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Membership renewal deadline draws to a close.
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Sons of The American Legion National Commander shares his appreciation.
Bob Fulkerson encourages squadrons to follow the "Get Back to Blue" creed.
Reaching membership goal.
The Sons of the Eastern Region.
SAL members are encouraged to get involved with community programs.
Educate youth about flag etiquette.
FEMA is now delivering Wireless Emergency Alters by using the Commercial Mobile Alert System.
Josh dog brings comfort to children in need.
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Sons of The American Legion prepare for veteran events in May.
Sons of The American Legion members are encouraged to become involved in Legion Baseball.
Sons of The American Legion members are encouraged to assist families in need.
Sons of The American Legion Mid-West vice commander emphasizes the need for good communication in effort to increase membership.
Get youth involved with Cub and Boy Scouts to better prepare them for the future.
The Legionville School Safety Patrol Training Center in Minnesota teaches boys and girls the procedures of school-safety patrol work at intersections.
Sons of The American Legion have a goal of raising $400,000 for the Child Welfare Foundation.
A new brochure features ways to support The American Legion's "April is Children & Youth Month."
Being where the action is gives Legion members an opportunity to be a representative of the world’s largest veterans organization.
Get involved with "April is Children & Youth Month" by supporting the Special Olympics.
SAL members encouraged to educate youth on Americanism programs.
Community service should be a main focus of your local Squadron, as it is a small way for SAL members to honor and give back to family member’s who served our country.
Sons of The American Legion members are encouraged to get involved with the Boys State program.
New Sons of The American Legion web site better serves the needs of its visitors.
SAL’s Arizona detachment uses CWF grant to help comfort children of deployed parents.
Two members of a New York Sons squadron discover that a little media outreach can land some big on-air interviews.
James K. Roberts, III., a 33-year member of the Sons of The American Legion, is serving as the organization’s national commander for 2011-2012.