American Legion

Tri-Lakes Post 9-11





All contributions go to various local charities. There is no labor overhead since all work is accomplished by volunteers.

11 Primrose Street
P.O. Box 241
Palmer Lake, CO 80133
719-357-8257

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Post 9-11 Information
The post meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM
at the Depot in Palmer Lake
11 Primrose Street Suite 2
Palmer Lake, CO 80133

Our American Legion Post 9-11 headquartered in Palmer Lake has chartered a local Sons of the American Legion (SAL) Squadron and is soliciting additional interest in the Tri-Lakes area .

Membership would be open regardless of age to all male descendants, adopted sons and stepsons of current or past members of the American Legion and such male descendants of veterans who died in service during wartime or who died subsequent to an honorable discharge.

Interest can be expressed via Email to the Post’s Senior Vice Commander John Hartling at LCDRJOHN@YAHOO.COM or by phone to 719-487-9629.

American Legion Tri-Lakes Post 9-11, part of District 7 and the Department of Colorado.

Our post was formally established in April 2007 with the post number to honor those lost on September 11th. Our post has grown from the initial handful of charter members to a sustained membership of well over 150 veterans and also has an auxiliary unit and a Sons of the American Legion unit. The post serves northern El Paso County and Southern Douglas County, specifically including the areas surrounding Monument, Palmer Lake and Woodmoor.

We meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM in the Depot in Palmer Lake, CO, which provides the post our home. The Executive Committee meets at on the last Tuesday of each month at 6:30 PM, also at the Depot.

The post and Axillary are registered charitable 501 (C) organizations that actively support several veterans organizations and civic needs of our community. Saturday evening family Bingo provides revenue to support these needs.

For additional information email commander@legionpost9-11.org or call 719-357-8257.