The American Legion

Peter J Courcy Post 178

Frisco, TX

Welcome to the American Legion, Peter J Courcy Post 178, Frisco, Texas website. Post 178 is named for Frisco resident Peter J. Courcy, who was KIA in Afghanistan in 2009. Today, our Frisco American Legion continues to serve our country by serving our community in a multitude of ways. Some of our programs include supporting our veterans through financial assistance, visiting veterans in retirement and rehabilitation facilities, our Color & Honor Guard presenting the colors for events large and small, and fighting for our veterans rights.

We are also very involved with youth programs in Frisco by teaching patriotism in schools, sponsoring Frisco students in the Boys State leadership program at the state capital in Austin, hosting an oratorical competition, funding scholarships, and supporting local Scout Troops.

Membership Meetings

Membership meetings will be held on the third Monday at 6:30 p.m. at:

The Grove at Frisco Commons
Commons Hall
8300 McKinney Road
Frisco, Texas 75034


We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)(19) organization, so 100% of your donation goes to work in your community, helping our citizens and our veterans!

Recent News

American Legion Post 178 BBQ Breakfast Social

American Legion Post 178 BBQ Breakfast Social

American Legion Post 178 Breakfast Social and Delbert Parsons Appreciation Event For members and Veterans Aug 6, 2022 9-11:00 A.M. The Grove at Frisco Commons 8300 McKinney Rd, Frisco, TX 75034 MENU Breakfast Tacos from Tenders Smokehouse Donuts Assorted Fruit Coffee...

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New Post Challenge Coins Arrive!

New Post Challenge Coins Arrive!

The newly designed Post 178 Challenge Coins have arrived, look fantastic, and are available for purchase! The project team, which was led by Ed Reed and included Fred Rogers, Delbert Parsons, and Jose Torres, began design efforts in early June. In less than 60 days...

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The Fourth of July—also known as Independence Day or July 4th—has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941, but the tradition of Independence Day celebrations goes back to the 18th century and the American Revolution. On July 2nd, 1776, the Continental...

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