- American Legion Post 103 - 350 E. Main St. Mooresville, In. 46158 - Ph. (317)834-1173 -

SaturdayTreasure Hunt Drawing Night
Drawing at 8:00PM - No Tickets Sold After 7:30PM

Hours: Monday thru Saturday Open 10:00 AM Close 11:00 PM
Sunday Open 12:00 AM Close 11:00 PM


Commander History


How Long


Larry Fouch 3 Months 1998
Bill Sortore 2 Years 1998-2000
Gary Pryor 2 Years 2000 - 2002
John Clayton 2 Years 2002 - 2004
Rodney Rushing 2 Years 2004 -2006
Herb Hoffman 2 Years 2006 - 2008
Don Barry 1 Year 2008 - 2009
Dave Gilbert 1 Years 2009 - 2010
John Chamness 1 Year 2010 - 2011
Rodney Rushing 1 Year 2011 - 2012
Kenneth Pridemore 2 Years 2012 - 2014
Tom Perry 1 Year, 4 Months 2014 - 2015
David Gorsuch 8 Months 2016 - 2017
Kenneth Pridemore 1 Year  2017 - 2018
Robert Stine 1 Year  2018 - 2019
Emily Armstrong 2 Years  2019 - 2021
Nick Kirk 1 1/2 Years  2021 - 2022
Vicki Stephany 1/2 Year  2022 - 2023
Randy Pease   2023 - Current

Post History
As written by Gary Pryor

  • Temporary Charter 15 Nov. 1997
  • Permanent Charter 21 Mar. 1998
  • Auxiliary and SAL Charters 28 Mar. 1998
  • First Newsletter 3 Feb 1999
  • Rented 18' x 20' Room at 329B Indianapolis Rd. 9 Feb. 1999
  • Rented 329A 1360 Sq Ft Together 17 Apr. 1999
  • Open House of Old Post Nov. 1999
  • First Parade Monrovia Festival Sept. 1999
  • Gaming and Liquor Licenses Aug 1999
  • First Old Settlers Parade Aug 2000
  • First Golf Outing 15 Sept 2001
  • First Scholarship Award
  • Sponsors of Old Settlers Parade Aug 2002
  • Final Purchase of land from H. Bible Jun. 2006
  • Sunco started construction
  • Paraded colors from old post to new Post 25 Aug 2003
  • Grand Opening (Commanders Trio) 25 Oct. 2003
  • First Flag Retirement Ceremony Monrovia Scouts Oct. 1999
  • First Flag Retirement Ceremony Scouts New Post July 2004
  • First Band Old Post -  Country Morgan Band June 1999
  • First District Meeting New Post 27 Sept. 2003
  • Broke Ground with National Commander Ron Conley Jan. 2003
  • Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with State Commander Lowell Sullivan 25 Oct. 2003
  • Post First Donation Mooresville Police $500.00 1999
  • Post Song - The Perfect Country and Western Song
  • Post Band - The Commanders Trio


Helping Our Veterans!
Making it happen!

Ask about our special drawings, nightly, monthly. with winners all the time!
Getting the most for all who served in all branches of our military.

Preamble to the Constitution
of The American Legion

For God and Country
We associate ourselves together for the
following purposes:

To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America  
To Maintain Law and Order  
To foster and perpetuate a one hundred percent Americanism  
To preserve the memories and incidents of our associations in the Great Wars  
To inculcate a sense of individual obligation to the Community, State and Nation  
To combat the autocracy of both the classes and the masses  
To make right the Master of Might  
To promote Peace and Goodwill on earth  
To Safeguard and transmit to posterity the principles of Justice, Freedom and Democracy  
To consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by our devotion to mutual helpfulness  






"Enter as a stranger, Leave as a friend"



Belonging to an organization that concentrates its efforts toward our Veterans, God, Country and Community


Work with veterans and their families to get help through State Veterans Administration

Honor Guard for military portion of funerals

Nursing Home Visits

Sponsor of Veterans Memorial in Mooresville

Veterans Day Activities

4th Grade Flag Education program available for schools

Sponsor for Boy Scout Troop 203, our in house troop

Sponsors up to 10 Boys State candidates

Sponsor for Food Banks

Sponsor Senior Citizens Center in Mooresville

Sponsor for Mooresville Park and Recreation

Corporate Sponsor for Mooresville High School

5 College Scholarships for Mooresville seniors and member's children and grandchildren

Sponsor for summer boys and girls athletic teams

Sponsor of July 4th Activities at the Park

Organizes "Old Settlers Veterans Parade"

These are a few of the programs the American Legion Post 103 participates in and all

are funded through membership dues and the gaming account





Message Points:

The American Legion is comprised of 55 state-level "departments" in each of the 50 states as well as the District of Columbia, France, Mexico, Philippines and Puerto Rico. There are almost 13,000 local "posts" throughout the state level.

The 2017 current national membership is roughly 2 million.

In 2017, our online renewal process was again well received by the membership and produced better than expected results. Over 245,000 members used this option.

The American Legion extended its service in communities across the country through the development and revitalization of close to 2,500 posts in 2016.

One of the fastest growing activities in The American Legion is the Legion Riders. They raised more than 1.2 million dollars for the 2017 Legacy Run, from Indianapolis to Reno in support of The American Legion Legacy Fund—a fund which provide scholarships to the children of active duty troops who died while serving in the military since September 11, 2001.

The American Legion attracts younger veterans. Active-duty members are eligible to join - and they are joining. In fact, The American Legion has over 500,000 members who joined under the War on Terrorism, Persian Gulf, Lebanon/Grenada and Panama War periods of eligibility. Today's active duty service members continue to join.

The American Legion is "Still Serving America." This is only a part of what The American Legion posts did "for God and Country" in program year 2016-2017.


1. Donated more than 4 million hours of service to communities.

2. Post Service Officers handled 162,417 cases of veterans seeking benefits and just compensation from the department of Veterans Affairs.

3. Devoted over 785,000 hours of volunteer service to Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals.

4. Donated 78,767 pints of blood to collection centers nationwide, making The American Legion the nation's single largest blood donor.

5. Annually contributes nearly $40 million on programs benefiting children and youth.

6. Awarded more than 9,300 medals to Junior ROTC Students.

7. Sponsored almost 19,000 American Legion Boys State delegates.

8. Sponsored more than 2,000 Scouting units serving more than 46,816 youngsters.

9. Sponsored more than 1,900 American Legion Baseball teams and an additional 1,424 youth baseball squads.

10. Awarded more than $4.4 million in college scholarships to deserving students.

Ask about our special drawings, nightly, monthly.with winners all the time.
Making it happen!
Getting the most out of our special offers.

More will be posted as we go and updates on a regular basis.
"More coming soon".

American Legion Post 103

Home Auxiliary SAL ALR

350 E. Main St. Mooresville, IN.


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