818 E. Saint Patrick St.
Rapid City, SD 57701
VETERANS' REPRESENTATION - The American Legion is the nation's largest and most effective advocate in Washington D.C. for veterans, troops and their families. The American Legion fights every day on Capitol Hill and across the country for a quality VA health-care system, improved benefits processing and a decent quality of life for active-duty military personnel. Post 22 Veteran Service Officer: 605-388-2016
Local NBC station features Post 22 in "Honor Their Service" segment:
Post 22 Donates $250 to Boys Scouts Of America -
Black Hills Area Council to help replace stolen BB
Click here to read story in Rapid City Journal:
Mon-Sun: Closed for Corona Virus*
- Legion Grill: Open 11:30A - 8P, Tue-Fri
- Happy Hour: M-F 4-6P, and Daily Drink Specials
- Karaoke: Fri & Sat 9P-1:30A from Colt 45 entertainment (see their website for details):
- Sun: Football/Nascar
- Post 22 Baseball games televised live during the season
- Free Wifi
*Will reopen when it is safe to do so.
If you would like to renew your 2020 membership using a credit card, follow this link.
- LEGION Act signed into law - Follow this link to see how it affects membership:
- JOBS!! 2020 Census Jobs for Veterans - Follow this link.
South Dakota Veterans Forum events
14 March, 2020: 9-11 AM. POSTPONED
We will hear about German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, his leadership during the North African Campaign and during the buildup of the Normandy Defenses, and his death in 1944.
On 11 April, Jim Dugan, who worked at the Nevada Nuclear Test Site during the 1980s and 1990s, will speak to us about the History of US Nuclear Testing.
Keep up with the SDMHF at its Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SDvetforum/
As always, the South Dakota Veterans Forum presentations are open to the public and take place at the South Dakota Air & Space Museum between 9 and 11 am. Free admission, free parking. Mark your calendar - set aside two hours on these Saturday mornings to listen to history not found in books!