American Legion Post 377 Celebrates Reopening

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On Saturday, July 17, The American Legion Post 377, Sunland-Tujunga celebrated their reopening after being closed to the public for 16 months. It was a full house at the lower level as Heller Highwater took the stage and performed their collection of popular cover songs to the delight of the families in attendance. “We’re happy to be back and actively serving our members and families in our community,” said Post 377 Financial Officer Hector Ramirez.

The meal for the evening was donated by Vittorio’s Italian Restaurant in North Hollywood. This was the perfect way to reopen as it demonstrates the partnership Post 377 has with the community, because Vittorio’s provides one truck of food to those in need within the neighborhood every Tuesday on behalf of Post 377. In celebration of their reopening, Post 377 delivered 13 trucks worth of food to the community through their partnership with Vittorio’s.

Post 377 is very active within the community, supporting many causes such as Tujunga Little League and the Boy Scouts, and community events, while also taking the responsibility of placing the American flags we see along Foothill Boulevard during national holidays such as Memorial Day and Independence Day. Many of their events are open to the public and the community is encouraged to join.

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