Final posting of colors


Former Post 526 Commander Chuck Knaub handing the flag to 50-year member Jack Reed. Members of Post 526, as well as the Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion were present as the flag was lowered.


Former Post 526 Commander Chuck Knaub handing the flag to 50-year member Jack Reed. Members of Post 526, as well as the Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion were present as the flag was lowered.


Whitney Vickers | Greene County News

The Fairborn American Legion Dignam-Whitmore Post 526 posted the colors May 31 for the final time before shutting the doors to its facility. Post 526 Commander Spencer Chaney said despite not having a building to call home, Post 526 will remain. It will instead meet at varying locations throughout the community.

Former Post 526 Commander Chuck Knaub handing the flag to 50-year member Jack Reed. Members of Post 526, as well as the Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion were present as the flag was lowered.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/06/web1_1.jpgFormer Post 526 Commander Chuck Knaub handing the flag to 50-year member Jack Reed. Members of Post 526, as well as the Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion were present as the flag was lowered.

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Former Post 526 Commander Chuck Knaub handing the flag to 50-year member Jack Reed. Members of Post 526, as well as the Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion were present as the flag was lowered.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/06/web1_3.jpgFormer Post 526 Commander Chuck Knaub handing the flag to 50-year member Jack Reed. Members of Post 526, as well as the Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion were present as the flag was lowered.

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