Post 316 Staten Island, New York

Post 316

Staten Island, New York

Post 316 Staten Island, New York

About This Post

Post Namesake
Edward W. Kells Staten Island, NY Corporal, United State Army Company C, 107th Infantry, 27th Division Killed in Action WWI in the Battle of St. Quentin Cana September 29, 1918 He fought in the trenches of Dickebusch as well as ... READ MORE
Notable Members
Commander: Frank J. Rooney County Commander 1933-34 Commander: John H. Speckin County Commander 1938 – 1940 Commander: Leo D'A. Balbach County Commander: 1946 – 1947 County Commander: Robert Mahoney 1976 – 1977 Commander: Philip Frazzetto County Commander: 1988 - 1989 ... READ MORE
What Makes this Post Unique
This Post is no different from any other Legion Post in the Nation. We are all veterans who served our country during different eras. We still take the time to help our fellow veterans and our community. The Post has ... READ MORE

HISTORY

2010

Kells - Grennie Post No. 316 Remembers All The Post Officers

At the Post 316 monthly meeting held on Monday, January 18, 2014, Post Historian announced that he had finished compiling the list of all of the Past Commanders and Officers of the Post since its origin in 1919. Although the Post began meeting in 1919 as the Edward Kells Post they did not apply for a charter until 1931 in which they received a temporary one. In 1933 they received there permanent charter. Below is..
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Street Renaming

Street Renaming

On September 24, 2016 the intersection of Arc Place and Amboy Road where The Kells - Grennie American Legion Post held their meetings for more that seventy five years will be renamed. The new street sigh will say Kells - Grennie Way. The event will start at 12 noon
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