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Post Bulletin
     January 2, 2019      #24-3 PB1 1
 
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American Legion server Kelly Crowley offers gelatin shots to people at the bar Monday. Patrons at the American Legion in downtown Rochester celebrated New Year’s Eve as well as the last day for the building. The Legion will move to a new location in March.

Ken Klotzbach / kklotzbach@postbulleti
Last call for Legion Post 92

By John Molseed
jmolseed@postbulletin.com


As 2018 came to a close, so did the American Legion Post 92’s tenure downtown.

The post closed the doors at its 315 First Ave. NW location just after ringing in the new year.

“It’s a mixed reaction right now,” said Tony Loecher, Post 92 commander. Some members are sad to see the old location shut down and move to the former Kings Crossing Bar & Grill at 915 21st Ave. SE.

“Change is very difficult for some people,” said Steven Leqve, post board member. “As ...

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From left, Phil Haskins Sr., Matt O’Neill, and Paul Behan share memories Monday afternoon at the American Legion. Patrons at the American Legion in downtown Rochester celebrated New Year’s Eve as well as the last day for the building. The Legion will be moving to a new location in March.

Ken