Success of the American Legion and all its posts, including Post 374, depends entirely on active membership, participation and volunteerism. The organization belongs to the men and women it serves and the communities in which it thrives.
Proud Army veteran and all-around good friend, husband and father
Post 374 mourns the lost of family member Greg Petersen. He lost his battle to COVID-19 on October 29th
The American Legion Post 374 in Millard, Nebraska, along with its SAL, Ladies Auxiliary, Legion Riders, Honor Guard and Color Guard Programs, strive every day to strengthen the "Four Pillars of the American Legion". Post 374 and its family of programs support Legion Baseball, organize charity fundraisers, provide comfort items to veterans living in Nebraska veterans homes, participate in local parades and ceremonies and honor fallen comrades at funerals and memorial events. Success of the American Legion and all its posts depends entirely on active membership, participation and volunteerism.
Sons of the American Legion - men of all ages whose parents/grandparents served in the U.S. military and were eligible for American Legion membership
Ladies Auxiliary - honors the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military, and their families, both at home and abroad.
Legion Riders - “The Legion Family” who share an interest in motorcycling.
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Our Post is presently involved in taking names of veterans to be nominated to receive a Quilt of Valor, presented by the Quilts of Valor Society of America. The Society awards quilts to a service member or veteran who has been touched by war. To learn more visit qovf.org.
Please forward the name of any veteran to Dennis Guinane (Post 374 Chaplain) by way of the Honor Guard box in the Post business office,
or you can mail the nomination to:
American Legion Post 374
Attn: Dennis Guinane
PO Box 390698 Omaha NE 68139
Include your contact information so Dennis can follow up with you.