Upcoming Events              

  • JUL   15 - District Officer Installation
  • JUL   21 -  Post Monthly Dinner
  • AUG   3 - Post Monthly Meeting
  • AUG   10 - Auxiliary Monthly Meeting

Recent Activities


Winners of the A&G and Oratorical contests from Hilliard Davidson High School, with past Franklin County Council Commander and Post 614 Americanism Chair Bill Schnug and Post 614 Commander (elect) Tom Rowe!


2016 Memorial Post 614 Legion Family Christmas Party!


2016 Veterans Day Parade! (Click Here for Flash Slide Show)

2016 Veterans Day Parade! (Click Here for HTML version Slide Show)




2015 July Fourth Parade American Legion Post 614 Float! (Click Here for Slide Show)



American Legion Riders of Post 614! (Pictured L-R: John Sires (Vice President), Dean Jacobs (Sgt @ Arms), Tim Shigley (President), Bill Ihrig (Road Captain), Nina Motter, Colleen McGinnis (Secretary), Tom Rowe (Road Captain), and Eric Sandkuhl) (Click Here for Larger Picture)



Click Here for Thank You Letter From a 2014 Boy's State Participant

District Officer Installation

Sunday July 16th

Dinner 4 PM

Installation 5 PM

Post 164

3363 McDowell Road

Grove City, OH


Post Monthly Dinner for July 2017

Turkey Roll (bread dressing)

Mashed Potatoes w/ Turkey Gravey

Glazed Sliced Carrots

Tossed Salad, Rolls & Butter

Donated Desserts

Friday, July 21st 5:00 - 7:00PM

Hilliard Senior Center

3810 Veterans Memorial Drive

Hilliard, OH 43026


July 2017 Monthly Dinner Flyer


04/25/2017 12:29 PM EDT

Columbus VA Extends Urgent Care Hours to Serve Veterans. Beginning May 1, 2017, the Urgent Care Center will be open 7 days a week; additional services also offered on weekends.


Every Tuesday Clippers Home Game in 2017, The Columbus Clippers will recognize Military & First Responders personnel in several ways:

Click here for details.


Good Afternoon Legion Family,

Below is a list of items still needed for our New Post Home. ( Most Needed)
1.) Desks and Desk Chairs for Adjutant, Finance Officer & Auxiliary
2.) Desk Lamps, Floor lamps for Meeting Room
3.) Refrigerator
4.) Kitchen Table/ Chairs (6-8) 
5.) Coffee Cups etc...
We are still asking for and accepting Cash donations for the post. Our largest needed project is the  ADA compliant Ramp, Entrance and Restroom on the first floor. 
Legion Family,
Please contact me prior to donating any of the items listed in my previous email. it will prevent double donations.
Cell: (614) 284-8714
Thomas R Rowe Jr
Commander (elect)
American Legion Memorial Post 614
Hilliard, OH


Scioto Ready Mix is looking for veterans, service members and their famlies to fill several full time and part time positions.

Click here for details.


Many thanks to Two Men and a Truck (614-423-4842) for the disassembly, move and reassembly of the desk for our new Post home!

Prompt, courteous and careful movers that are very Veteran Organization Friendly.




Post 614 has initiated a veteran's memorial program to recognize ALL veterans at the Hilliard Veteran Memorial which is located near the Senior Center.  Pavers can be engraved with the veteran's name and other information pertinent to that veteran.  Please click here to open the paver form to be completed and mailed with your check for $100 to the American Legion Memorial Post 614, PO Box 1120, Hilliard. OH 43026.  Orders received for these memorialized engraved pavers by April 15, 2013, will be in place prior to Memorial Day 2013. Future memorialized engraved pavers will be in place for the 4th of July, Labor Day, and Veterans Day when paver orders are received six weeks prior to the holiday each year.

Click here to open the paver order form.

American Legion Quick Facts

National American Legion

Focusing on service to veterans, servicemembers and communities, The American Legion currently has about 2.4 million members in 14,000 posts worldwide.

Legion History

The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization. Focusing on service to veterans, servicemembers and communities, the Legion evolved from a group of war-weary veterans of World War I into one of the most influential nonprofit groups in the United States.