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Tanner-Paull Tap Room, Post 120

Tanner-Paull Tap Room, Post 120 Tanner Paull American Legion Post 120 and Kane’s Pub and Grill. Daily specials and a Friday Fish Fry! Legion meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7pm.

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Operating as usual

Fri-yeah Fish Fry!
04/08/2022

Fri-yeah Fish Fry!

Come on out and celebrate Monday with fajitas and a little NCAA Championship Kane’s Bar and Grill.
04/04/2022

Come on out and celebrate Monday with fajitas and a little NCAA Championship Kane’s Bar and Grill.

Souvenirs of Service an exhibit dedicated to the items collected by soldiers from the Civil War through today. Check it ...
03/23/2022
Souvenirs of Service – Wisconsin Veterans Museum

Souvenirs of Service an exhibit dedicated to the items collected by soldiers from the Civil War through today. Check it out before it’s gone. exhibit runs through 2022.

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The items, collected from the Civil War era to modern-day, range from artillery shells to Zippo lighters and everything in between. Each item is presented along with its captivating backstory.

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03/17/2022

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🌈🍀🍻ST PATRICK’S DAY!! FREE green beer 7am-9am $3 Jameson shots, $2 pints of Green Beer and then FREE green beer 9pm til it’s gone!!! 🌈🍀🍻💥 Kitchen opens at 3pm!! 🔥Reubens, Irish Stew, Traditional Corned Beef Dinner and Guinness Brats also available! #itsgottabekanes🌈🍀🍻

Live Music and Raffles (Bourbon, Meat, & more)! April 23rd, doors open at 6:30. $10 cover. #theLiamFordBand #JoesCousinO...
03/07/2022

Live Music and Raffles (Bourbon, Meat, & more)! April 23rd, doors open at 6:30. $10 cover.

#theLiamFordBand #JoesCousinOneManBand

Friday Fish and Chicken Fry at Kane’s Bar and Grill. Opening today at 3:00!*baked fish not available today
02/25/2022

Friday Fish and Chicken Fry at Kane’s Bar and Grill. Opening today at 3:00!

*baked fish not available today

Tanner Paull Post 120 is excited to announce the opening of Kane’s Bar and Grill!  Opening today 2/25/2022 at 3:00!
02/25/2022

Tanner Paull Post 120 is excited to announce the opening of Kane’s Bar and Grill! Opening today 2/25/2022 at 3:00!

01/25/2022

2022 Cabin rentals are filling up quick. Contact John Marsh at 414-545-0198 to reserve your week today.

12/08/2021

Dec 7, 1941.
Never forget.
Never forget the cowardly attack
Never forget the bravery of those who fought
back
Never forget the sacrifice of those at home
Never forget the “big stick” used to end it all in
the ultimate “don’t start none won’t be none”
lesson
Never forget how as a nation we came
together
Never forget

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12/08/2021

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(DEC 03, 2021) VETERAN OF THE DAY – Marvin Cornett, a 99-year-old World War II veteran finally gets his medals.

Shaky but sturdy, retired Sgt. 1st Class Marvin Cornett stood tall in a uniform he hadn’t worn in more than half a century to receive an overlooked award he’d been due since 1944.

Donning his “Eisenhower jacket,” a green, waist-length jacket worn by the famous general in the later stages of World War II, a garrison cap and matching trousers, Cornett was the center of attention at American Legion Post 84, in Auburn, California, Monday for an outdoor ceremony in which he finally received his Purple Heart and Bronze Star Medal.

Cornett, 99, came in not an inch shorter or a pound heavier than in his fighting shape of three-quarters of a century past, when he stood 5-foot-2-inches tall and carried 110 pounds on his frame.

More than 77 years ago, after having helped capture Sicily, completing a nighttime combat jump in the rain and seeing heavy combat during the Allied invasion of Italy, Cornett was wounded during a combat assault at Anzio on Jan. 31, 1944, which pulled him from the front lines.

His wounds, severe enough to send him home, were listed in unit paperwork. But in the blur of wartime bureaucracy, they were lost.

Cornett served in Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne.

“You represent everything that is great with this country. You represent everything that is great with paratroopers,” Donahue said. “You are the 82nd Airborne Division.”

After his injury, Cornett was sent back to Fort Benning, Ga., to serve as an instructor at the Army’s Airborne School. It was there he met and fell in love with a new kind of soldier, Eloyce Miller of the Women’s Army Corps, who’d come to the base to work as a rigger, packing parachutes for the airborne training school.

The story of Marvin Cornett was submitted to TGGF by Joseph K. Marks, of Little Rock, AR. Written by Todd South. US. Army Times.

If you would like to nominate a special person for Veteran of the Day, please submit your story via email to: [email protected]

“Every Day is Memorial Day”
The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation
Web: www.TGGF.org

Photos from We Energies's post
11/16/2021

Photos from We Energies's post

10/21/2021

Liam Ford Band live @ the Tanner Paull.
Meat raffles & raffle baskets!
$10 cover, a portion of proceeds will be donated to the Milwaukee Homeless ?Veterans Initiative (MHVI).

November 13, 2021

Attention camouflaged heroes, here’s to you!Stop by Festival Foods on Fridays for a free cup of Joe and a donut.
08/17/2021

Attention camouflaged heroes, here’s to you!
Stop by Festival Foods on Fridays for a free cup of Joe and a donut.

Happy National Airborne Day to our veteran and active duty paratroopers.
08/16/2021

Happy National Airborne Day to our veteran and active duty paratroopers.

Happy 4th of July everyone and Happy Birthday America!
07/04/2021

Happy 4th of July everyone and Happy Birthday America!

Looking for 4th of July plans?  Look no further…..the city of Greenfield has planned a celebration with our troops and h...
06/19/2021
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Looking for 4th of July plans? Look no further…..the city of Greenfield has planned a celebration with our troops and hero's in mind! Please attend!!!

https://www.gfjuly4.com/

Greenfield's annual 4th of July Parade and Celebration is always a great time for everyone! The 2021 4th of July Celebration Theme - "Salute the Troops - Heroes In Our Hearts" 2021 Grand Marshal - Ret. MSgt. Larry Elliott USMC In 2020 we asked for nominations for a Grand Marshal. Mayor

Summer means cabin season and breathtaking sunrises over Lake Tomahawk. This beautiful moment was captured by Sylvia Web...
06/09/2021

Summer means cabin season and breathtaking sunrises over Lake Tomahawk. This beautiful moment was captured by Sylvia Weber from the porch on #4.

Cabin 4
06/07/2021

Cabin 4

Cabin 3
06/07/2021

Cabin 3

Cabin 1
06/07/2021

Cabin 1

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06/07/2021

Cabin 2

Photos from Tanner Paull American Legion Post 120's post
06/07/2021

Photos from Tanner Paull American Legion Post 120's post

Address

6922 W Orchard St
West Allis, WI
53214

Opening Hours

Monday 3pm - 11pm
Tuesday 3pm - 11pm
Wednesday 3pm - 11pm
Thursday 3pm - 11pm
Friday 3pm - 12am
Saturday 11am - 12am
Sunday 11am - 11pm

Telephone

(414) 476-5701

Website

www.legion.org

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Jan 31st, 2022. Presentation of Tanner-Paull's annual donation to the Special Olympics of West Allis by Adjutant Larry Elliott!
Greenfield 4th of July Celebration with our troops and hero's in mind! Please attend!!!
The City of West Allis will host a Memorial Day Observance Ceremony on Monday, May 31 at 11 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Park at 70th and National Avenue. Speakers, including Mayor Dan Devine will be joined by choral students from the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District who will perform “God Bless America” and the National Anthem. Miss West Allis will also be in attendance. For the safety of guests, masks or face coverings are strongly recommended. Socially distanced seating and hand sanitizer stations will be provided. After consulting with Tanner Paull American Legion Post 120, the Memorial Day Parade presented too many logistical challenges, and will not be held this year. Many of the organizations and performing groups have not been rehearsing in person. The City of West Allis is optimistic about hosting its Independence Day Parade on July 2 and fireworks on July 4 and is proceeding with planning these events with the safety of the public in mind. Sign up to receive text or email updates about City events: https://bit.ly/2AuTz3T
When is our next meeting?
For the safety of guests, this morning's Tanner Paull American Legion Post 120 Veterans Day Ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park has been canceled. To all those who have served, and those who continue to serve, we thank you for your service and wish you a Happy Veterans Day.
As we honor our veterans this Veterans Day, please note that all City buildings will remain open and garbage/recycling collection will not be impacted. Tanner Paull American Legion Post 120 will hold its Veterans Day Ceremony tomorrow at 11 a.m., at Veterans Memorial Park, 6900 W National Ave. In case of inclement weather, the short program will be held inside the Police Sub-Station at Vets Park. All are welcome.
Join the City in recognizing 100 years of service to veterans in our community by the Tanner Paull American Legion Post 120. Post 120 will be celebrating its anniversary on Nov. 9 with a big bash. 50% of proceeds will benefit Stars and Stripes Honor Flight. https://www.facebook.com/TannerPaullAmericanLegionPost120/photos/a.825740530935194/1415798711929370/?type=3&theater
Celebrate 100 years of Tanner Paull American Legion Post 120 on Nov. 9. Post 120 is named after 2 World War 1 veterans who served in the U.S. Army and were killed in action: Harold Tanner and John Leslie Paull. The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans.
Got to go on the Honor Flight 6/1/2019. It was awesome! A visit with our former Post chaplain Will Dewsenberry! Got to participate in the Vietnam Moving Wall ceremony in Greenfield 5/24-5/27 2019. I was honored by Quilt's for Veteran's and given an awesome Quilt which I will cherish! Photo of the the Moving Wall @ 1:00am in the morning, awesome! Got to meet the comfort dog's for Vet's organization who provides a great source of healing for Veteran's in need!❤️
Not sure who runs the restaurant banquet facilities these days. Was great when Lyle Sobczak ran it.
had a Friday fish fry and it was very good waitress was friendly and helpful