105 E Mill St, Cascade, ID 83611, USA
105 East Mill Street Cascade Idaho 83611 US
The American Legion was formed shortly after World War I by Veterans who realized the need to help fellow Veterans and their families. Veterans who served in uniform during those periods where America was engaged in conflicts are eligible to join regardless of whether they served in a combat theater or not. We have no rank structure, other than elected officers; and we share one title “ Legionaires “.
Post 60 was chartered by the National Headquarters of The American Legion on 28 October, 1919; there were fifteen original members. Our Post is named in honor of Private Frank K. Spickelmire, US Army who was killed in action on 10 November, 1918 during the Battle of the Argonne Forrest. Frank grew up in Arling. Luke Moore, of Cascade, an Army Veteran of World War I was our first Post Commander from 1920-1922. Post 60’s Constitution and By-Laws were officially drawn up on 6 September, 1978; and our Articles of Incorporation were completed on 15 December, 1980. Our current Post Building was dedicated on 3 October, 1992, almost seventy years after we were originally chartered.
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