The American Flag is an emblem of freedom. This freedom came with a price that many Americans have paid over the years. The American Legion in Grainfield, Kansas was founded in order to honor this country’s Veterans.
Who We Are
The Legion was chartered in December of 1920 and currently has 64 members. This organization honors Veterans by providing a Color Guard at funerals and at Memorial Day Services. The American Legion serves the community by hosting Stag and Stagette meals the last Wednesday of every month and Sunday night Bingo. The next time you visit Grainfield, Kansas stop by the George M. Scott Post 301 American Legion, where the American Flag waves in the western Kansas breeze and reminds all who pass by of the dedication of our local Veterans.
- Building available for public and private functions
- Color Guard at funerals and Memorial Day Services
- Father’s Day dinner
- Pheasant Hunters supper the first day of the season
Schedule of Events
- Auxiliary chartered in May of 1921 (currently has 47 members)
- Sons of American Legion organization (currently has 20 members)
235 Main Street, Grainfield KS 67737
Last Wednesday of the month
Keith Stubbs, Adjutant
Marvin Beougher, Commander, 785.673.4832