Service for many members of Post 32 began with a letter from our local draft board that began, "Your friends and neighbors have selected you to report to active military service to defend our country." Our service required that we suspend our concepts of God's Law that were taught to us by those same friends and neighbors to obey our nation's laws enforced by an unswerving drill instructor. Later, some of us had to learn the laws of surviving as formless adversaries wished us merciless death. Some of us returned home to Greybull. Other members have been drawn to Greybull by the stark beauty of our surroundings, the rugged wonders of The Big Horn Mountains and the Yellowstone country, and, for the most part, by our friendly, tolerant neighbors. Now we follow other generations of citizen-soldiers in our understanding that service to our country never ends but, in fact, begins when we receive our discharge from active duty. The focus of our service is our community, because we know that if our country is operating as Jefferson and Madison envisioned, national strength flows from the individual to his community and on to his state and nation. A strong country is comprised of strong, healthy communities of engaged, active citizens.
Post 32 invites you to learn more about us. Members and prospective members will learn about meetings, events, and everything related to our organization here. Post 32 received its Charter in 1919 so we have a century of history that is presented on the History Pages.
WELCOME TO POST 32
MEETINGS AND EVENTS
Post 32 meets in regular session the second Tuesday of every month September through April. Until our historic Legion Hall is renovated, we meet at the uptown Cafe on Greybull Avenue (Main Street) at 0830 hrs.