POST 90 HISTORY
The American Legion William Giroux Post number 90 was organized on Dec 10, 1919, with Claude Cooper as its first Commander. The old post was a two-story wood frame building on Fourth St, across from the Village Hall. The ground floor contained the club bar, rest rooms, and Commander’s office. The indoor side entrance lead to the second floor which housed a large meeting room and a complete, fully equipped kitchen. The American Legion used the upstairs rooms for their monthly meetings.