Post History: Charter Members of Vincent F. Picard Post 234, American Legion -- The following World War veterans submitted a request for a Post Charter to Massachusetts Department of the American Legion in October of 1919.
(Francis P. Bodreau, Herman L. Peinze, Charles C. Brigham, Walter A. Peinze, James J. Buchanan, William A. Richards, Harold R. Burbank, William B. Walker, Philias C. Desrosier, Mathew J. Walsh, Louis H. Guertin, Ernest A. Williams, Elliott J. Miller, Henry P. Woodward, and George W. Nelson)
The charter was for the Vincent F. Picard Post 230. The American legion charter was granted on November 1, 1919, due to a Department error in Post Number assignments two Posts were granted the 230 charter. A subsequent correction was made and the number 234 was assigned to Northborough’s Post.
The World's Best Veterans Coffee Hour brings subject-matter experts to the community to speak on topics of proven value and answer direct questions from the audience. Free coffee and breakfast pastries are picked up fresh the morning of, and there are always a lot of new faces at every session. Sponsored in part by Easterseals Massachusetts MassVeteran.com
*Held every 3rd Wednesday at 10AM at Vincent F. Picard American Legion Post 234
The Veterans Food Corner provides food, hygiene supplies, books and other items at no cost to the military and veteran community. Save money on your grocery bill and put it where you need it. Proof of current or prior military service is required.
*Open to all veterans, spouses of veterans, members of the American Legion Auxiliary, SAL and Riders.
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday - 4:00
Wednesday - 4:00
Thursday - 4:00
Friday - 4:00
Saturday - 3:00
Sunday - 12:00
Tuesdays - Shuffleboard
Wednesdays - Open Mic Night
Fridays - Texas Hold Em
Saturdays - Weekly Meat Raffle (4:30)
Sundays - Football