1925:- January 12….Voted that the new Commander, Vice Commander and Adjutant be chosen to represent the Post at the Annual Get-to-gether and Banquet at the State House, January 21st, and that their expenses be paid by the Post.
June 1….. Delegates and alternates for the State Convention held at Boston were elected as follows- Comrades A.S. Hall, L. G. Maranville and C. A. McCrillis. By a vote of the Post the adjutant cast one ballot for the three nominees. For Alternates – Comrades H. Bazinet, Fletcher Clark, Jr., R Millette.
Sept 11…. It was voted to reimburse Comrade McCrillis for the advancement made to obtain several German War trophies. The Post appropriated $29.97 for the expenses of the three delegates to the State Convention held recently in Boston. It was voted that this Post request of the War Department the loan of ten rifles with appurtenances: Gun slings and cartridge belts, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of Congress Approved June 5, 1920.

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