Ninth District Veterans' Association 14 Riversville Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 The Ninth District Veterans' Association is located on the west side of Riversville Road in Greenwich. The association…More has been at its current location since 1945, affording local war veterans a place to meet, socialize and confide in their fellow countrymen.
Byram Veterans Association 300 Delavan Ave, Greenwich, CT06830 The Byram Veterans Association honors and serves veterans in the community with a series of events, programs and social…More gatherings. They invite non-members to visit the clubhouse and consider supporting the organization through activities and community participation.
Tomac Burying Ground Tomac Ave & Roosevelt Ave, Old Greenwich, CT06870 Tomac Burying Ground in Old Greenwich is the oldest cemetery in town—a relic of 17th-century Greenwich. The small,…More gated graveyard sits on a parcel of land that the town's founders purchased from the local American Indians in 1640. The earliest Greenwich settlers are buried at Tomac Burying Ground. Their graves are marked by regular, uncarved stones that pepper the north end of the field. Also buried in the cemetery are at least 27 veterans of the Revolutionary War, six veterans of the War of 1812 and one Civil War veteran.
Chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919, the American Legion is now the nation's largest non-partisan veterans…More service organization. It is committed to promoting strong national security through the mentoring and sponsorship of youth programs on a community level.</p>
<p>Greenwich Legion members participate in local patriotic observances, provide assistance to veterans and their families, and sponsor a number of youth programs, including the Greenwich Cannons baseball team. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at this American Legion Hall on Glenville Road.</p>