LEGION POST 6 NEWS:
“STILL SERVING AMERICA”
THE ONLY AMERICAN LEGION POST IN RANDOLPH COUNTY
BAZAN-BAILEY POST SIX:
610 CONCANNON STREET
MEET THIRD MONDAY OF EACH MONTH 6 PM
LEGION POST 6 COMMANDER HONORS VETS
PHOTO LEFT TO RIGHT: Post 2654 Commander Dan Avery and American Legion Post 6 Commander Kevin Bartholmey position the veteran’s wreath for the recognition of local military veterans who have died since the last year, 2011 Veterans Day.
Saturday afternoon, November 10, 2012, after riding with his American Legion Riders Chapter in the Moberly Veterans Day Parade, Moberly American Legion Bazan-Bailey Post 6 Commander Kevin Bartholmey participated in the Veterans Day Tribute to Veterans program held at the VFW Post 2654 Moberly Ceremony.
MOBERLY POST 6 COMMANDER ESCORTS TOMB OF UNKNOWN SOLDIER
PHOTO: Kevin and Theresa Bartholmey in downtown Laclede.
Thursday morning, September 13, 2012, The American Legion Moberly Bazan-Bailey Post 6 Commander Kevin Bartholmey and wife Theresa were part of the North Missouri American Legion Riders Chapter 228 to escort the replica Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from the Iowa state line to the General John J. Pershing Museum in Laclede. Kevin is a rural mail carrier and Theresa is employed by the Moberly Central Christian College of the Bible. Bartholmey states the Moberly Post 6 meets the 4th Monday of each month at 6:00 pm at the Legion Hall on Concannon Street and the public is welcome to attend.
Moberly Legion Commander attends District Meeting
PHOTO: Left to Right: District Two Commander Ralph Thomas, Missouri Department Commander Kenneth Goth, Moberly Post 6 Commander Kevin Bartholmey, and Missouri Department Vice Commander Arthur Wilson.
The American Legion Vern R. Glick Post 25 and Post 25 Ladies Auxiliary hosted the January 7, 2011 Department of Missouri District Meeting at the Chillicothe, Missouri Jerry Litton Agricultural Center, with District Two Commander Ralph Thomas presiding.. Missouri American Legion Commander Kenneth Goth, Senior Vice Commander Arthur Wilson, and National Executive Committee member Charles Goodin attended the event. Moberly Bazan-Bailey Post 6 Commander Kevin Barthomey spoke of the importance of sponsoring the youth programs:Boys State and Cadet Patrol . Commander Goth addressed the assembly and emphasized the importance of supporting military veterans and the military service members through organized groups like the American Legion.
BAZAN-BAILEY POST 6 COMMANDER KEVIN BARTHOLMEY STANDS BETWEEN LEGION RIDERS ANITA AND TERRY SMITH. COMMANDER BARTHOLMEY COORDINATED THE CHAPTER 228 PARTICIPATION IN THE 11/5/11 MOBERLY VETERANS DAY PARADE.
THE AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS CHAPTER 228 ASSEMBLE IN MOBERLY POLICE STATION PARKING LOT, FOR A BRIEF MEETING, AFTER COMPLETING THE MOBERLY VETERANS PARADE.
POST 6 COMMANDER KEVIN BARTHOLMEY AND WIFE THERESA LEAD LEGION RIDERS IN SUMNER, MO 57TH ANNUAL WILD GOOSE FESTIVAL PARADE.OCTOBER 22, 2011.
MOBERLY SIXERS WIN NORTH MISSOURI AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL TOURNAMENT:
PHOTO: Missouri Department District Two American Legion Commander, Ralph Thomas of Bucklin, Missouri, presents the championship trophy to the Moberly Sixers.
The Moberly Sixers won their ninth consecutive American Legion District Championship Saturday night, July 16, 2011, at the Moberly Rothwell Park Field Complex. Legion Baseball teams from Missouri District One and Two consisting of: Hannibal, Memphis,Moberly and Chillicothe, competed. The final game between Moberly and Chillicothe was completed at midnight, due to rescheduling for the high heat temperatures. The Moberly Sixers were tournament winner and will proceed to play at Lindenwood College in St. Charles, Missouri facing District winners from the St. Louis, Jefferson City, Fulton, and Columbia,Missouri. The double elimination tournament begins July 21st. Should the Sixers be successful, they would move on to the State Championships at Sedalia.
Past 1995 Missouri Department Commander and Moberly Post 6 member Doctor Norris Preston greets American Legion National Commander Jimmie Foster at the Marceline King-Stephenson Memorial Post 264, during his November 2011 visit to North Missouri Posts.
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