POST OFFICERS 2016 - 2017
Commander 1st Vice Chaplin Sgt. at Arms Judge Advocate Historian
Matthew Jabaut Chuck Stanley Chuck Stanley Rostislaw Kondratiuk Nicholas Martin Andrew Dean
COMMANDER - Matthew Jabaut
FIRST VICE -Chuck Stanley
SECOND VICE - Vacant
ADJUTANT - Vacant
JUDGE ADVOCATE - NICHOLAS MARTIN
SERGEANT AT ARMS -Rostislaw Kondratiuk
POST CHAPLIN-Chuck Stanley
FINANCE OFFICER- Vacant
AMERICAN OFFICER - Vacant
HISTORIAN - Andrew Dean
SERVICE OFFICER - Erin O'Brien
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Commander Is the presiding officer for meetings, planning post operations for the coming year programs, social activities, community projects and awards, supervises the duties of all other post officers, as well as an executive committee getting them to work together for the good of the entire post. The Commander’s duties are largely inspirational and executive
Finance Officer The Finance Officer must be a person of proven integrity and experience in handling financial affairs. The post is dependent on finance, just as any other organization, and will do well to accept expert advice in formulating and administering its financial policy.
Adjutant The Adjutant holds the same relative position in the post as the secretary of any other organized Body and maintains all post records (the constitution, minutes of meetings, reports of officers and committees, communications from department headquarters and inbound postal correspondence) for ready access.
First Vice Commander Shall have an active cooperation between self and the Commander with membership the primary concern of the First Vice Commander. Should be familiar with the ceremonial protocol for regular meetings ready to fill in for the Commander upon a moment’s notice.
Second Vice Commander Assists the Commander with all duties, particularly in patriotic observances of all kinds, in developing Post activities, maintain contact with other veteran and civic groups so that each patriotic holiday and observance receives the attention it deserves. Finance Officer Handles Post financial affairs, formulates and administers its financial policy, Serves as the chair of the finance committee and is in charge of all receiving and disbursing of post funds.
Service Officer The Post Service Officer is responsible for bringing to the attention of all veterans and their dependents the rights and benefits granted them by law—law for which the American Legion can accept a major share of credit. The Service Officer must know how to utilize the expert services available through Legion channels, as well as those of other agencies in his community. The Post Service Officer aids in coordinating the support of the post with the national effort.
Chaplain The Chaplain is the spiritual leader of the Post, in close touch with the Commander and other officers of the post, attending all meetings of the post and Executive Committee, conducts meetings, in the observance of patriotic occasions, funeral services and dedication ceremonies, cooperates with the Post Historian on graves registration work and inspires the post to its full duty in seeing that graves are decorated on Memorial Day. The Chaplain officiates when requested at funerals of members, and can be of service to bereaved families of post members.
Sergeant-At-Arms The Sergeant-at-Arms arranges the meeting hall and assists the Post Commander and Adjutant in the preliminary arrangements for the meeting, including custodian of the colors and in charge of the color detail during the presentation and retirement ceremonies of the colors. The Sergeant-at-Arms is the flag etiquette person and is well informed on proper flag display and procedures used in operating a meeting and should play a leading part in the post color guard, burial detail, and the other pageantry that is a part of The American Legion. The Sergeant-at-Arms makes new members welcomed, introduced, and made to feel they are important to the post.
Historian Has the responsibility of preserving and compiling the records of the Post
Judge Advocate The primary duty of the Judge Advocate is to supply professional advice in the conduct of the post business or to procure proper counsel and is the guardian of constitutional form of post government.
AUXILIARY OFFICERS 2016-2017
MADAME PRESIDENT - Priscilla Edgecomb
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT -
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT -
SECRETARY - Kaye Bouchard
TREASURER - Sally Lyden
SGT@ARMS - Dawn Bourque
MEMBERSHIP - Dawn Bourque
CHAPLAIN - Irene Ervine
SONS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION OFFICERS 2016-2017
COMMANDER - MIKE OWEN
FIRST VICE-COMMANDER -
SECOND VICE COMMANDER -
FINANCE OFFICER -
POST 202 LEGION RIDERS OFFICERS 2016-2017
DIRECTOR - Kaye Bouchard
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - Brad Carter
SECRETARY - Carole Thomas
SGT@ARMS - Chuck Stanley
CHAPLIN - Chuck Stanley
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA TROOP 202
Garey Hartley - Scoutmaster
Georgia Temple - Assistant Scoutmaster
Mike Farnsworth - X-Scoutmaster
Chris Bennett - X- Scoutmaster / Committee Member
Jon Edwards - Committee Chair
Mark Kramer - Adavancement Chair
Chartered Organization Representative
American Legion Post 202