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Post 164 meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month at the Katy Elks Lodge #2628 located at 1050 Katy-Fort Bend Rd. Meetings start promptly at 7:30 PM. Come early.
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      For Information on hall rental, visit our "Contact Us" tab on the left column
 
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Members of the 2016 Boys State Program Meet for Orientation. (see Boys State tab for names)
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Post Service Officer Jim Foland Received His 750 Hr. Volunteer Service Pin from the Debakey VA Medical Center in an April Presentation. Thank You Jim for your Continued Service.
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Post 164 held the Annual Officer Installation of May 25, 2016.  
 
 
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Attention Veterans of the Gulf War, War on Terror, OEF and OIF eras.
  If you served from August 2, 1990 thru the present you have earned the right to join The American Legion.
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Post 164 is a proud member of the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce
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Veterans seeking help with Mesothelioma claims can visit Mesothelioma Guide under the "Affiliated Webs" Tab
 
  
Help yourself and your Post by buying energy from Stream Energy.
 As a customer, Stream will donate $5 per month per customer to the Post. Sign up at

http://rozier164.streampowerup.biz

You do not need to be a member to participate. Tell your friends and family members they can switch providers and help the Post.

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To the wonderful patriotic citizens of the Katy community. Join our Post as a Booster or sponsor. (click Sponsor or Booster Button for details). 100% of the monies raised are given back to the community. Help us to continue sponsoring Programs for our children; give aid and assistance to our local needy Veterans and their families. Help us to continue to support financially worthy community programs and projects.

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In 1962, President Kennedy, addressing the men and women of the Army's 1st Armored Division, quoted an aging etching found on the wall of a sentry box at Gibraltar. It says, "God and the soldier, all men adore In time of danger and not before. When the danger is passed and all things righted God is forgotten, and the soldier slighted."

Kennedy pledged, "This country does not forget God or the soldier. Upon both we now depend." (submitted by Wallace Klekar)

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