Livermore Legion finds new way to serve

Clockwise seated from left: Livermore American Legion members representing 280 years of membership in the Otto Field Legion Post 415 Ron Zeimet (44), Keno Underberg (73), Paul McKibban (48), Eugene Mertz (59) and Floyd Raney (57). The men were gathered last week in honor of the Legion opening its basement as a new lounge in town, Otto’s 415. Humboldt Independent photo.

Just in time for Livermore Daze, the Livermore American Legion, Otto Field Post No. 415, comes to the community’s rescue.
The Legion basement has been a meeting area for not just Legion members, but for public gatherings for many years. Since the Livermore Community Center closed several years ago, people like to have a place to congregate and socialize.
“Like every other organization, we were hurt by COVID-19,” Legion member and Team Livermore organizer Steve Larson said.
Otto’s 415 was born, the lounge will be open Wednesdays through Saturdays from 4:15 p.m. to 10 p.m. The bar has beer and wine and is working on obtaining a liquor license to serve mixed drinks.

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