Post 924 Legion Riders


 Our meetings are the 4th Tuesday of the month except for August, November and December at 8:00 pm at the Coraopolis VFW.


Frank Lubawy, President

Ed Ford, Finance Officer and Chaplain

Scott Lambert, Secretary and Safety Officer

Rob Holtgraver, Ride Captain and Sgt At Arms

Legion Riders today

Currently, over 110,000 American Legion Riders meet in over 2,000  chapters in every domestic department and in at least three foreign  countries. Riders in Iowa have formed an honor guard called The Five  Star Freedom Riders, and Riders in Mulvane, Kan., founded the Patriot  Guard to protect the sanctity of military funerals from protesters.  Riders in all states have escorted military units returning home from  combat tours overseas, conducted massive cross-country fundraising  events for wounded warriors from all services, and have raised millions  of dollars for countless local, state and national charities. Many  Riders, supported by their departments, conduct annual statewide  Legacy Runs in direct support of American Legion scholarship progras of  Operation Comfort Warriors (OCW), supporting our wounded servicemembers  across the nation.  

True to the Legion's grassroots tradition, each chapter manages its  programs at the post level, where the best ideas are born. The Riders  are part of many projects and events, including:

  • Rolling Thunder, the annual POW/MIA rally in Washington on Memorial Day weekend.
  • Annual regional rides such as Operation Wounded Warrior, sponsored  by Riders in Nevada, Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, California and  other Western states.
  • Local charity events in support of The American Legion and local communities.
  • Raising money for VA hospitals, women and children centers, children and youth centers, schools and other facilities.
  • Sponsoring or participating in motorcycle runs to benefit numerous charities.
  • Local memorial ceremonies and community parades.
  • The American Legion Legacy Run, an annual cross-country fundraising  ride from National Headquarters in Indianapolis to the national  convention city.
  • Riding to honor fallen military men and women, and to protect the  sanctity of their funerals from those who would dishonor their memory.
  • Escorting military units to departure airfields and airports for  combat tours overseas, and welcoming them home upon their return.

Constitution and By Laws

Meetings and Dues

Dues are $10.00 annually day of every month except August, November and December at 8:00PM (immediately following the SAL meeting) at The Coraopolis VFW.

Dues are $10.00 annually

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Legion Riders Chapter 924 Constitution and Bi-Laws (pdf)