the last 10 years. The 2010 Constitution is also available here for reference. In addition, the National Constitution, the Department Constitution, and the American Legion Officers Guide were consulted as references.
Members:Please review the proposed non-political policy statement.
Background: The Constitution and By-Laws state Post 119 is a non-political organization and venue. Due to the election season, the Executive Committee felt that it was important to amplify this section of the Constitution and By-Laws in a separate policy statement.
Your support and contributions enable us to improve Circle 119. Your generous donation will make our 2nd Century Fund goals a reality.
We love our guests and our members, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
PO Box 127, 850 North Saint Vrain Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado 80517
03:00 pm – 09:00 pm
May be open additional hours for appointments or special events.