Mike Jackson


Open Position​


Emmett Thomason


Bob Pillmore

service officer

Open Position


​Stan Lipinski recently stepped in to replace Dr. Ron Stried when Ron announced that he was moving out of town.  Ron will be missed.  Stan has already taken command and us looking forward to leading the Post into the 2021-2022 fiscal year.  His first action will be the consolidation of nominations for election of officers for the coming year.

Post Commander


Find out how you can become a member of this unique Post! We're always in search of new and active members to join and support our great community.

charitable projects

Part of our mission is to provide to our local communities and to help serve the Veteran population. Find out how you can give back, or how we may be able to help you or someone you know


Keep up-to-date with all the current events in your Legion. Find out when our General and executive Committee Meetings are conducted. Also how you can volunteer your time! 


Bill Welch

The American Legion 

Mission Statement

The American Legion strives to promote a better understanding of the principles of democracy and to inculcate among all people a higher appreciation of the benefits of American citizenship.  To serve the needs of all veterans and their families.  To fulfill our commitment to community, state, and nation.

Onion Creek American Legion Post 326 began on November 4, 1985 as an organization when the application for a temporary Charter was submitted.  The third and final endorsement for a permanent Charter was received on January 6, 1986.  The application for a permanent Charter was submitted on July 10, 1986, and was awarded effective September 30, 1986

Onion Creek American Legion Post 326 is a non-profit organization, has no Post-owned facilities, no capitalized investments, equipment, furniture, buildings, etc., and is a tax-exempt entity. 

Post 326 is located in Travis County, of Texas, in a community of over 1200 homes surrounding the Onion Creek Club.  The Post meeting place is the Onion Creek Club house, which provides both a meeting room and dining facilities for members and guests and can easily accommodate as many as 200 people.   

General Meetings are regularly scheduled on the first Wednesday of even numbered months.  Members, their spouses and/or guests, attend the meetings that include a social hour beginning at 6:00 PM, followed by a short business meeting beginning at 7:00 PM, followed by dinner and a guest speaker.  Members are charged individually for drinks and/or dinner and may pay by check, credit card, debit card, or charge to their Onion Creek Club account.  

Veterans of all the U.S. military branches of service (who qualify) are eligible to become a member of the Post.  Post 326 currently has an active membership of approximately 185 members.  We do not have an American Legion Auxiliary, but spouses are welcomed and encouraged to participate in all our activities.  We publish a bi-monthly newsletter to keep our membership informed. 

American Legion Post 326 has granted $271,000 in High School “Scholarships and $96,000 in scholarships dedicated to Honorably Discharged Veterans  returning to complete their college education over the past 20 years. 

American Legion Post 326 supports a variety of veterans and community projects that promote and foster the ideals of the American Legion.  Please see section on Charitable Projects for a complete listing of projects supported by the Post.

To raise funds to support the charitable activities authorized and approved by the Post Executive Committee, the Post conducts an annual Memorial Golf Tournament.  The tournament is open to amateurs statewide and is played on the Onion Creek Club Original Course.  The tournament is usually conducted during the month of May.  Please see section on Memorial Golf Tournament for complete details.


Bob Caudill​

1ST Vice CDR

Mike Jackson


Onion Creek Post 326

2nd Vice CDR

Larry Hohl

Stanley Lipinski


P.O. Box 314 Manchaca, TX 78652


Tom Harder


Chuck Teague


Read a review of the Post's activities for the past year


Jerry Patterson