$2,500 Grant Given to Post 19

On Thursday, November 5, 2020 the King County Council District 9 gave a grant of $2,500 to Fred Hancock Post 19 meant to support veterans programs. Council Member Regan Dunn made the presentation.

Post and Auxilary meetings

All Post 19 meetings are canceled or posponed

until further notice due to the Corona Virus. 


Normally we meet on the 2nd Tuesday monthly at 7:00 pm. No meetings during the Summer. Visitors are always welcome.


We are located at 3224 NE 12th Street in the Renton Highlands.  MAP

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Special Notice – September 2020

Hitching Rail Wellness Center and Retreat has spots open for military veterans who are interested in attending our weekly Equine classes. Read more

Post 19 Honor Guard 

Our Honor Guard serves at Tahoma National Cemetery each month. We conduct interment services. We are looking for more volunteers. Are you interested and would like more information with no obligation? Contact John King:  ‭(425) 432-0631‬

Normally we meet the third Thursday

of every month except December

11:00am to 2:00pm

Meetings canceled due to Coronavirus until further notice.

Come chat and meet new friends. Snacks and coffee provided.

Commander Reese remembering

Past Commander Bruce Welder

Past Commanders/Past Presidents Luncheon


Law and Order Night



Good day Legionnaires...Membership is off to a good start with 64% renewals and one new member, WELCOME. If you haven’t renewed yet, remember you can’t be in the drawing for one of four giH cards to restaurant of your choice. Value of the card is $40.00, and the drawing will be on 10 November. The Veterans Day parade in Auburn this year is a private vehicle 3 mile drive by. Our Army vehicle doesn’t meet the seatbelt requirements, so as a Post we won’t be participating. Take the time to look at the calendar to see what activities you would like to participate in, once
Covid is over. The Post has 2 social events each month, once we are in phase 3. Café Vets the 3rd Thursday of every month, except December, 1100 –1400. Come enjoy coffee, light snacks, and great conversation. And towards the end of the month there is a potluck dinner or dining out, sometmes we don’t know where we are going until that month. You don’t
have to come to the Post meetings to participate in the social events. If you have any ideas what we can do socially please contact me. I miss the interactions we all have and I’m sure you do. Stay safe and healthy.

Patty Hurst Reese - Commander



Renewal notices are out now. Please don’t tarry in renewing this coming year. It’s easiest to do it on-line. Go to and follow the RENEWAL prompts. If you’re an “early bird”, you might win a prize! (See COMMANDER’S CORNER)


James Wilhoit


Our Post sponsors four scouting units: Boy Scout Troop 498 (40 youths), Cub Scout Pack 468 (30 youths), and Venture Crew 498 (10 youths). The Venture group just started in 2017 and is made up of both boys and girls, and they meet at the Post on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. If you’d like to get involved with the Scouts, contact Scouting Chair Tom Mechler, 425-255-0922, 

Boy Scouts sexual abuse claims information.

The Post has Medical Support Equipment includ- ing Wheel Chairs, Walkers, Crutches and Shower Chairs. Any member can borrow any of these. items at no cost just by contacting the Chaplain or the Adjutant and showing their Membership card at the time of pick up.

We still need a couple more legionnaires to volunteer for the Honor Guard at the National Cemetery. We go there on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Tuesdays of each month. The Post supplies some clothing. Call John King at 425-432-0631 for more information.