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Eligibility requires Post membership, including Sons and Auxiliary, of at least 6 months when applying for membership, and then a 90-day probation period within the group. If you think you’d like to get more involved in serving veterans and are interested in joining the Honor Guard, please contact Captain Larry Mead or Sergeant Major Jack Mantz at the Post.

The Honor Guard hosts a delicious breakfast the first Saturday of every month and a dinner once a year at the Post.

The AMVETS Post 89 Honor Guard has been organized since the late 1980’s. The Honor Guard provides military honors at veteran’s funerals, presentation of colors at many different ceremonies, colors presentation at the Special Olympics opening ceremonies every year, and just about any other type of function to honor veterans. The Post 89 Honor Guard has also held the rank of State Color Guard numerous times providing services to local, state, and national level AMVETS functions. 

The Honor Guard consists of members who love to serve; thus, plan on being “involved” if you plan to join us. Membership is voluntary but we seek active AMVETS members who would like to donate more time to veterans. 

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​​​Ohio AMVETS

Post 89

1377 Community Park