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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.
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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.
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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.
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When it comes to inviting prospective members to your post, give them a reason to return.
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Membership & Post Activities Committee meeting in Indianapolis this week to discuss various subjects, hear from Legion leaders.
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Legionnaires in Mexico City financially assist a shelter for abused and abandoned girls.
The blind girls of Casa Rosa de la Torre have a friend in The American Legion.
For more than 50 years, Alan Seeger Post 2 in Mexico City has supported a school bearing the Legion’s name.
Posts with questions regarding Employee Identification Numbers can contact the Internal Revenue Service.
Detroit revitalization/outreach effort brings in new, renewed members while providing VA claims help for 22 area veterans.
Department of Michigan Legionnaires will team with national staff during three-day membership push this week.
Posts that don’t file IRS forms face losing tax-exempt status
National staff members from the Legion invited veterans and their families to Post 8 to educate them about their service-entitled benefits.
The Legion will intensify its focus on veterans in the nation's capitol this week with a benefits fair that focuses on health care, education benefits and job counseling.
National Recruiter of the Year embraces new technology but still believes the best way to bring in new members is just to ask.
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National Commander Clarence Hill among speakers during three-day event that will touch on transition assistance, membership strategies.
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Only 27 and serving as commander of the second largest post in Wyoming, Loren Davis says a kinship exists between he and the older veterans in his post.
A three-day revitalization effort in upper New York brought in 50 members to a post in need of active members.
Indiana Legionnaire uses his passion for fishing to get the word out about services available for veterans transitioning into civilian life.
At Legion Post 147 in James Island, S.C., a Purple Heart citation for one of the original "Band of Brothers" was returned to the family of the man who earned it.
At long last, a Purple Heart citation for a member of the original "Band of Brothers" is returning to the family of the man who earned it.
Five district commanders, their guests will be honored on stage during national convention in Milwaukee.
100 percent of membership goal is the final target date before delegate strength in July.
Winning district commander in each category will receive an all-expense paid trip to the 2010 National Convention in Milwaukee. Certification forms are due by April 14.
Legion hopes to hit 95 percent of 2009-2010 membership goal by mid-April.