100 Years Kick-off Celebration - Roosevelt- Aurora American Legion Post 84
Kick-off Centennial Celebration
Come celebrate our 100th Anniversary with Commander Mike Eckburg and other distinguished Veterans of the Post.
Complimentary hors’de vours will be served. Cash bar.
The Roosevelt-Aurora American Legion Post No. 84 was founded in 1919, and is one of the oldest posts in the State of Illinois. Their name is in memory of Quentin Roosevelt, the youngest son of President Theodore Roosevelt, who was killed in WWI in aerial combat over France on Bastille Day (July 14, 1918). They have a membership of over 300 members and currently meet on the second Friday of each month at Colonial Café in Aurora.