American Legion Cornelius Post 86
District 20 Division 4
Department of North Carolina

 

The American Legion was founded in 1919 in Paris, France, at the close of World War I. The organization now includes veterans of World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Lebanon/Grenada periods, Operation Just Cause in Panama, Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Global War on Terror.

The American Legion, since its founding, has endeavored to assist veterans, their widows and children, and their fellow citizens. The North Carolina American Legion, with over 40,000 paid members, is proud to carry on this tradition. We invite you to join us and help support Americas Veterans.

American Legion Post 86 meets every 1st Thursday at 5:45 PM for the Fish Fry.
The meeting starts at 7:00 PM.

Iwo Jima flag raising
Iwo Jima flag raising

Programs

Dinners at the VA Hospital, Blue Star Banner Program, Junior Baseball Teams, Boys State, Girls State, Military Funerals, Honor Guard...

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Building

The Post 86 building, at 21215 Legion Street, Cornelius, NC 28031 is available for use by the public in return for a donation to our non-profit post.

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Annual Golf Tournament

As its primary fundraiser, American Legion Post 86 holds an annual golf tournament.

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Serve Your Country

American Legion members and volunteers enjoy the camaraderie and the continuation of their service.