Sullivan-Wallen Post 11






                Guy looking for the name of the first, and of the last, American to die in the Vietnam War.      

       Guy searching for the name of the first, and of the last, American to die in the Vietnam War.





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May 2024
  4- Breakfast Buffet 8am to 10:30am
14- Executive Board Meeting 6pm
      Auxiliary Meeting 6:30pm
      SAL Post 11 6:30pm
      Business Meeting 7pm
15- Promenade 40 et 8 at 7:30p
20- County Council in Pulaski 6:30pm
22- Placing Flags at Allouez
      Cemetery 8am for Our Veterans
      (Please Stop Out and Help)

23- Rain Date for placing Flags
24- Brat Barn at Festival Foods 8am 
       by Menards-East
27- Memorial Day at Adm Flatley
       Park 3:45pm

28- Pick Up Flags Allouez Cemetery
28- Social Meeting 6pm

June 2024
 7- Brat Barn 8am at Festival Foods by
 8- Breakfast Buffet 8am to 10:30am
11- Flag Retirement at Post 11 4:30pm
      Executive Board Meeting 6pm
      Auxiliary Meeting 6:30p
      SAL Post 11 6:30pm
      Business Meeting 7pm
18- Birthday Dinner 6pm
19- Promenade 40 et 8 at 7:30pm
21- Articles Due for Newsletter
25- Social Meeting 6pm
27- Prep Newsletter Mailing 9am
28- Brat Barn 8am Festival Foods by
       Menards East


      NOTE: Newsletter

June 21st    Deadline for Newsletter Articles

June 27th   Prepare newsletters for mailing 9am

  • Wayne Price, James Sell 


  • Gail Nohr, Ernesto Aguilera, Jodi Hanley, Kevin Willems, Ken Hendricks, Fred Crane
      Other Post 11 Contacts:
Promenades will be May 15 and June 19 at 7:30PM at Post 11.
          CJ Kellner 920-366-5109

            Thank you!


        CJ Kellner 920-366-5109

Breakfast will be May 4 and June 8 from 8:00am to 10:30am. It only costs $9 for adults-all you can eat!! These are becoming popular so get there early. 



There are three brat barns scheduled for May 17th, June 6th, and June 28th. All are at Festival Foods on Steffens Ct next to Menards. We need everyone available to volunteer to help make these successful. 




First let me say THANKS for all you do! Our breakfast in April was a record setting event and our Booyah sale this past weekend also had an excellent turnout. I haven’t seen the final numbers yet but from what I could gather, it was successful. And that’s all because of the commitment you continue to put into the Post, our Auxiliary, and our Sons of the American Legion Squadron. And I certainly don’t want to forget our Color Guard. Those folks have been double timing it for quite a while now so it would be wrong to not include their activities as well. There are several things working down the pipeline that will keep us busy as we move forward into late Spring and Summer. They are our annual Memorial Day flag posting and recovery at the Allouez Catholic Cemetery and the Brat Barns that will start in May. The exact dates for these events will be posted in our Calendar so please make some time to help out. Right now, we have our first Brat Barn on May 24th, and our second is scheduled for June 7th. The third and potentially last one is scheduled just before the Holiday on June 28th. These are all Fridays and if you can help out for a couple hours, it would be appreciated deeply. We also have a State Department Convention coming up in July and that will be in Appleton. If you want to go and see what goes on, let either Tom or I know. In closing, please let me again Thank you for Everything you do on behalf of the American Legion, and in particular, Post 11. Have a safe and wonderful summer and we’ll see you at our meetings!

Commander Bill Kaczmarek



1st- Another VERY successful breakfast thanks to Lena, Keith and all the support helpers. We set another attendance record of 145.

2nd- Booyah/ bakesale. We sold out in 15 minutes, no surprise there. A huge thanks to all who pitched in to make it happen.

3rd- Programs: Mark your Calendars May 11th for Poppy Sales. Yes only 1 day this year, so let's make it count. Our goal is to have as many of the time slots filled from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at all 5 stores. Last I saw we were still in need of people at Hi Vee. Thanks to all who donated.

4th- Veteran Support: The Auxiliary voted to donate $500 to a veteran family (neighbors of Cathy Landry) who have fallen on hard times. $ 250.00 of that came from Gloria Kellner's memorial donation per Gwen's request. Mary Van Egeren is writing a grant to help support the Community Center for veteran residents of Cottage Courts.

5th- Children and Youth - our partnership with the Nicolet Elementary school Family Food pantry is going well. We have donated over 4 large bins of dry grocery items. Thanks to all who helped donate. Our post again held Youth Government Day on April 16th. Terry Quatsoe and John Hoes were Cochairpersons. Cathy Landry also pitched in to help. Over 40 students from various high-schools attended.

           President Mary Van Egeren  -  920-737-5587 - Mary Krutz - 920-680-7938




 -Since our charter in 1919, our American Legion Post has been welcoming VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, we continue to welcome all military personnel serving our country. Joining our Post enables you to continue serving your God, Country and Community. Our mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams, peace and blessings for our country, friends and families embodied in our preamble below.

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To the wonderful patriotic citizens of the Green Bay community. Join our Post as a Booster or Sponsor. (click Sponsor or Booster Button for details). 100% of the monies raised are given back to the community. Help us to continue sponsoring Scholarships for our children; give aid and assistance to our local needy Veterans, and their families. Help us to continue to support financially worthy community programs and projects.