Lucien Berry Post 115 The American Legion




Stacey Lee of Dickson County High School and Hailey Drake of Creek Wood High School were each awarded $1,000 Post Scholarships from Post 115. This scholarship is presented each year to one Senior from each high school who applies. Post 115 Legionnaires review each application and the winner is decided by vote. (Hailey Drake was unavailable for photo.)


Dickson County High School JROTC Cadets Nathan Marcum (left) and Blake Montgomery (right) receive American Legion Excellence Awards from Adjutant Jack Tyer on 10 May 2024. CDT Marcum was recognized for Scholastic Excellence and CDT Montgomery, for Military Excellence.



Creek Wood High School JROTC Cadets Hali Braddy (left) and Nathaniel Dore (right) receive American Legion Excellence Awards from Commander Deidre Tyer on 23 April 2024. CDT Braddy was recognized for Scholastic Excellence and CDT Dore, for Military Excellence.



Veteran's Outreach will take place Saturday, 11 May, from 8:30 to 10:30 am at House Blend, 124 N. Main St., Dickson.  Veterans and spouse welcome.  Post provides tea and coffee.


American Legion Post 115 will meet Thursday, 23 May, at 6:30 pm, at Crosby Building, Dickson County Fairgrounds.  Doors will be open by 6 pm.


                                     Legionnaire Mack Adams, a World War II Veteran and retired Magistrate for Dickson County,                                         receives his Post 115 coin from Commander Deidre Tyer.

Lucien Berry Post #115 would like to congratulate the selectees for the 2024 Tennessee Boys State:

From Creek Wood High School: Nathaniel Dore, Andre Mendoza, Jakob Roman, and Bradley Stoker


From Dickson County High School: Kolten Bradshaw, Patrick Maloney, and Nathan Marcum



To the wonderful patriotic citizens of the Dickson Community.


The American Legion is based on Four Pillars: 1) Americanism, 2) Children and Youth Programs, 3) National Security, and 4) Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation. 100% of the monies raised by the Legion support the pillars and are given back to the community.  As an Honorably serving, discharged, or retired Veteran, you can be part of our organization and keep Dickson County and America strong.  Proud Spouses and Children are eligible to join the American Legion Auxiliary or Sons of the American Legion.

"We welcome Still-Serving and Honorably-Discharged Veterans."