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SUTTON, NE AMERICAN LEGION
Location and officers

A MESSAGE FROM THE COMMANDER
A welcome message from the Past Commander of Sutton Legion Post 61, Jerold L. (Jerry) Wanek

SUTTON, NE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
Meet the ladies of our Post

OUR MENU
Some good eating here!

A SUTTON FALLEN SOLDIER, LINDA GRIESS IS LAID TO REST
Courtesy: Hastings NE Fire Department

COMMENTARY BY CAROL
National news and comments from our National Auxiliary President, Sutton's own CAROL VAN KIRK

IT'S A GRAND OLD FLAG
Does the first amendment give us the right to burn our flag?

OUR PHOTO ALBUM
Take a tour of our building

UPCOMING EVENTS
Check the calendar to see what activities are coming up

OUR VETERANS PAGE
A salute to America's veterans.

MAY I SALUTE YOU?
A touching story by Patricia Salwei. A must read!

AN AMERICAN LEGION DIRECTORY
Courtesy of Legion Post 119
Gulfport, Mississippi

THE CITY OF SUTTON NE
See what Sutton NE has to offer by visiting the "City Of Sutton" Web Site

MONUMENTS AND MEMORIAL WEBSITE
A listing of WWI & WWII Memorials and Monuments by Don Conrad

THE KITCHEN TABLE GANG
Check out this "Grass Roots" service to our Vets in VA Hospitals

JACKS'S JOINT
An unofficial library of Coast Guard Stories, Some funny and some serious.

FRED'S PLACE
"Where friends meet old shipmates"
A site where over 25,300 "Coasties" are logged on.

WRITINGS OF A. LAWRENCE VAINCOURT
Author of "JUST A OOMMON SOLDER".

(1) JACK C. RITTICHIER, LT USCG. RETURNS HOME MIA/KIA
A great Website and details by Janet Herron

(2) JACK C. RITTICHIER, LT USCG RETURNS HOME MIA/KIA
A great Website and details by Stacey Jones

THE VIET NAM POWs WHO RETURNED HOME
A labor of Love by Stacey Jones.
A complete list and details of those who were POWs during Viet Nam

HEROES CARVED IN STONE
An essay by a 12 year old, Sabrina Stidham, about the Viet Nam Wall that will bring a tear to your eye.
This is a "MUST READ".
A BIG "Thank You" to Sabrina for her thoughts and for her kind permission to the Sutton American Legion for use of her essay.

REMEMBERING THOSE WHO SERVED AND GAVE THEIR ALL
A Tribute to the Military and Civilians who serve in "Harms Way" protecting our Great Nation
By Janet Herron