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National staff, volunteers will be in Stockton, Modesto next week to make area veterans aware of their benefits, Legion services available.
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New Consolidated Post Report shows the many ways Legionnaires are making differences in their communities and beyond.
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Department of Virginia Legionnaire, Frank Carr, wins Recruiter of the Year for the fourth time.
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James Koutz, leading candidate for 2012-2013 national commander, presents membership ideas to Legionnaires during workshop.
Retired Army colonel tells Legion that the newest generation of veterans has the opportunity to shine... with a little help.
Annual Membership Workshop will bring hundreds of Legionnaires to Indianapolis to receive training, discuss strategies for growing the organization.
Guidance in such areas as post development/revitalization, military outreach and public relations will be offered.
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Eight Vietnam War veterans who served aboard the USS Arikara reunite and meet members of the tribe for which the ship was named.
Target date determines national convention seating, parade order.
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New hearing health-care discounts for Legionnaires, Sons and immediate family members.
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The American Legion’s official training program can now be taken electronically.
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Buffalo, N.Y., Legionnaires making a big effort to keep their predominantly black post growing.
Department of New York Commander Mike Bowen believes that service is what sells The American Legion.
The programs directors of American Legion Boys Nation and American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation are meeting together to review plans for the 2012 sessions.
Long-term membership plan among topics to be discussed Jan. 6.
Blank forms will be mailed out in January to department headquarters for distribution to posts.
Individuals to be rewarded for bringing in eight new members into the organization during 2011-2012; incentives also offered to district commanders, posts.
2011 Consolidated Post Report summary illustrates the impact local Legionnaires make in their communities and our nation.
National Membership Workshop provides opportunity to take others' ideas and implement them at department, district and post levels.
Immediate past Department of Kentucky commander shares insight on how he helped his state go from near the bottom to the top in membership in one year.
Hundreds of Legionnaires are coming to Indianapolis this week for the National Membership Workshop; National Commander Foster among speakers scheduled.
Legion Post 1080 members in Mahopac, N.Y., hauled a 24-foot truck filled with everyday necessities to Legionnaires affected by the tornado in Joplin, Mo.
In the first days of availability, more than 25,000 members take advantage of convenient new service.
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Work done by fix-it-up show ‘Down & Dirty' provides a ‘heart beat' to Franklin Delano Post 938's memorial wall.
Hard work, committed leadership help push Department of Kentucky from 52nd to first in membership.
New booklet provides information on dozens of American Legion programs, serving as a valuable recruiting tool.
Veterans form Legion post in Cooper Road, La., to repay a community that meant so much to each of them.
When it comes to inviting prospective members to your post, give them a reason to return.
Membership & Post Activities Committee meeting in Indianapolis this week to discuss various subjects, hear from Legion leaders.
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