Sons of The American Legion
            Squadron 22
            P.O. Box 424
         Whitman Ma.  02382
             781 - 447 - 5253
The Squadron is always looking for New Ideas and New Members --- (Non-Veterans & Veterans) 
Stop in for a Visit, Get Aquainted with the Members, or simply Help Us by Getting Involved. 
(Located at 33 Legion Parkway, Whitman, Ma.)

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              2017-18 MEETINGS:
The Last Wednesday of each Month at 7:00 PM
>>>  unless otherwise noted  <<< 

Dues $15.00 per Year (fiscal year - July 2017 to June 2018)
Note: -  2018 Annual Dues Bills to be mailed.  If you do not have a 2017 membership card, you have not paid yet.  Please, do so before January 31st, 2018.  After that you DO NOT have any privileges.
For more information, questions, or concerns, E-Mail the S.A.L at:
Officers  2017 - 2018
Commander: John Cameron
Sr. Vice Commander: William Sheehan
Jr. Vice Commander: Rick Nutt
Adjutant: Matt Quimby
Finance Officer: Don McDougall
Sergeant at Arms: Glen Hardigan
Historian: Larry Rice
Chaplain: Brooks Coughlin
Advisor: Rich Cameron

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Future Meeting Dates:

All meetings are the Last Wednesday of the Month at 7:00PM,   
unless otherwise noted.  The following monthly meetings 
are scheduled  -  July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June.  
*****  Unless otherwise Stated  *****
The Correct Way to Display an American Flag
An American flag hung from a pole horizontally or at an angle from a house or building should always have the blue field with stars (otherwise known as the union) at the peak of the staff. 
The union should always be on the flag's right (observer's left) when an American flag is displayed vertically or horizontally or on a wall. The union should additionally be in the uppermost position. This same placement should be observed when displaying the flag in a window. 
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Any male descendant of a member of the American Legion or of a veteran who has died (includes parent or grandparent) is eligibile to join the Son's of the American Legion.(this includes stepson & adopted son).   
For Help Obtaining Military Records or to Prove Eligibility, please, Visit the Son's of the American Legion Membership, Determining your Eligibility at The National Son's Website then click membership   and/or   go to 
"The National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records"  
Request copies of Military Personnel Records at  (click on link below)
Please, note - go to bottom of screen and click request military records, then input data on form with as much information as possible.  Print completed form, sign,  then Mail or Fax as indicated.  (address &/or fax telephone number listed)