History

The Mantz-Cavaliere Post 293 was chartered on February 16, 1941 and named in honor of Ambrose Mantz and Carmeno Cavaliere who were killed in World War I.  George W. Vonhoff was elected post Commander by the 16 charter members.  The Legion met first at the Mt. Bethel Grange and then at the Baptist Church, Cashin's store, members homes, and in 1945 broke ground for the present hall.
 
Take a short tour through Mantz-Cavaliere Post 293 history.