On the latest episode of “Everyday Encinitas,” I’m spotlighting American Legion Post 416 and chatting with Christian Schilling, one of its executive board members. The American Legion is a veteran-based nonprofit organization, and aside from having the coldest beer on F Street, Post 416 serves as a hub of community outreach.

Cited below for your convenience are timestamps that will direct you to various points in the video. Feel free to watch the full message or use these timestamps to browse specific topics at your leisure:

0:51 - The American Legion’s history and purpose
2:11 - A timeline of American Legion Post 416 and the types of community outreach they provide
3:41 - Their recent bar remodel and their plans to renovate other areas of the building
5:10 - A shoutout to their great staff
6:19 - Open mic nights, live music, wings, and what a night on the town looks like at American Legion Post 416
8:13 - Find more information at calegionpost416.org
8:49 - Wrapping things up with a quick toast
9:11 - What Post 416 means to its community veterans

I highly recommend you stop by American Legion Post 416 if you get a chance and salute the staff. It was my pleasure to learn more about our nation’s veterans and how we can help them.

If you own a local business or are a part of a community organization that you’d like to see showcased on a future episode of “Everyday Encinitas,” don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d love to hear from you!