RAY A. MASTER
133 Centre Avenue
Topton, PA 19562
Social Quarters: 610-682-7682
Legion Office: 610-682-6090
Effective: Friday July 17th:
PA Governor Wolf Administration and Sec. of Health Rachel Levine signed new orders for targeted mitigation efforts in response to the recent rise in COVID cases.
New regulations on bars and restaurants and larger indoor gatherings.
The new orders include reducing indoor capacity to 50%, limiting on-premise alcohol consumption to meals only, limiting indoor gatherings to 50 people and implementing telework whenever possible.
Older adults and people of any age with underlying conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness associated with COVID-19.
We cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to COVID-19 while visiting this establishment.
The Officers of the Ray A. Master, American Legion Post 217 request members and authorized guest(s) to evaluate your own risk before entrance into this establishment.
We request anyone who experiences possible symptoms of any illness not to enter the establishment.
We will keep updated with the latest guidance from the Center of Disease Control, the Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Health, periodically.
Thank You and Stay Safe!!
Officers of Ray A. Master, American Legion Post 217
YOU MUST HAVE YOUR MEMBERSHIP CARD
OUT WHEN YOU ENTER
Effective Sept 21, 2020:
Monday: 4 pm to 9 pm - Dinner
Thursday: 4 pm to 9 pm - Dinner
Friday: 9 am to 9 pm: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Saturday: 11 am to 5 pm - Lunch
Sunday: 9 am to 9 pm: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Since our charter was given on March 28, 1934 , our American Legion Post has been welcoming VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces.
Our mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams, peace and blessings for our country, friends and families embodied in our preamble below.
Help us to continue to give aid and assistance to our local needy veterans and their families. Help us to continue to support financially worthy community programs and projects.
A Veteran is someone who
at one point in their life
wrote a check made payable to
"The United States of America
for an amount of
up to and including my life."
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Membership Cards Information
The American Legion membership card expires on Dec. 31 of the paid year on your card.
Your dues are supposed to be paid by Jan. 1 each year so National starts accepting dues for the upcoming year starting on July 1.
The goal is to have everyone renewed for the New Year by Jan 1, when the year begins.
Renewal Notices are sent from the National Headquarters Office, based on the information in their records.
When you pay your dues to your Post, they process your payment and keep a portion for the Post; the balance is sent to your Department Headquarters with you membership card; the Department deducts its portion of your dues and then forwards the balance and your card to National where the dues and card are processed within 48 hours.
Depending on when you pay, you may get another Dues Payment Card in the mail.
Paying your dues at the Post will get you your cards immediately!
Paying by check may take a few days to a week to get your cards.
Paying by Credit Card may take a month or more until you receive your cards.