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  1. 1945-1946
    COMMANDER: Carl W. Smith
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • Organizational meetings held during April in Smith-Wagners Store and Restaurant.
    • First record of Post minutes dated May 15, 1946.

     
  2. 1946-1947
    COMMANDER: Carl W. Smith
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • Meetings conducted in Firemen's Hall and later in Riddlemoser Building.

     
  3. 1947-1948
    COMMANDER: Leonard E. Sherman
    ADJUTANT: Joseph H. Gosnell
    • Ball diamond purchased at a cost $2,650.00 with the aid of donations and a $1,500 loan by Mr. Norris.

     
  4. 1948-1949
    COMMANDER: Benjamin F. Bryan
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • Charge of $10.00 per day for use of ball park voted by Post members.
    • Voted to have bingo but bingo committee later reported that there was no building in town for the Legion to hold it.

     
  5. 1949-1950
    COMMANDER: Joseph H. Gosnell
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • Obtained from war surplus in Washington one German gun and a 137MM Japanese gun.
    • Robert (Zeke) Watkins reported 52 advertisement spaces on ball diamond fence sold at $2.00/foot for 3 years.

     
  6. 1950-1951
    COMMANDER: W. Keller Day
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • Request made to Maryland Department COMMANDER for permanent charter in April 1951.

     
  7. 1951-1952
    COMMANDER: W. Carlton Grimm
    ADJUTANT: Edward Harrison
    • Paid Mr. Norris balance owed on note for ball field in October 1951.

     
  8. 1952-1953
    COMMANDER: Charles K. Norwood
    ADJUTANT: Bert Hammersmith
     
  9. 1953-1954
    COMMANDER: Adrean S. Norris
    ADJUTANT: W. Keller Day
    • Leased old pants factory at Wildwood Park from Rombro Brothers at $50.00/month for Legion Home in November.
    • Gold Star Unit chartered on April 14, 1954.

     
  10. 1954-1955
    COMMANDER: Ellis Day
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    AREA (COUNTY) COMMANDER: Adrean S, Norris
    • Tentative plan for building at Legion field made in April 1955 with building cost $11,900 and drain filed preparation, $1,940.
    • Voted in June to build Legion Home behind baseball grandstand, approximately 60 feet from County road and 20 feet from Town of Mt. Airy line.

     
  11. 1955-1956
    COMMANDER: Irvin Wagner
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • First joint installation with Auxiliary held August 15, 1955.
    • Permanent charter granted - November 28, 1955.

     
  12. 1956-1957
    COMMANDER: Irvin Wagner
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • First New Year's Eve dance held in new building.
    • Auxiliary to assist in monthly mortgage payment.

     
  13. 1957-1958
    COMMANDER: H. M. Molesworth, Jr.
    ADJUTANT: Joseph MacKenzie
    WESTERN MARYLAND DISTRICT COMMANDER: Adrean S. Norris
    • Voted for first time to send three boys to Boys State.

     
  14. 1958-1959
    COMMANDER: H. M. Molesworth, Jr.
    ADJUTANT: W. Keller Day
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: Charles Wolf
    • License for beer and wine sale issued in November.

     
  15. 1959-1960
    COMMANDER: Walter E. Chaney
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • Dedication of Legion Home on February 13, 1960.

     
  16. 1960-1961
    COMMANDER: Charles H Wolf
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
    • APRIL 13, 1960 - JULY 13, 1966 ( The minutes for these years were inadvertently thrown out.)

     
  17. 1961-1962
    COMMANDER: Charles W. Clutter
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
     
  18. 1962-1963
    COMMANDER: Walter K. Hood
    ADJUTANT: Charles W. Clutter
     
  19. 1963-1964
    COMMANDER: Charles H. Wolf
    ADJUTANT: Charles W. Clutter
     
  20. 1964-1965
    COMMANDER: Robert H. Watkins
    ADJUTANT: Phillip Souder
     
  21. 1965-1966
    COMMANDER: James Barnard, Jr.
    ADJUTANT: W. Carlton Grimm
     
  22. 1966-1967
    COMMANDER: William J. Coburn
    ADJUTANT: William H. Johnson
    • Supplemental charter granted October 19, 1966.

     
  23. 1967-1968
    COMMANDER: Robert G. Callahan
    ADJUTANT: William H. Johnson
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: William J. Coburn
    • September 1967, V. F. W., when organized, granted use of Post Home.
    • First Post newsletter completed and mailed in October.
    • Mt. Airy V.F.W. used Post Home for installation of officers in November.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  24. 1968-1969
    COMMANDER: Anthony Lazarewicz
    ADJUTANT: William H. Johnson
    • Contract signed in November to build a 12x24 room at end of building.
    • Motion passed that Post to meet one time a month on second Wednesday.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  25. 1969-1970
    COMMANDER: William H. Johnson
    ADJUTANT: Anthony Lazarewicz
    • Announced at November meeting that Town of Mt. Airy was considering incorporating area around Post Home.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  26. 1970-1971
    COMMANDER: Richard T. Nell
    ADJUTANT: William H. Johnson
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: Anthony Lazarewicz
    • The Post sold Town of Mt. Airy land for sewerage pumping station for $1.00.
    • Voted to blacktop in front of building.
    • Motion passed to build on back porch.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  27. 1971-1972
    COMMANDER: Richard T. Nell
    ADJUTANT: William H. Johnson
    • Mortgage on building was burned on Jun 27, 1972.
    • First Post COMMANDERs and Past Presidents Night held April 7, 1972.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  28. 1972-1973
    COMMANDER: Anthony Lazarewicz
    ADJUTANT: William H. Johnson
    • Legion baseball team formed in 1973 with Andy Mason as manager.
    • Put new roof on building.Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  29. 1973-1974
    COMMANDER: Douglas W. Henley
    ADJUTANT: William H. Johnson/William Haskins
    • Agreement reached with town of Mt. Airy that Post will own land up to fence alongside pumping station and town has rights to water under post land without disturbing land on top.
    • Passed a motion that no alcoholic beverages be allowed during regular meetings.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  30. 1974-1975
    COMMANDER: Thomas W. Wagner
    ADJUTANT: Thomas Eggleston
    • First life memberships awarded Raymond Aldridge, B. C. Harrison, Lindsay L. Browning, Horace F. Hammett, and Tilden F. Barnes, Sr., all W. W. I. Veterans.
    • Post built concession stand and restrooms for ball field in March.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  31. 1975-1976
    COMMANDER: Thomas W. Wagner
    ADJUTANT: Thomas Eggleston
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: William H. Johnson
    • Motion passed in February to build addition and to remodel Post Home.
    • Post awarded 4-star Plaque, Yellow Honor Streamer, and "Wine Jug".

     
  32. 1976-1977
    COMMANDER: Thomas W. Wagner
    ADJUTANT: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • Voted in July to construct shell for new addition and obtain loan to cover cost of new addition and kitchen equipment.
    • Received bid in October on revised plans for building addition.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque and "Wine Jug"

     
  33. 1977-1978
    COMMANDER: Thomas Eggleston
    ADJUTANT: Samuel G. Jewell
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: Douglas W. Henley
    • New 30' flag poll with yardarms was installed at Post Home.
    • New addition to building was completed.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque and Yellow Honor Streamer.

     
  34. 1978-1979
    COMMANDER: Samuel G. Jewell
    ADJUTANT: Ronald R. Robinson
    WESTERN MARYLAND DISTRICT COMMANDER: Douglas W. Henley
    • Sons of the American Legion (SAL) Squadron formed in November 1978 and received charter in February 1979.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque, Yellow Honor Streamer, and "Wine Jug."

     
  35. 1979-1980
    COMMANDER: David P. Scheffel
    ADJUTANT: Ronald R. Robinson
    DEPARTMENT 3rd VICE-COMMANDER: Douglas W. Henley
    • Purchased security system for Post.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  36. 1980-1981
    COMMANDER: R. Wayne Hamilton
    ADJUTANT: Ronald R. Robinson/Robert E. Moore
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: Samuel G. Jewell
    DEPARTMENT 1st VICE-COMMANDER: Douglas W. Henley
    • Post installed dishwasher in kitchen.
    • Insulated the Post.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque and Yellow Honor Streamer.

     
  37. 1981-1982
    COMMANDER: C. Jack Weidman
    ADJUTANT: Andrew W. Mason
    DEPARTMENT OF MARYLAND COMMANDER: Douglas W. Henley
    • A $1000.00 academic scholarship grant established.
    • Life Membership committee established.
    • Life Membership awarded to Douglas W. Henley.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque and Yellow Honor Streamer.

     
  38. 1982-1983
    COMMANDER: Alfred M Schmidt
    ADJUTANT: C. Jack Weidman
    • Dedication of ball field in honor of Lindsay L. Browning.
    • A second academic scholarship grant established for $500.00.
    • New heating plant installed.
    • Life Memberships awarded to Robert Callahan, W. Carlton Grimm, and Charles Norwood.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  39. 1983-1984
    COMMANDER: Alfred M. Schmidt
    ADJUTANT: C. Jack Weidman
    • Purchased property behind right field fence.
    • Remodeled restrooms in lounge.
    • A financial assistance grant awarded to a needy student to attend business school.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  40. 1984-1985
    COMMANDER: Alfred M. Schmidt
    ADJUTANT: C. Jack Weidman
    • Post agreed to sponsor New Market Cub Scout Pack 268.
    • Life Membership awarded to Samuel G. Jewell and Gene Deardorff.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  41. 1985-1986
    COMMANDER: Andrew W. Mason
    ADJUTANT: C. Mason Wilburn
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: Alfred M. Schmidt.
    • Established $500.00 athletic scholarship in baseball.
    • Initiated Phase I and Phase II plans for paving parking lot around Post Home.
    • 40th Anniversary Commemoration held on May 10. 1986.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque and Yellow Honor Streamer.

     
  42. 1986-1987
    COMMANDER: William C. Blatchley
    ADJUTANT: Anthony Buige
    • 14 students from South Carroll and Linganore High Schools were selected by the Post to attend Boys State. One from South Carroll was subsequently elected as a senator to Boys Nation.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  43. 1987-1988
    COMMANDER: James A. Helsel
    ADJUTANT: Charles R. Levy
    • 15 scholarship applications received. Three academic scholarships awarded - one for $1500.00 and two for $1000.00 each.
    • Life Membership awarded to Andrew Mason and Alfred M. Schmidt.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  44. 1988-1989
    COMMANDER: Samuel G. Jewell
    ADJUTANT: Charles R. Levy
    • Post started its firearms safety program.
    • Life Membership awarded to Thomas W. Wagner.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  45. 1989-1990
    COMMANDER; Gary L. Comet
    ADJUTANT: Charles R. Levy
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: Andrew Mason
    • Post and SAL members marched in the Carroll County contingent at the Legion's 70th National Convention Parade, the first ever in Maryland.
    • Building Renovations approved by the Building Renovation Committee started in late March 1990.
    • Life Memberships awarded to S. Roland Schmidt, Walter K Hood, and William C. Blatchley, Jr.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque.

     
  46. 1990-1991
    COMMANDER: Arthur J. Brett
    ADJUTANT: Charles R. Levy
    WESTERN MARYLAND DISTRICT COMMANDER: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • The National and Gold Star "Operation Desert Shield" program started in October to assist our troops in the Persian Gulf and send "Goodie bags", and other gifts, letters, copies of "The Gold Star" newsletter.
    • On June 15, 1991, Mt. Airy held an "Honor Our Troops Day" with a parade and program for the returned troops. The day ended with a luncheon for them and families at our Post.
    • Life Memberships awarded to Harold M. Molesworth and C. Mason Wilburn.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque, Yellow Honor Streamer and "Wine Jug".

     
  47. 1991-1992
    COMMANDER: Arthur J. Brett
    ADJUTANT: Charles R. Levy
    • Weekly Thursday night Bingo started in October 1991 to help pay building debt.
    • A Pearl Harbor/World War II Remembrance was held at the Post in December to an overflow crowd. Post members and December 7, 1941, survivors, Dr. William J. Coburn and Col. Charles R. Etzler (Ret.) were honored.
    • Gold Star was the only Maryland post to submit a resolution to the Department Convention asking the National Convention to urge Congress to make Persian Gulf era veterans eligible for Legion membership. It was combined with like resolutions and approved as "Resolution #1". Congress passed that legislation in November 1991, and it was promptly signed by President Bush.
    • Life Memberships awarded to Dr. William J. Coburn and Robert E. Lowman.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque, Yellow Honor Streamer, and "Wine Jug".

     
  48. 1992-1993
    COMMANDER: S. Roland Schmidt
    ADJUTANT: Charles R. Levy
    • The discounted PUFL program started four years ago has been so successful that over one-third of our members are now paid for life.
    • Prior to Memorial Day, the Post placed American Flags on the graves of 340 veterans in 23 local cemeteries, a new record.
    • Life Memberships awarded to Arthur J. Brett, Samuel R. Dorsey, and Arnold L. Ogren.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque, Yellow Honor Streamer, and "Wine Jug".

     
  49. 1993-1994
    COMMANDER: 7/93-11/93 Elvin Hensel / 11/93-6-94 Philip R. Dorsey
    ADJUTANT: Arthur J. Brett
    • On November 27, after officiating at a Post member's funeral, COMMANDER Helsel died on his way home. Per Post by-laws, he was succeeded by the 1st Vice COMMANDER, Philip R. Dorsey.
    • In February 1994, the Post membership agreed to sponsor the new Boy Scout Troop 1191.
    • The Memorial Day Observances at Pine Grove Chapel, with 350 in attendance, included the unveiling of a new monument to the four Mt. Airy youths killed in Vietnam.
    • Life Memberships awarded to P. Delbert Beall and Manuel Quinones.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque ad Yellow Honor Streamer.

     
  50. 1994-1995
    COMMANDER: Philip R. Dorsey
    ADJUTANT: Arthur J. Brett
    CARROLL COUNTY COMMANDER: William C. Blatchley, Jr.
    • The publishing of "The Gold Star" newsletter was changed from monthly to every other month.
    • The rules for the three academic scholarships were changed to give more preference to Post members and their descendants.
    • Life Memberships awarded to Post charter and 50 year members: Benjamin F. Bohrer; William S. Penn; Robert E. Smith; John O. Steel; and Harvey W. Tabler.
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque, Yellow Honor Streamer, and "Wine Jug".

     
  51. 1995-1996
    COMMANDER: William M. Holley
    ADJUTANT: C. Mason Wilburn
    DEPARTMENT SGT-AT-ARMS: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • Post membership approved an increase in one of the academic scholarship; all three scholarships are now $1,500.00. They are now named as Memorial Scholarships in honor of past members COMMANDER C. Jack Weidman, COMMANDER Elvin Helsel, and Col. Charles R, Etzer (Ret.).
    • "The Gold Star" news letter was awarded second place nationally in its category at the National Convention in Indianapolis.
    • This year's observance of Memorial Day Observance was the 50th time the Post Members gathered at Pine Grove Chapel and Cemetery where nine of our past COMMANDERs and over a hundred other Post members rest in the "Last Bivouac".
    • Life Membership awarded to Philip Dorsey, R. Wayne Hamilton, William Holley and Margaret Quinones .
    • Post awarded 4-Star Plaque and "Wine Jug".

     
  52. 1996-97
    COMMANDER: William Holley
    ADJUTANT: Mason Wilburn
    Department 3rd Vice COMMANDER: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • Cub Scouts Membership at 80. The Scout Troop 1191 has 21 members.
    • Print-A-Kid Program held at Firehouse October 11. Post support program with $200 Donation.
    • Bingo turns over surplus of $80,243 in its fifth year of operation.
    • 32 letters received for scholarships. 4 scholarships approved for $1000 each.
    • Lounge renovations were completed. Replacement of kitchen floor with a quarry tile floor. Security systems with cameras at each door and monitor over bar.
    • $5000 from Daytime Bingo sent to the North Dakota Flood Relief Fund.
    • Life Membership awarded to Carl Dayhoff.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership.

     
  53. 1997-98
    COMMANDER: Robert Denell
    ADJUTANT: Ellen Beck Martz
    Western Maryland District 2nd Vice COMMANDER: Phillip Dorsey
    Department 2nd Vice COMMANDER: Alfred M. Schmidt·
    • American Legion emblem signs put at entrances of Mount Airy on Route 808 (Main Street).
    • Boy Scout Troup 1191 - 50 members.
    • $1000 donated to Charlotte Hall Veteran’s Home Final Honors Fund.
    • 16 boys attended Boys State.
    • Life Membership awarded to Hanford Moxley.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership.

     
  54. 1998-99
    COMMANDER: Robert Denel
    ADJUTANT: Ellen Beck Martz
    Carroll Country 1st Vice COMMANDER: William Holley
    Western Maryland District 1st Vice COMMANDER: Phillip Dorsey
    Department 1st Vice COMMANDER: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • $1500 Scholarship established for undergraduate college and trade school students.
    • Bingo surplus to Post from 1998 was $101,933.
    • $1000 donated to fundraiser for the new World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C..
    • Website established on Internet for Post.
    • Sons of the American Legion National COMMANDER Banquet held at Post.
    • Post sent 22 boys to Boys State.
    • Life membership awarded to Edward Smith and Robert Watkins.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership.
    • Mary L. Schmidt, Unit 191, was elected Department Auxiliary President.

     
  55. 1999-2000
    COMMANDER : Phillip Overholtzer
    ADJUTANT: Ellen Beck Martz
    Carroll County COMMANDER: William Holley
    Western Maryland District COMMANDER: Phillip Dorsey
    Department of Maryland COMMANDER Alfred M. Schmidt
    • Post 191 Legion Baseball Team are State Champions.
    • August meeting motion to have qualified Architect look at drawings for cost estimate of renovation project Web Page for Gold Star Post 191 up and running.
    • $5000 contributed to the renovation of Pine Grove Chapel.
    • Life membership awarded to Jay Peters.
    • Western Maryland District Reception held at Post May 21, 2000.
    • Bid for renovation to Post $550,000 to be done by Bruchey Builders.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership.

     
  56. 2000-2001
    COMMANDER: Phillip Overholtzer
    ADJUTANT: Ellen Beck Martz
    • September 13, 2000 meeting, motion made, seconded and unanimously passed to proceed with the building renovation and increase loan amount to $600,000. November 7, 2000 meeting, town passed plans for renovation on October 30, 2000. The loan is for $600,000. The Post will be responsible for $109,000 to cover remaining costs.
    • Life membership awarded to David Hutchison.
    • 16 boys are attending Boys State.
    • Post awarded 4 Star Plaque for all time high in membership.

     
  57. 2001-2002
    COMMANDER: Phillip Overholtzer
    ADJUTANT: Ellen Beck Martz
    Carroll County COMMANDER: Phillip Overholtzer
    • Ann Wilson to attend the Legion College at Indianapolis in November.
    • Boy scout Charter presented to Post for Troop 1191.
    • October 10th meeting, $13,000 to upgrade existing Bingo Console and flashboards and add a new flashboard for non-smoking room. Motion seconded and passed.
    • December 2, Open House for Post.
    • Life membership awarded to Phillip Overholtzer.
    • 18 boys sponsored for Boys State.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership (35th year).

     
  58. 2002-2003
    COMMANDER: David Hutchison
    ADJUTANT: Ellen Beck Martz (July 2002 - December 2002) Arthur Brett (December 2002 - June 2003)
    Detachment of Maryland of the Sons of the American Legion: Brett Beall
    Alternate National Executive Committeeman: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • December 18 Meeting, Arthur Brett replacing Ellen Martz as ADJUTANT.
    • Bingo turned over surplus of $120,000 to Post.
    • Member Daniel Boone presented a $10,000 check for our Post Scholarship Fund. It was from the Prudence Holding Corporation.
    • Sons of the American Legion National COMMANDER’s Banquet held at Post on March 1, 2003.
    • Department Executive Committee Meeting held at Post on March 9, 2003.
    • National President’s Dinner held at Post April 11, 2003.
    • Life Membership awarded to Edwin Darrah and Thomas Fisher.
    • 11 boys sponsored for Boys State.
    • Golf Tournament netted $3808 for Post Scholarship Fund.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership.

     
  59. 2003-2004
    COMMANDER: David Hutchison
    ADJUTANT: Arthur Brett
    Alternate National Executive Committeeman: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • August 2003, New Security System installed by Mount Airy Alarm System.Cost $2700, plus $37 monthly for monitoring.
    • Bingo turned over surplus to Post for 2003 $135,000.
    • April Meeting 2004, Motion seconded and passed to approve $40,000 for repairs, grading and resurfacing of Post parking lot.
    • Post will sponsor Junior ROTC Program at Linganore High School.
    • Auxiliary Unit 191 50th Anniversary Party held at Post on April 18, 2004.
    • May 29, 2004, World War II Memorial Dedication in Washington, D.C. Ceremony at Post, Assistant Secretary of the Army speaker for this ceremony Two buses of World War II Post members plus other Post members wnt to Washington, D. C. to see the new Memorial on June 2, 2004.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership.

     
  60. 2004-2005
    COMMANDER: Michael Eveland
    ADJUTANT: David Hutchison
    Detachment of Maryland Sons of the American Legion COMMANDER: Robert Trueblood
    National Executive Committeeman: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • Squadron 191 won the National Children and Youth Award for the year 2004.
    • $2000 approved for computer equipment, printer and scanner for Legion office.
    • $35,753 approved for repair of floor and complete rebuilding of stage in hall.
    • Bingo turned over surplus of $131,000 to Post for 2004 year. Since 1997, Bingo has turned over surplus of $919,886 to Post.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership.

     
  61. 2005-2006
    COMMANDER : Michael Eveland
    ADJUTANT: David Hutchison
    National Executive Committeeman: Alfred M. Schmidt
    • Smoke Eaters purchased for Bar at a cost of $8730.
    • Post 191 S.A.L. gave $17,400 to charities in 2005.
    • Bingo turned over surplus of $143,000 for 2005 to Post.
    • $35,000 approved for needed improvements to the Post Lounge, to include painting, Carpeting, new stools and refinishing the floor in the Large Hall.
    • June 2006 Mortgage Balance $25,000 (Loan of $600,000 November 2000) $575,000 paid off in 6 years.
    • This year Post held 60th Memorial Day Observance at Pine Grove Chapel.
    • Post awarded 4 Star plaque for all time high in membership.

     
  62. 2006-2007
    COMMANDER: Edwin Darrah
    ADJUTANT: Rich McGann
    Carroll County COMMANDER: David Hutchison
    • A National award for the Gold Star article entitled "The Day I Touched The Hand of History" was presented to Art Brett.
    • Post dues increase to $25 effective 7 Jan 2007.
    • Point of sale cash register for the Lounge and Bingo were purchased for $14,300.
    • $1,000 donated to Mount Airy net for the five families displaced by townhouse fires.
    • Eleven boys sent to Boys State @ cost of $3,025.
    • Baseball expense for Post 191 team $23,000.
    • Five $1,000 Scholarships awarded.
    • Mortgage on Post 191 paid off.
    • Honorary Life Membership in Post 191 awarded to Michael Eveland, Richard McGann and Hubert Sauter.
    • Post award 4 Star Plaque for all time high Membership.



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    • 2007-2008
      COMMANDER: Edwin Darrah
      ADJUTANT: Rich McGann
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    • 2008-2009
      COMMANDER: Roy True
      ADJUTANT: Robert J. Benson
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      • 2009-2010
        COMMANDER: Roy True
        ADJUTANT: Rob Benson
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        • 2010-2011
          COMMANDER: Robert J. Benson
          ADJUTANT: Pat Cook
          Carroll County Commander: Edwin Darrad
          Department of Maryland Treasure: Philip R. Dorsey
          • Amended By-Laws Article IV Section 4 - Duties of the Finance Officer.
          • Memorial Wall committee formed to replace front flag Memorial Wall.
          • Replaced baseball manager George Richardson with Ken Keith.
          • Honorary Life Membership in Post 191 awarded to Robert J. Benson.

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