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Ride will travel through eight states, cover more than 1,300 miles while raising funds for children of servicemembers killed on active duty.
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Multiple hotel choices exist for each night of the Legacy Run.
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The Legacy Run may end on Aug. 21, but plenty of fun is planned for riders after arriving in North Carolina.
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More than 170 participants signed up for 2014 American Legion Legacy Run.
Legion Riders chapter raises $3,000 to sponsor an apartment in new long-term homeless veterans facility.
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Materials will use Legion Riders as one example of how all Legion programs support veterans, families, children and the community.
Committee members appointed by national commander during Fall NEC Meetings.
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During the fourth annual Fall Ride to Camp, Wisconsin Legion Riders raise $12,632 for Camp American Legion.
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Ride that left Indianapolis and traveled 1,500 miles to national convention sets donation record, brings overall total to more than $4 million in eight Legacy Runs.
Aug. 22 proclaimed "American Legion Legacy Run Day" as 2013 Run wraps up in League City, Texas, having raised more than $334,000.
Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors provides more than $7,000 worth of equipment to Fort Hood Warrior Transition Battalion.
Riders get a chance to spend time with wounded warriors from Fort Hood, then a familiar name offers a big donation during Legacy Run's Day 4.
Despite 'grueling' heat that hit mid-90s, ride covers 368 miles on Day 3.
PNC Tom Bock, who oversaw the first Legacy Run, is in Missouri to see how much the event has grown.
Legacy Run participants stop at Missouri Veterans Home, bring donation total to more than $119,000.
Kickoff event raises more than $80,000 for American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Operation Comfort Warriors will present thousands of dollars worth of sporting goods, outdoor games to Fort Hood WTB.
Motorcycle ride will travel 1,500 miles from Indianapolis to Houston, raising money for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund along the way.
Legion will join with Sears, Rebuilding Together to revitalize homeless veterans facility in Houston during national convention.
American Legion Riders Chapter 24 in Tombstone, Ariz., collect thousands of dollars for foundation benefiting Arizona veterans.
Group assignments for the Legacy Run, which leaves Indianapolis Aug. 18, are now available online.
Teaming up with Soldier’s Wish, Legion staff, volunteers reach out to hundreds of veterans attending the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
All Riders are invited to serve as escort to veterans center rebuild, attend convention meeting.
More than 400 riders have registered for the 2013 American Legion Legacy Run; online registration ends Aug. 9.
Legion Riders find oasis on way to Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the form of Legion Post 311.
Legion Post 33 teams up with VFW to feed thousands of hungry visitors at the Sturgis Motorcyle Rally.
The American Legion’s Legacy Run has raised $3.3 million in scholarship money for children whose parents have died on active duty since 9/11.
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Rebuilding Together, Craftsman seeking veterans attending Sturgis Rally to help renovate Vet’s Club of Sturgis.