Welcome to the American Legion Post 114

Barrington, NH

COVID-19 Post Update


Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Post is Totally Closed until at least 15 April 2020. Events on the calendar are canceled until further notice. 

About Us

Who we are

 Over the years, we the members of The American Legion, Roger E Cardin Jr, Post 114 have met in several locations and are pleased to have a new, permanent home at 731 Franklin Pierce Highway, Barrington, New Hampshire. We continue to have a significant presence in the town and maintain flags on veterans gravesites at PineGrove Cemetery and all the outlying burial sites. The post is responsible for the annual Memorial Day (May 30) parade and ceremonies as well as the annual Veterans Day (November 11) observance. We provide proper disposal of American flags and upon request flag education. Post 114 established the Veterans Memorial site and the first War Dog Memorial in New England; both are at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Barrington, NH. Our ceremonials team provides military honors in Barrington and surrounding towns when requested by the family. 

  The American Legion was founded upon four pillars of service in 1919. Today we continue to pledge ourselves to... Our Veterans... Our Youth... A Strong National Defense... And Americanism.  

Want to Join?

Please us our Contact Us page to request information on joining.

 Thanks to the LEGION Act (Let Everyone Get Involved In Opportunities for National Service Act), Congress expanded the current eligibility period to cover Dec. 7, 1941, to the present, and includes the current war campaigns. Previously, there were seven declared war periods. Now there are two, the current war period dating back to World War II and another war era covering World War I. No other restrictions to American Legion membership changed. 

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