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The Eight and Forty Lung and Respiratory Disease Nursing Scholarship is offering $5,000 in aid to registered nurses desiring career advancement.
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Musical group donates money to scholarship fund after winning the top prize on the TV game show ‘Don’t Forget the Lyrics.’
The 2010 Samsung American Legion Scholarship recipients each recieved $20,000 for undergraduate studies.
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As Legion Riders prepare for the Legacy Run beginning Aug. 22, an American Legion Legacy Scholarship recipient shares his appreciation for the award.
Ten nurses receive the $3,000 Eight & Forty Lung and Respiratory Disease Nursing Scholarship.
Vote daily for $250,000 in Pepsi Refresh Everything Project
Applications for the Samsung American Legion Scholarship must be submitted upon participants' arrival to their 2010 Boys State or Girls State programs.
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Applications for the $3,000 Eight and Forty Lung and Respiratory Disease Nursing Scholarship are due by mid-May.
Follow the link on the right side of legion.org and cast your daily votes in the Pepsi Refresh Everything project.
The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund is competing for $250,000 Pepsi Refresh Everything grant.
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Portion of sales of book providing cost-cutting tips goes directly to The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund.
The American Legion's top college financial aid resource continues to meet the needs of students in pursuit of higher education.
Applications submitted for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship must be postmarked by April 15.
Natalie Baca has stayed active in various campus activities since her freshman year at Carroll College in Montana.
Each year, The American Legion offers scholarships to provide young people the opportunity to pursue higher education.
The Eight and Forty Scholarship offers $3,000 in aid to registered nurses desiring career advancement.
A year ago, Citadel and Virginia Military Institute partnered with The American Legion to raise more than $6,000 for The American Legion Legacy Scholarship fund. The three will partner again this weekend.
Eleven students each win $20,000 scholarships
On Sept. 23, 2004, Sgt. 1st Class Otie J. McVey was medically evacuated from Baghdad. The 53-year-old Army reservist from Oak Hill, W.Va., was treated for an illness unrelated to combat.
Save hundreds of dollars each month and help pay for a college education for children of U.S. military men and women who die on active duty.
Pennsylvania motorcycle enthusiasts will embark on the third annual Master Sgt. Sean M. Thomas Memorial Ride, raising money for the future education of Thomas’ daughter, Alexa.