Citizens of Stone Harbor, Avalon and Cape May County observe Memorial Day Ceremony and enjoy a free lunch.

American Legion officers are sworn in on Flag Day. Pictured here are (from Left to right): Tom McCullough, Al Carusi,  Bill Keenan, Art Faint, Ted Ramsey, Commander Kevin Coyle,  Ray Spell,  Ed White.

Pictured above is the home to Post 331. Returning from WWII, our founding members, pitched in to buy the decommissioned US Coast Guard Station. Built as a US Life Saving Station in 1895, today it is refurbished inside and out. It houses a museum of military artifacts and archives from WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. Also on display are murals, pictures and placards explaining the methods used by the first US Life Savers that protected the New Jersey maritime traffic.

Stephen C. Ludlam Post 331

Since our activation in 1945, Stephen C. Ludlam Post 331 of the American Legion has been welcoming veterans from all branches of our Armed Forces. We support military personnel currently serving our country and look back on the veterans through out our Nation’s history. We keep alive the memories of their mission and sacrifice for justice, freedom and democracy. And we maintain the principles of the Preamble to the Constitution of The American Legion.