Always Open To The Public, Veterans, Families, And Friends
Open for Lunch Daily 
Mon-Fri 11:00 PM to 2:00 PM

For Info 
Call Us:                            Web site
941-794-3489                Kirby Stewart Post 24


We are committed to helping our Veterans
And Supporting our Troops and 
their Families.


On One Of 
 Largest Dance Floors 
In Manatee County
Always Open to the Public

Friday Night dances are suspended because of lack of attendance. They will resume as soon as reasonably possible. We hope you will continue to support Post 24 for the activities that are on-going.

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American Legion Post 24
Bradenton  FL
Where The Public Are Always Welcome
Also, Every Sunday
Old Fashion Dance Party
 The Bob Dewart Band 
Eddie Tobin
2 PM to 5 PM

Bingo Every Tue Night
6 to 8 PM & Wed 1 to 3 PM
Bingo Burgers
5:00 To 6:00 PM Tue
Wed 12 to 1 PM

The Public Is Always

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Welcome Director Jim Brown Jr,

Sunday Breakfast 

​Serving every Sunday all year long
8AM to 11:30 AM
Best $6 Breakfast in Town

Always Open To The Public
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June 27, 2016
Come Join Us for Dinner Liver & Onions, mashed potatoes, veg, dessert $8.00  OR Pork Loin, mashed potatoes, veg, dessert $8.50

4:30 to 7 PM
Friday Dinners are back. Stop in and try our expanded menu of fish, chicken, crab cakes or steak. Appetizers are available. Ask servers.
4:30 To 6:45 PM  Public Welcome  Priced from $7 to $11 
Post now excepts credit cards. Visa, Master Card & Discover
Hall for Rent
Meetings, Dinners,
Private Parties, ETC.
Call for Details and Dates
Every Wednesday

with Franky Allan

In The Lounge
7 to 10 PM

"Wings & Things Wednesdays"​

Menu available 5 to 8 
 Serving Wings & Things 

Open Now
Check out the New
 Eagles Landing 
Now Open
Pool Tables
Dart Boards 
And More
Kirby Stewart Post 24
Honor Guard performs
Military Honors for all those
veterans that want them.
Arrangements can be made by
calling Drew Thomas Honor Guard Captain at 941-751-2068

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  Service Officer Stuart Taube Ph: 941-320-3396 email Stuart will be at the post every Thursday from 12 to 6 PM

 Rick & Pam Duo will be entertaining for your dinning pleasure Monday June 27, 2016 from 5-8 PM. Come out have a great dinner and enjoy the music
Every Sunday, 2 to 5 PM Happy Hour. Add a bar pizza or a soft pretzel. You will enjoy it. Or have a Hot Dog from 11-7 PM
 New Lunch Menu Available Every 
 Saturday from 11-4 PM. Make your
 lunch destination Post 24 on Saturday
 Eleven items plus two sides to choose
 from plus chili in cup or bowl.

 Bradenton/Manatee County​ First Responders Luncheon
     July 7, 14, and 21, 2016 from 11AM to 2 PM

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Adjutants Corner
I ran across an article in my archives I want to share


You're rushing home. Traffic is thick and an old guy is putting along in the left lane. His wife of 58 years sits next to him, both are oblivious to the traffic piling up behind them. You curse under you breath. What's wrong with this guy?
At the end of the bar sits a bleary-eyed, chain smoking woman. Long ago her striking good looks surrendered to the affects of booze and nicotine. What's wrong with her?
You are at a stop light and a rough looking biker rumbles up next to you. His worn leather jacket and shaggy appearance makes you nervous. This guy could be trouble. Stop looking at him! What's wrong with this guy?
If we knew their personal histories, we would be ashamed of our negative judgments of these people. We would be amazed to learn that they are true American heroes. Real heroes. Not the counterfeit "heroes" of the sports or entertainment world, but salt of the earth, red, white, and blue American heroes!
That old guy slowing traffic served in the Big War-WW II. he was shot down on his sixth bombing mission over Germany. Two years of brutal captivity at the hands of the Nazis took their toll; especially after his third escape attempt.
The old gal at the end of the bar served as a Mash nurse in Korea. She had seen amputated limbs at her stateside hospital but the sight and smell of mangled bodies overwhelmed her. The thirty hour shifts, the endless stream of dying soldiers...the utter sense of hopelessness... it was too much. She returned home a lost soul.
That scary biker never talks about his two tours of duty in Viet Nam. The booby traps and ambushes were bad enough. But knowing that home front politicians were wasting the lives of his buddies...that was too much to bear. Somehow he made it home. He was spit on at the Los Angeles airport and called a baby killer. His Bronze Star and two Purple Hearts are squirrelled away. Too many bad memories...such a waste of good men. These veterans served their country with honor and distinction. They asked for nothing in return and today they live in oblivion. Their diminished conditions belie the fact that they were and remain, great Americans. They represent the best of our nature. Think about that the next time you cross paths with someone who doesn't fit your notion of "normal". You may have had the honor of meeting a true American hero.               For God and Country
                                               Warner S Weil