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

Aug 25, 2017 
Lance & The 301 Travelers

Sep 1, 2017
Velvet Touch

Sep 8, 2017
Three of a Kind

Sep 15, 2017
Ricky & Franky

Sep 22, 2017
Gulf Drive

Sept 29, 2017
Velvet Touch


Look What's Happening at the  
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
$6.00 cover
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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September 25, 2017 
 Join us for Dinner St Lewis Ribs 1/2 rack, mashed potatoes, veg, dessert $9.50 OR 1/2 Roasted chicken, mashed potatoes, veg, dessert $8.50 OR Salmon summer salad $7.00

Price is plus tax
for non-members

11 to 7 PM

Friday Dinners are back. Stop in and try our expanded menu of fish, pork chop, crab cakes or steak. Appetizers are available. Ask servers.
4:30 To 6:45 PM  Public Welcome  Priced from $7.45 to $12.25 
Post now excepts credit cards. Visa, Master Card & Discover
Hall for Rent
Meetings, Dinners,
Private Parties, ETC.
Call for Details and Dates
Every Wednesday

Karaoke 9/20/17
With Left of Center

​            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 Table 
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 Ed Padilla
his hours & phone number to follow 941-962-3345 Call him for appoinment

"Lest I keep my complacent way I must remember somewhere out there a person died for me today. As long as there must be War, I ask and must answer, Was I Worth Dying For?"-------Eleanor Roosevelt​
Every Sunday, Play bar poker 1:30 to 3:30 PM. Have a cold beer & bar pizza or soft pretzel. Hot dogs available from 11 AM to 7 PM. Come out & enjoy.

Adjutants Corner
" It is not what we live, but for what we are prepared to die"

How passionate are you about what you're doing in life? Here's a pretty good test----are you prepared to die for what you believe? Sounds extreme doesn't it? Get a group of World War II veterans together and you're bound to hear old war stories but if you listen closely you'll discover a deeper meaning in those tales. Here's an example of what I mean:
When the Canadians entered World War II the elite fighting force of the Canadian armed services was called upon to engage in a dangerous mission. They were known as the Royal Rifles. Their mission would be extremely dangerous they were told---so much so  that it was considered suicidal. Odds were they wouldn't come back. Forty-two hundred men were asked to put their lives on the line. They were given two day's leave immediately prior to embarking on their mission. Every man returned from leave--but only two hundred returned from the mission. Four thousand died.

Why would any soldier come back from two day's leave to participate in a suicidal mission? At a reunion of the survivors many years later someone posed the question, "Why did you come back to face almost certain death?" "it is not what we live, but for what we are prepared to die," was the reply. Life is most precious when there is something for which we are prepared to die. The impact the lives of those four thousand had on history is immeasurable. But the impact it had on the survivors may be the untold story. They had their lives in perspective when they accepted that mission. Life under a Nazi dictator would not be worth living, they must have reasoned, and death under the flag of freedom had meaning---if the purpose was to preserve that freedom. One hundred Americans joined the Royal Rifles on that mission. They were the beginning of one of America's elite fighting force and distinguished themselves by adopting the headgear of the Royal Rifles. Many times since those dark days of World War II these Americans have been called upon to defend the Stars and Stripes, our symbol of freedom. Who are they? They're best described in the lines of this song from the 1960s---"men who mean just what they say, the brave men of the Green Beret." And what do they say? "It is not what we live, but for what we are prepared to die."
Take it from an old Marine; if you believe in freedom, no explanation is necessary. If you do not, no explanation is possible.

For God and Country
Warner S Weil
Taco Thursdays ​
 $1.00 each

Plus tax for non-members