Back Row: Norman Nadeau, Ed Wooten, Carroll Kelley, Chris Baird, Frank Tooley, Joe Herlong, Sr., Larry Murry, Perry Cox, Bill Pray and Tom Fleury. 2nd Row: Jerry Lunsford, Fred Lee, Harold White, Tony Aldebol, William Kelley, Steve Zietz, Robert Wicks, Roy Brock, Pat Ramsey, Bill Moore, Billy Painter, Frank Cockman, District 3 Commander Clyde Mabery and 1st Vice Commander, State Dept. of SC Bob Scherer. 1st Row: Tony Dunn, Cecil Buchanan, Charlie Clifton, Bobby Peater, Steve Ehrlich, Stuart McClure, Peter Butchart and Roy Williamson.
Back Row: Norman Nadeau, Ed Wooten, Carroll Kelley, Chris Baird, Frank Tooley, Joe Herlong, Sr., Larry Murry, Perry Cox, Bill Pray and Tom Fleury. 2nd Row: Jerry Lunsford, Fred Lee, Harold White, Tony Aldebol, William Kelley, Steve Zietz, Robert Wicks, Roy Brock, Pat Ramsey, Bill Moore, Billy Painter, Frank Cockman, District 3 Commander Clyde Mabery and 1st Vice Commander, State Dept. of SC Bob Scherer. 1st Row: Tony Dunn, Cecil Buchanan, Charlie Clifton, Bobby Peater, Steve Ehrlich, Stuart McClure, Peter Butchart and Roy Williamson. Photo was taken during first gathering at Golden Carroll in Greenville, SC.

On the 4th of July 2015 twenty-nine guys felt the need for an energizing, member-oriented New American Legion Post. So at Golden Corral accross from Cherrydale Shopping Center and with the help of then 1st Vice Commander Department of South Carolina Bob Scherer, and District 3 Commander Clyde Mabery the Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 became a reality.

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The American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 Color Guard was invited to participate in Wren Memorial Baptist Church's patriotic services.  Members included Pete Bellinger, Jamie Richards, Charlie Clifton and Clyde Rector.
The American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 Color Guard was invited to participate in Wren Memorial Baptist Church's patriotic services. Members included Pete Bellinger, Jamie Richards, Charlie Clifton and Clyde Rector.
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Retired State Senator Lewis Vaughn
Retired State Senator Lewis Vaughn - Photo by Thomas C. Hanson

Retired State Sentator Lewis Vaughn was the guest speaker at the June 2018 Greenville County Republican Women's Club Americanism Luncheon. Vaughn discussed his experiences as a Korean War Combat Veteran as a tanker and sought support for the National Korean War Memorial Wall. Vaughn said the new Memorial Wall would be located adjacent the current Korean War Memorial in Washington, D.C. It will have the names of all the deceased Korean War Casualties and the POWs.

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The American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 posted Colors at the June luncheon of the Greenville County Republican Women’s Club. Participating in the Americanism Luncheon program were: (from left to right) Sgt. 1st Class Brent Cobb from Furman University Army ROTC Staff, Post 214 1st Vice Commander Pete Bellinger, Events Director Charlie Porter, Jamie Richards, Staff Sgt. Justin McAbee. - Photo by Gilbert Scales
The American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 posted Colors at the June luncheon of the Greenville County Republican Women’s Club. Participating in the Americanism Luncheon program were: (from left to right) Sgt. 1st Class Brent Cobb from Furman University Army ROTC Staff, Post 214 1st Vice Commander Pete Bellinger, Events Director Charlie Porter, Jamie Richards, Staff Sgt. Justin McAbee. - Photo by Gilbert Scales
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Sharpshooters Gun Club & Range employee draws the two winning tickets at the American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 fundraising raffle drawing on Saturday, June 30th. 1st Winner Tammy Delk got first choice of weapon and 2nd Winner Galen Nicklaw got the 2nd weapon.
Sharpshooters Gun Club & Range employee draws the two winning tickets at the American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 fundraising raffle drawing on Saturday, June 30th. 1st Winner Tammy Delk got first choice of weapon and 2nd Winner Galen Nicklaw got the 2nd weapon.
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The 2019 Officers of The American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 were sworn in by Past Department SC Commander Bob Scherer at the  June Meeting.  Post 214 meets the 3rd  Tuesday of the month, now at Lee Road Methodist Church. From Left to Right, John Banning 2nd Vice Commander, Chris Baird Sergeant at Arms, Earl Nutz Chaplain, Mick Ogulewicz Financial Chair, Tony Dunn Adjutant. Pete Bellinger 1st Vice Commander.
The 2019 Officers of The American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 were sworn in by Past Department SC Commander Bob Scherer at the June Meeting. Post 214 meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month, now at Lee Road Methodist Church. From Left to Right, John Banning 2nd Vice Commander, Chris Baird Sergeant at Arms, Earl Nutz Chaplain, Mick Ogulewicz Financial Chair, Tony Dunn Adjutant. Pete Bellinger 1st Vice Commander.
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The Honorable Mr. Randal Ford, South Carolina Highway Patrol (Ret.) was guest speaker at the American Legion Nathan M. Wolfe Law Enforcement Cadet Academy Graduation Ceremony,  Friday, June 22.
The Honorable Mr. Randal Ford, South Carolina Highway Patrol (Ret.) was guest speaker at the American Legion Nathan M. Wolfe Law Enforcement Cadet Academy Graduation Ceremony, Friday, June 22.

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