DANIEL W. DOWLING

Post
769

SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE THE 1950'S

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FRIDAY: BAR OPEN 12PM
SATURDAY: BAR OPEN 12PM
SUNDAY: BAR OPEN 12PM
SUNDAY: DINNERS: 1-4PM
SUNDAY: VENDORS 1-4PM

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All Members are requested to attend. Get involved, get updates and help prepare the rest of the year. Need a ride? Call 215-859-1619. See you there!!

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Our History

The Dowling Post – located on Maple Avenue - in Whitpain Township’s West Ambler – was built by the members in the early 1950’s. Ever since, it has been a mainstay of the community and home to countless civic and social occasions for generations of area residents. Today, our more than 100 members are as committed as ever to mentoring young people, sponsoring community programs, promoting patriotism, and continued devotion to active duty members and our fellow veterans. We are proud to be a diverse and thriving non-profit, veterans service organization, and always reliable community partner.

Courtesy: Article by the LA Times… WWII museum tells story of African American soldiers who ‘fought for the right to fight’ (Library of Congress) 

“African American soldiers fought on two fronts: They battled America’s enemies, but they also had to struggle for equality in their service to their country. A new exhibit at New Orleans’ World War II Museum tells some of that story.” Learn More!!

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