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Ellis County Detachment, 1452

Department of Texas, Southern Division

Marine Corps League Inc.

MEDIA GALLERY

This collection of images will continue to evolve over time as the Detachment spreads our wings fulfilling our mission throughout the Ellis County, Texas area. These pictures were taken at the 2018 Memorial Day service held at the Ennis Veterans Memorial in Ennis, Texas (Honor Guard) and at the 2018 Ennis Polka Festival Parade in downtown Ennis, Texas (Color Guard).

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MEEtings of the detachment

The detachment meets monthly in order to comply with federal regulations concerning nonprofit corporations, to take care of business that furthers the mission of the detachment and the League in the County, as well as for the members to be able to spend time together in camaraderie and fellowship.

The monthly membership meeting is held the last Thursday of every month at 1930 (7:30 pm) at the Refiners Fire Ministries International (RFMI) Church in Ennis, Texas. All potential members are encouraged to attend so as to receive more information and join the detachment. 

A monthly Officer's meeting is held the third Monday of every month at 1900 (7:00 pm) at the RFMI Church in Ennis, Texas. This meeting is a requirement for Officers; however, all members are welcome at any meeting of the detachment.

The address for the RFMI Church for all of the above meetings is 1611 W. Ennis Avenue Ennis, Texas 75119.

The Detachment's primary business (on the ground level) is done by committee. There are various committee's established by the Board of Trustees. Any Board of Trustees committee must be made up of primarily Trustees. There are several other committees that need volunteers. The location for these committee meetings is set by the Chairman.

Eagle scouts of america


The Marine Corps League supports the Boy Scouts of America as they promote traditional family values to America’s youth. The Eagle Scout Award Program is in place to recognize the achievements of our youth in attaining Scouting's highest award.

Every Scout who reaches the rank of Eagle Scout is presented a citizenship award. 
The Award  is usually held in conjunction with his local troop's Court of Honor ceremony. Upon request, a Marine from the local Detachment will attend your next Eagle Scout Court of Honor and present a Good Citizenship Award Certificate from the Marine Corps League to your new Eagle Scout. To initiate recognition by the Detachment, the supporting Boy Scout Troop should submit a request to the Detachment by downloading and completing the application form.  

Once the form is completed, email it to the Detachment at elliscountymarines@gmail.com.

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RESOURCES

There are many resources out there for veterans of all eras. This is great for the fact that in times of need all a veteran has to do is reach out to get in touch with someone who can help. The problem comes when there is too many resources to be able to sift through and process, which causes some veterans to not reach out at all. Use this handy reference page of compiled resources. We did the work for you, so go ahead, reach out...

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military funeral honors

The detachment has officially held our first Military Funeral Honors in honor of a deceased Marine Corps Veteran in early August 2018.

The detachment's Honor Guard is proud to start this program that is available FREE OF CHARGE to families of Veterans who were Honorably discharged from the military or who are still serving. 

To request Military Funeral Honors please speak with the Funeral Director at the Funeral Home.

2018 MARINE CORPS Ball - a huge success!!

The United States Marine Corps' 243rd Birthday Ball was hosted by the Ellis County Detachment 1452 on Saturday, November 10, 2018, and was a huge success for the future of the Marine Corps League Detachment. This was an excellent example of the community coming to together to support a cause that supports Veterans and their families during the post-transition phase of their lives from military service. The Detachment has one Marine Corps Reservist in our ranks, which proves that we are striving to be all inclusive to every Marine in our area, regardless of what stage they are in the walk as a Marine. 

On behalf of Commandant Robert Bell, we would like to extend our deepest gratitude to our County community at-large for your generosity in ensuring that we are able to carry our Vision and Mission forward into the future for the betterment of the Veterans and their families that it will benefit. 


The Ellis County Detachment 1452, Marine Corps League Inc. is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit corporation that is tax exempt in the State of Texas and with the United States Internal Revenue Service (Group exemption code: 0955). 

3804 Lake Bardwell Drive Ennis, Texas 75119


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