Preamble to the Constitution of The American Legion
For God and Country we associate ourselves together for the folowing purposes:
To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America; to maintain law and order; to foster and perpetuate a one hundred percent Americanism; to preserve the memories and incidents of our associations in all wars; to inculcate a sense of nation; to combat the autocracy of both the classes and the masses; to make right the master of might; to promote peace and good will on earth; to safeguard freedom and democracy; to consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by our devotion to mutual helpfulness.
Welcome to the Website of Tennessee Post 141 of The American Legion. This website will be going through many transitions in the near future and I will be looking for fellow members to assist me with adding interesting content, photos, or suggestions and critiques. I am new to this post and a novice at building websites so please bear with me as we work to make this a website we can all be proud to be part of. I also have a busy full time job so I will be working on this site as time allows.
Besides just having a website, the host for this site offers unlimited email addresses with the ******@tnlegion141.org. I will be able to give directions on how to set this address up so you can send and receive emails with our own unique site address. I can also set it up so that any emails sent to your tnlegion141.org address can be forwarded to your regular email address. Just drop me a note if you want me to set this up for you. Once you request the email address you will receive an email with your new email address and links on setting your password and setting up your account.
Thank you for your service to our country, as well as a part of The American Legion.
Food for thought: You must have noticed an outstanding characteristic of every end that the ego has accepted as it’s own. When you have achieved it, it has not satisfied you.
That is why the ego is forced to shift ceaselessly from one goal to another, so that you will continue to hope it can yet offer you something. T144
This week is a very special time for us to reflect, honor and respect all of our fellow Veterans, their Family and Loved ones who have and continue to serve through our various groups, posts and activities.
Thank you dear Lord; for watching over us as the world goes through a transformation. To transform the world we must begin by first transforming ourselves.
Now is the time for us each to actively pursue that transformation…
Sept 28, 2023
Food for thought: All Healing is essentially the release from fear. T,19
Sept 19, 2023
Today’s Food for Thought:
Having rests on giving, and not on receiving.
Sept 15, 2023
We would like to post a “Food for Thought” section on the web site:
Today’s Message: “Nothing can prevail against a Son of God who commends his spirit into the hands of the Father”.
Our Prayers go out to the Family of John Smith, a member of our post, who recently passed over and to the Family of Richard Fleek for the loss of his Brother. May they rest in Peace.
My name is Joseph Castorino, and I am the new Historian of Rutherford County Post 141. I will be compiling a record of Post events and happenings for the year. I am in the process of researching Post historical data so we can all learn about the history of our Post. If anyone has any information about the history of the Post or past events, please feel free to email me at email@example.com or text or call me at (615) 424-0644.
This Day in Military History
10 November 1775
The United States Marine Corps was born when the Continental Congress approved the creation of two battalions of Continental Marines.
This Day In History
13 Oct 1775
The U.S. Navy was born when the Continental Congress voted for two vessels to be fitted and armed. The ships had ten carriage guns, a proportional number of swivel guns, and crews of 80 men each.
“Semper Fortis” – Always strong
This day in history
10 Oct 1845
The Naval School, now known as the U.S. Naval Academy, was established in Annapolis, Maryland – the second oldest service academy. The first class had 50 midshipmen and seven professors.
BE THE ONE
Our Legion Post consists of Veterans from different branches of the armed forces, of members of different backgrounds, races, beliefs, and we support many organizations and community services but none are as critical as the Legion’s BE THE ONE program. We served wearing different uniforms but now we MUST serve each other and leave no one behind. Click on the card to get more information on this outstanding program.
Since I am still new to the Post, many of you do not know me, I’m Russ Mauzy, your website administrator, and an Army Veteran. I currently drive a truck for a full time living so I might not always be in the immediate area to meet, however, my phone is always on and it doesn’t matter the time of day or night, if you need someone to talk to, feel free to call me anytime. (615)295-3257
VETERAN’S CRISIS PHONE NUMBERS
1-800-273-8255 press 1
988 press 1
During our Sept 21. 2023 meeting we were addressed by Virginia Spini, a Suicide Prevention Case Manager with the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Department of Veteran’s Affairs. With her permission, below is a copy of her business card with contact information.
To continue adding to the history of our post, you can renew your American Legion membership by clicking this link: here, or contact a Post Officer.