Serving veterans dinner at local American Legion

Founded in 1947, Post 201 occupies 13 acres and exists to serve the country's war veterans. It is home to a memorial that pays tribute to U.S. veterans, family and friends through a walkway of almost 8,000 bricks inscribed with the names of Georgians who served in the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard. A collection of military equipment adds to this moving experience.

Do you know someone who has served our country?

Have them come to Alpharetta, GA, and step into a by-gone era flanked with true Americana to celebrate the heritage that allows us the freedoms we experience each and every day. Remember that freedom is never free. Gather the family for a visit to The Walk of Memories, located at our post.

Alpharetta Rotary served dinner for 30 veterans at a Legion meeting to celebrate Veteran's Day