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"We expect to have every service man in this community a member by next meeting." - Donnybrook American Legion Post Commander George Constans, July 30, 1920
On July 28, 1920, 15 World War I Soldiers in Donnybrook signed a formal request for a local American Legion post.
On the application to state headquarters in
The name was used to honor Clarence McCormack who was killed in action during World War I.
Just two days later, state commander Jack Williams wrote a letter to the Donnybrook group telling them that Donnybrook would have a charter...
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