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National Commander Dan Dellinger tasks Legionnaires with keeping the Legion's name at the forefront and growing membership.
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Legionnaires will convene in Indianapolis for the Legion’s 51st annual National Membership Workshop.
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Four district commanders will be honored on stage during national convention in Charlotte, N.C.
The elite Gold Brigade Award for recruiting 50 or more new members was awarded to 106 Legionnaires; 54 Legionnaires received the Silver Brigade Award for recruiting 25-49 new members.
Robert Stone of Las Vegas raises the Legion’s visibility in his community by recognizing patriotism.
The Commander Dellinger Eagle Award was awarded to the top department in each Big Twelve category showing the largest percentage of membership growth.
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National commander closes Spring NEC Meetings with reminder that Legion's clout depends on a vibrant membership base.
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American Legion National Executive Committeemen tasked with renewing four members from their departments by tomorrow morning.
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Maryland post jumps from 27 members to 466 in 13 years.
Just a few years removed from suggestions to turn in its charter, Post 1181 in Middletown, N.Y., has grown its membership by more than 300 percent in the past two years.
Department of Puerto Rico Legionnaires, two of them New York City natives, travel to the Bronx for a three-day membership revitalization effort.
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Orcutt Post 534 shares about the good work The American Legion has done since 1919 and continues to do, in support for all veterans.
The 2013-2014 forms can be completed and submited online at mylegion.org.
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Department Commander Art Schwabe and Adjutant Mike McDaniel will parachute from a plane if membership reaches its 2013-2014 goals.
Smartphone application offers easy access to join or renew, find a local post, donate and more.
Questions and answers about the Legion’s Paid Up For Life membership program.
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A Paid Up for Life Membership means no more dues notices, a lifetime subscription to The American Legion Magazine, and never being at risk of facing a dues increase.
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Legion staff, volunteers on site at the annual SHOT Show in Las Vegas – the largest trade show for shooting sports, hunting and law-enforcement industries.
Membership committee looks at ways to propel a “culture of growth” through positive communications about The American Legion.
National Membership & Post Activities Committee re-evaluates the organization’s strategic plan to ensure a culture of growth is achieved.
American Legion meetings with the Internal Revenue Service resulted in change to guidelines requiring posts to keep copies of members' DD-214s on file.
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DD-214s only required if an agent has information that contradicts information provided by a post.
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Over the past four years, members of Post 555 inside Indiana’s Miami Correctional Facility have donated to youth groups, military charities and more.
Homeward Bound event raises funds to help veterans with post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries.
Home of Los Angeles Post 8 rededicated after more than $45 million in renovations and three decades of uncertainty.
Department of Indiana Legionnaires campaign on the radio, TV, at Colts NFL and baseball games.
On Nov. 10, actors Alan Alda and Joe Mantegna will co-host “Homeward Bound” fundraiser to support veterans with PTSD and TBI.
Six Legion departments showing highest percentage of membership gain from Oct. 9-May 8 in their respective categories will receive metallic eagle statue.