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May 11, 2016- Post Elections Officer Legionnaires- No balloting will be conducted, all positions uncontested
 Sunday, May 22nd: SAL Horse Shoe Tournament
Friday, May 27th: Installation of Officers
Monday, May 30th: Memorial Day
June 8th to 11th: Convention in Wildwood
Tuesday, June 14th: Flag Day
The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, mutual-help war-time veteran’s organization.  The American Legion is a community-service organization which now numbers nearly 3 million members – men and woman – nearly 15,000 American Legion Posts worldwide.  These Posts are organized into 55 Departments – one each for the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, France, Mexico and the Philippines. 
American Legion Brick Post 348 is located on the banks of the beautiful Metedeconk River in Brick New Jersey.  Post 348 has over 1300 members making the membership one of the largest in New Jersey.  Active and involved, the dedicated Veterans, Auxiliary, S.A.L., and Legion Riders always seem to have a plan for fun and fund raising in the works. 
Post 348 Commander
Skip Amundson

American Legion Brick Memorial Post 348

822 Mantoloking Road

Brick, New Jersey 08723

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American Legion Dues - effective  Jan 2016 increased to $40.00
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Ocean County American Legion’s Team Tequila members led by former Ocean County Commander Charles Andy Jackson took to the water again this year to participate in the 2016 Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights. The 23rd Annual Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights drew more than 6,000 participants and reportedly raised $1.7 million for Special Olympics New Jersey on Feb. 20, 2016.


By the time the more than 6,000 participants in the 23rd annual Polar Bear Plunge in Seaside Heights took a dip in the Atlantic Ocean on Saturday afternoon, the air temperature was up over 60 degrees and the water temperature was hovering around 40 degrees. 348 members Bob Horn, Ed McBride,and Kerri Long are veteran plungers and are sponsored by our Post. 

The unseasonably warm February temperatures helped the event, which is organized by the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics New Jersey, raise $1.7 million for Special Olympics New Jersey, officials said. Last year, the event reportedly raised $1.6 million.

Special Olympics New Jersey provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in 24 Olympic-type sports for more than 25,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

4/30/2016 - Oregon NEC & leading candidate for National Commander Charlie Schmidt visits Post 348!  The AL executive entourage were guest facilitators at NJ Legion College and spent a sunny Sunday afternoon visiting shore Post locations including Post 351 in Seaside, 219 in Toms River and...saving the best for last? They topped off the tour with a few beverages and conversation at 348's inviting Tiki Bar.  Commander Skip guided our guests around the canteen and hall, telling the story of the devastating storm damage sustained during Sandy and the thoughtful restoration of our Post Home.  He was heard to say that the restoration was an "all hands on deck effort"... (Squid talk for a Legion Family that really pulls together!)  There was a party booked in the Hall and plenty of activity around the 348.  Hey, its just my opinion, but we were looking good!
Pictured left to right (front), ANEC Chuck Robbins, Dept NEC Dan McCole,Oregon NEC Charlie Schmidt , 348 Commander Skip Amundson, 348 2nd Vice Bruce Blum, Dept Commander Michael Balbli, (back) District 2 Commander and assist to Candidate Schmidt Dirk Levy, and (needs no introduction) 348 Adjutant Ed McBride. 
Oregon NEC & leading candidate for National Commander Charlie Schmidt visits Post 348!