A Sampling of Post 346 Activities


On a weekly basis we have Monday Dinner Fundraisers; whatever the season's sports, you'll find lots of friends gathered to watch and

share good food and good times; and there's always something going on in our clubroom.

Each month we have our general membership meetings, and the Legion, Auxiliary, SAL (Sons of the American Legion) are always putting

on delicious (and very reasonably priced) dinners such as Steak and all you can eat Spaghetti, which are also opento the public.  See the events page for this month's happenings.

Each year sees our Post hosting events such as the Farmington Patriot Day 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony, our Holiday Wreath Laying

Ceremony at the City of Farmington's War Memorial Monument, we participate in the planning of the Farmington/Farmington Hills Memorial Day Parade, and don't forget American Legion Poppy Days in May of each year.  During Poppy Days you will find many Legion, SAL and Auxiliary members on the streets of our community offering the familiar red crepe paper poppies in exchange for donations from the public.100% of these donations goes toward helping veterans and their families in our community.

Our Post also participates in many American Legion programs such as Boy's and Girl's State, Tabs for Tots, Sons of the American Legion, and sponsoring local Girl and Boy Scout Troops.

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21023 Farmington Rd   Farmington Hills, Michigan 48336

American Legion Post 346

Groves-Walker American Legion Post 346

Groves-Walker American Legion Post 346 serves the needs of veterans in Farmington, Farmington Hills and surrounding Michigan communities. We offer members a warm, family friendly atmosphere, numerous get-togethers providing fun and comradery, and opportunities to step up and help fellow veterans and the community. Post 346, veterans helping veterans, their families and the community since 1923.