Frank Gladd Post 20

Post #20 works in our community with children and youth, the American Legion Boys State and Girls State, patriotic school programs, Halloween safety, American Legion baseball and more. In addition, Post #20 seeks to assist and honor all veterans—a noble undertaking which requires funding to sustain, as well. Post members offer Honor Guard services to Veterans being interred at the Fort Gibson National Cemetery. The membership of Frank Gladd American Legion Post #20 is well-known throughout the state and community for their efforts in community service and fundraisers such as our monthly breakfast and catfish fry. This post has grown in membership and has exceeded its all-time high in membership for the last seven years. We are now committed to seeking greater opportunities to make a difference in our community.

Trail of Honor Flags Inc.

The goal of Trail of Honor Flags Inc. is simple: honor all Veterans, their families and the people who love them—365 days a year. In order to do this, we have to build a permanent Trail of Honor Flags. At this time, through the use of volunteers, we are able to put up over 300 flags along Hwy 62 and Wiley Road on the route to the Fort Gibson National Cemetery just five times a year: Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day and Veterans Day.