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Updated April 27th
The 2016 May / June Cyclops
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Maryland Public Television honors the men and women who served during the Vietnam War
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American Legion Dewey Lowman Post 109 located in the Arbutus area of Halethorpe in Baltimore County south of Baltimore City, Maryland has been in existence since 1934. Our membership extends to every corner of the state and outside of Maryland as well. We welcome veterans from all military service branches and active duty military personnel serving our country.
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About American Legion Dewey Lowman Post 109
American Legion Dewey Lowman Post 109 located in Arbutus, Maryland has been in existence since 1934. Our membership extends to every corner of the state and outside of Maryland as well.
We welcome veterans from all military service branches and active duty military personnel serving our country.
Post 109 is named for Arbutus native Dewey Nicholas Lowman. One of 306 who were lost at sea in 1918 aboard the USS Cyclops, from which we get the name of our Newsletter . (Read more)
Post 109 holds Memorial Day, 4th of July and Veteran’s Day ceremonies at the Arbutus Flagpole to help our community honor our great country, our veterans, and current service members particularly those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
THE 27 FLAGS
Post 109 is proud to be home to The Original 27 Flags Unit. The 27 Flags Unit proudly displays each of the 27 flags that have flown over the United States throughout our history. Members of this award winning organization participate as a marching unit in events such as the local Memorial Day Service and with their float in 4th of July and Labor Day parades and other events.
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