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Easily surpassing the goal of $450,000, this year's Run brings in more than $634,000 for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
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Mixed emotions as Legacy Run comes to an end; donations total more than $360,000 heading into national convention
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Riders from Great Britain and Germany are taking part in the Legacy Run. The reason is pretty simple: They believe in the cause.
From people lining the overpasses of Iowa to an amazing reception in Albert Lea, Minn., Tuesday was truly a special day for the 2010 Legacy Run and its participants.
When it comes to getting 200-plus motorcycles through a gas station, several factors come into play. A good sense of humor also helps.
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Sunday's Legacy Run went 430 miles in the August heat. But the ride's purpose - and a chance to see old friends and meet new ones - makes it worth it to participants.
Legion Rider Dick Woods can chat and is folksy friendly. But when it comes to safety and the rules of the Legacy Run, 'Uncle Dick' is all business.
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301 American Legion Riders will leave Indianapolis with a singular goal: raising $450,000 for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Ride that raises money for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund gets underway Aug. 22.
Run departs Indianapolis Aug. 22 with a goal of raising $450,000 for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
The 2010 Legacy Run will leave Indianapolis on Aug. 22 and stop in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota and Wisconsin before ending in Milwaukee.
A goal of $450,000 has been set for the motorcycle ride that raises funds for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
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A goal of $450,000 has been set for the 2010 run.
Whether it's raising funds or providing toys for children, The American Legion Riders are making a difference wherever they ride.
Legion Riders will depart from Indianapolis on Aug. 22 and arrive Aug. 26 in Milwaukee, the site of the Legion’s 92nd National Convention.
A September 2010 Caribbean cruise will raise funds for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
Army Spec. Don Gerlla was missing in action for more than 40 years. After his remains were discovered, the Patriot Guard made sure he received the tribute he deserved when he arrived home.
Motorcycle riders gather at 9/11 crash site to honor the memory of a fallen soldier.
Legion Riders and other motorcyclists go far beyond their $400,000 fundraising goal for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
Legion Riders post record participation numbers for the fourth annual Legacy Run.
Riders participated in a wreath presentation at the Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville, Pa.
Legion Riders raise $75,000 to save Missouri home for at-risk girls
Nearly 300 motorcycle riders, passengers and support staff will roar out of Indianapolis on Aug. 18 on the fourth annual American Legion Legacy Run.
American Legion Riders in Mississippi took to the highways June 13, riding into Jackson from four different directions to raise money for the Tupelo Children's Mansion, which provides shelter and support for abused children.
Combined with other donations, Camp Smile-a-Mile received a total of $30,000.
Missing in America Project team and the Old Guard Riders will embark on a cross-country motorcycle trip to escort the remains of three heroes to Arlington National Cemetery.