1919 Ewart C. Howe 1920 Carl H. Cook 1921 Dr. L. A. Hollingshead 1922 Dave N. Barnett 1923 Bryan N. Maxwell 1924 B. A. Matthews 1925 Ralph D. Linville 1926 James M. Anderson 1927 Merritt B. Mendenhall 1928 Harry M. Norman 1929 C. C. Lipsett 1930 Clarence B. Day 1931 Ronald R. Kier 1932 Waldo … Continue reading Harvey T. Rimel Post 141 Past Commanders, First 100 Years
The Annual Legion Family Membership Appreciation Dinner 2019 was held Saturday, March 9. 65 RSVPs with over 125 in attendance! See more at glenwoodlegion.org.
Our Legionnaires understand what it is to transition from military service to civilian life. Click here to read more...
Today at the Iowa Department Mid-Winter Conference, Department has provided excellent training on myLegion.org. MyLegion.org provides membership information, reports and electronic membership tools such as data change forms for department and post leadership. myLegion.org is a FREE website designed to connect members of The American Legion to their Post and Department leadership, myLegion includes a site … Continue reading myLegion.org: FREE Tool for Legionnaires
From left to right: Lt Col Guy S. Brewer, Col Mathew A. Tinley, Lt John Ball, Maj Lloyd D. Ross, Maj Glen C. Haynes, Capt Homer Davis, Lt Smith, Chaplain W. E. Robb
As we look back over the first 100 years of Harvey T. Rimel Post 141 in Glenwood Iowa, I would like to share some historical documentation from the Post, The Glenwood Opinion (now known as the Opinion Tribune), and various periodicals I was able to track down. We know by documents at the Post that … Continue reading Post 141 Temporary Charter and First Election
Mathew Adrian Tinley, physician and surgeon, retired Lieutenant General and Commander of the 34th Infantry Division and the first Commander of the Iowa Department of the American Legion, died at Council Bluffs, Iowa, March 11, 1956. He was born on March 5, 1876, over a small grocery store at 1017 Main Street in Council Bluffs. … Continue reading First Iowa Department Commander Mathew A. Tinley
Members of The American Legion family took turns in three-hour shifts to cover a parade float celebrating The American Legion centennial in seeds, beans and flowers in preparation the the 2019 Tournament of Roses Parade. When: The broadcast begins at 10 a.m. CENTRAL on Jan. 1. The American Legion float is third, behind the US … Continue reading Centennial Year Kick Off at the Rose Bowl
Operation Comfort Warrior supports the unmet needs of wounded, ill, or injured. Click to read more...
As Legionnaires, we know how important veteran programs are to us, to the veterans in our community, and to their families. If our organization does not support these local community grassroots efforts, these programs will not be available in our community. Click to read more...