American Legion Post 108
In the fall of 1930, five former servicemen met in an old house on Denny Johnson’s Orange Grove on Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz. On January 16, 1937, Post 108 received a Temporary Charter.was an informal community consisting of former World War I Veterans. The decision to organize an American Legion Post resulted in a Permant Charter on May 3, 1937, from the conclusion of these Veterans that the American Legion was the representative Veterans’ organization in this country. That conclusion has been proven true as today, the American Legion is the largest wartime Veterans’ organization, with nearly 13,000 American Legion Posts worldwide and over 2 million combined members. The American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of The American Legion, membership in what is known as The American Legion Family, exceeds 3 million who care about America, Veterans, their families, and our nation’s youth.