Guy C. Parlett Post 7 Department of Maryland



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Current Post 7 hours: Post open at 11:00 - 10:00pm Monday thru Friday. 12:00 - 10:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Kitchen is 12 to 7 Monday thru Thursday, 12 to 8 on Friday, 3 to 7 on Saturday and 2 to 6 on Sunday.

  To keep up with all the news and photos of Post 7's events you can go to our

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You do not have to have a facebook page to visit our page. It is public and open to all!


An important message from the Commander of Post 7:

 March, 2021  Commander's Corner


Open for Business. After a year of partial or complete shut-down, your Post is now Open for Business in accordance with state and local rules. As such, more and more members are enjoying the friendship, ambience and support. Please plan to join us soon.

Sons of the American Legion (SAL). On March 2, we conducted a SAL Meeting to elect Tom Goloski as Commander and Buddy Mastin as Adjutant on an interim basis until the elections in May. They are the “doers” who will help revitalize the Project with a focus on membership and worthy, joint Legion projects. A proud history continues.

Community Outreach.

-Bingo. Your Post is planning for the resumption of Bingo later this Spring. Volunteers are truly welcome to assist during the Thursday and Sunday games. Please call Wil Wagner at 443-254-1949 or 410-573-0004 or stop by to learn first-hand how rewarding your time can be.

-Baseball. Student athletes have been on the bench for a year. It’s time for the Post to complete the administrivia necessary to field both a Senior and a Junior Admirals team this June. Nationally-recognized coaches have contacted us and been approved for this important community outreach activity.

-Events. Recently, our Friday Night Dinners have been sellouts due to the excellent cuisine prepared by Kelly and her staff. Please plan to join us for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration with traditional fare. And, as funds allow, we will resume bands, ceremonies, feasts, Hall Rentals and related events which have made Post 7 a quality destination. Please consult our social media for details.

For God and Country

Jason O’Neil


From 2020 - COVID-19 Impact: Good News! Your post has re-opened in accordance with State guidelines. So, don your mask and come visit while social distancing. We have been serving a limited menu and hope to expand as we gradually reopen to “normal” conditions. Because of the uncertainty that comes with a global pandemic, we are not able to publish a regular menu or resume our normal events---yet!

However, there are a few important announcements that I want to bring to your attention so we are providing this shortened newsletter to get the word to all our members that are not on Facebook or able to visit our website.

Elections: Although the National meeting in Ocean City is cancelled for 2020, we still need to hold our annual elections and to vote on our new by-laws. Nominations for officers AND voting will be conducted at our August General Membership Meeting on August 4, 2020 at 7pm. It is unusual to do nominations and voting at the same meeting but this is yet another impact of COVID-19. Please plan on attending while wearing a mask and practicing social distancing.

Baseball: Through Post 7's initiative, we have organized a non-Legion league this summer. We play a reduced schedule of 19 games with six local teams. High school baseball was cancelled this year so, we wanted to provide an opportunity for our seniors to showcase their talents to college scouts in hopes of gaining a scholarship. The home games are played at Joe Cannon Stadium in Glen Burnie. A schedule is posted on our website. Our Admirals are Winners!

Crab Feast: The Crab Feast scheduled for September 19, 2020 is cancelled. We care about our members and want you all to be here for our feast in 2021!

For God and Country

Jason O’Neil


29 May 2020

Post 7 will reopen in phases according to state and county guidelines. Here are our 19 Covid 19 actions required to keep us safe:

-Starting on June 4, hours will be 4-7 PM

-The kitchen will not be open.  ALL food will be prepared on the grill outside.

-Limited, disposable paper menu includes burgers, dogs, wings, ribs, even pizza etc., No American Fries!

-Members and guests wear masks while placing orders at the bar prior to proceeding directly to the grove.  All food and drink will be consumed outside.

-Members must maintain 6-foot distances.  Families can sit together at a picnic table.

-All employees will wear masks

-Only disposable dinner ware will be used.

-Each table will be sanitized between patrons

-Prices will be in even amount to minimize providing change

-No games of chance.  This means Bingo, Pulltabs, Queen of Hearts, and machines.  No pool playing.

-Curbside dinning and carry out provided

-Members encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizers

-Members must heed of signage in the Post

-Random no-touch temperatures will be taken.

-No inside seating at the bar or lounge

-All areas will be sanitized by employees within 30-minutes of closing

Please THINK of your fellow member(s), many of whom have compromised immune systems.  Many posts will not survive this pandemic.  Violations could cause the Post to shut down and be fined.  We dare not jeopardize our future.  After all, we have a wonderful, CHEERS-like environment and provide many important community outreach services.  More guidance later.


Jason O'Neil


May 22, 2020

Fellow members please use caution and protect your health at all times. Our Post 7 will only open when it is legal to do so. We are ready to accommodate social distancing. During the Pandemic, your management and volunteers have completed a 60-item checklist to completely sanitize the building and complete painting and renovation projects. You will see the difference when you come back.

As you can imagine, many events have been cancelled including Boys and Girl’s State, Memorial Day at the Cemetery, and dozens of other events. Our elections will be held on one day in August. The Department convention has been postponed until late September with a one-day event in Baltimore.

The Legion Baseball season has been cancelled just like the High School season. This is really bad for the senior players who need statistics and videos for college scouts to award scholarships. Therefore, our current planning to have a short 16-game unofficial schedule with local teams beginning in late June. There will be no tournaments. In this way the 6 seniors on our team get some much needed and deserved exposure.

Before the virus outbreak, we submitted a grant application to the State. The prolonged process will most likely dead-end due to the huge cost of the pandemic. However, your post remains financially solvent and should survive this crisis. As soon as we get official guidance on re-opening, we will post again here and on our website. In the meantime, please stay safe. We want ALL of you to enjoy our NEW environment in a future filled with fellowship and community service.

For God and Country,




    Out of concern for the health and welfare of our Post 7 members, families, and communities; and in accordance with the state of emergency policies of the governor of Maryland, after 5:00 pm on Monday, March 16, Post 7 will be closed until further notice.
We will post here and on our Facebook page with any updates
regarding our operation as they become available.
We look forward to seeing you all back with us again just as soon as possible. 

Link to The Department of Maryland


To see the Youtube history video, click here. 

  To keep up with all the news and photos of Post 7's events you can go to our

click here     FACEBOOK  PAGE   click here 

You do not have to have a facebook page to visit our page. It is public and open to all!


The March - April 2020


 Newsletter is up online. 



Following the initiative of Post 7’s Chaplain, Tom McAndrews, a small group travelled to the Charlotte Hall Veteran's Home in St. Mary's County on Wednesday, February 19th. Joining Tom were Betty Barilla, Nancy McDonough, Jeannine Merrill, Mike Blackwell and Jason O'Neil. This trip’s purpose was to run bingo for the residents and bring in some fun. Your Post has routinely supported this wonderful facility for decades. PLEASE PLAN TO JOIN US NEXT TIME.



It's time to start thinking about...

We are so excited to let you know

the Annapolis Post 7 Admirals baseball team now has a website!

Click here

  or copy this link:

and take a look around to see what American Legion Baseball is all about! 

Sons of the Legion

Sunday Breakfasts have come to an end for this year.

Thank you to all who came out and joined us for a great breakfast.

You are why we do it! 


Important news for veterans living in Anne Arundel County  

County Executive Steve Schuh Signs

Veterans Property Tax Credit Legislation 

You can read the article here:







CAKES NEEDED! - and you delivered. Thank you to all who donated!


Congratulations to Post 7's Patrick Guibao for becoming the

American Legion Southern Maryland District Commander for 2018-2019!



A huge thank you to all our special volunteers from the American Heritage Girls.

What a great job they did helping us with our Spring yard clean-up!

Photos from the Spring clean-up are on our Facebook page. 

To see them click here!



It's time to join Post 7!

Do you want to know if you qualify for membership? Click here.

Do you want to join? It's easy! For a membership application, Click here! 





Congratulations to Sarah Soltis

for her outstanding performance in the American Legion High School Oratory Contest.

She competes again in the County Contest at Post 175 in Severna Park

at 11:00 AM on February 10.

Wishing her the best!



* * * * * * * Toys for Tots * * * * * * *

Thank you to all who came out for the Spaghetti Dinner

and donated so generously to help so many children enjoy a

Merry Christmas!










Pictures from the days activities can be seen on Facebook, by clicking here.



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We are sending out a huge "thank you" to all those members of the Post 7's S.A.L. and Legion who stepped up and joined with the women of our Auxiliary to support the Travis Manion Foundation's Annapolis 9/11 Heroes Run on September 10th and 17th!

The Post could not have been more proudly represented. What a great family effort! It was a fantastic and rewarding community event in honor of our military and first responders.

We would love to have even more family join in on the next "big adventure!"




Have you seen the new fence?

An enormous "thank you" to all the wonderful people who came out to make a stunningly quick job of tearing down the old and putting up our fabulous new fence! A super special salute to our friends from Hogs and Heroes, The Chosen Sons, Road Warriors, and Post 175 for joinig the Post 7 Legion, Auxiliary, and SAL and giving your time and energy so generously.

What a great team effort!




Since its charter in 1919,  American Legion Post 7 has been continually welcoming VETERANS and current military personnel from all branches of our Armed Forces. By joining our Post, you are able to continue serving your Community and Country as embodied in our mission.

 Who was Guy C. Parlett? Read our history here


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In the Meeting Room/Conference Hall:

  • Post 7 Members Monthly Meetings are held the 1st Tuesday at 7:30 pm
  • Post 7 SAL Monthly Meetings are held on the 1st Monday at 7:30 pm.
  • Post 7 Auxiliary meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 pm.


  • Hall Rentals: Our HALL is available for meetings or  private parties at very reasonable rates. Contact  Betty, The Post Banquet Manager, at 410-224-5754,  410-251-3699 cell or​




Also...Explore the links below for: 

  • Bingo -  held every Sunday from 1- 4 pm and Thursday 7-10 pm in the Legion Hall.
  • Events Calendar.  Contact the Chairperson: John Ogle, 443-370-3720 seeking volunteers.​


BOOSTER or SPONSOR Community Members are welcomed to join Post 7 as a BOOSTER or SPONSOR to help us to continue to:

 100% of these fund raised are given back to the community. 

(see Sponsor or Booster tab for details).

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