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Attendees of the Legion's National Children & Youth Conference sang a song of love for Rosie Albright, who received a lung transplant last year and lost her sister to Cystic Fibrosis.
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The Child Welfare Foundation grant recipient provides children with cancer or other serious illnesses with a glass, handmade bead for every step of their hospital treatment.
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American Legion helped the National Autism Association create the Big Red Safety Box program to keep children from wandering away from the safety of their homes.
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Flags for Freedom program brings community together and expands a relationship among businesses, veterans, school and others.
The American Public Education Foundation wants students to "unite and sing together" at and 10 a.m. PST and 1 p.m. EST.
The Immune Deficiency Foundation presented the Legion's Child Welfare Foundation with its Impact Award.
High school graduates in New York receive gifts they did not expect.
The conferences get underway in Indianapolis.
Nine ambitious college freshmen arrived in D.C. this week to see where history was made, honor and remember those who paved the way, and engage with other Samsung American Legion scholars.
Supported by American Legion posts, the National Flight Academy is helping students develop leadership, science, math and communication skills in an immersive environment.
During the month of April, Legion family members are encouraged to show their local community The American Legion’s commitment to young people.
The program is ending March 31.
The Legion's Child Welfare Foundation awarded 18 nonprofit organizations with grants to benefit their mission of supporting children and youth.
The Legion's eighth annual Children & Youth Conference featured presentations from Young Marines, Joe Foss Institute and more.
The eighth annual conference will be held downtown Indianapolis Sept. 19-21.
The eighth annual American Legion National Children & Youth Conference is Sept. 19-21 in downtown Indianapolis.
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New head of Americanism Commission, Richard W. Anderson, says ‘100 percent Americanism’ is responsibility of Legionnaires, citizens everywhere.
Students from eight schools in Colorado participate in Saluting America program by thanking veterans and active-duty military for their service, sacrifices.
Arizona Legionnaire encourages youth groups to keep America beautiful by picking up trash and earning compensation for it.
The Legion's Child Welfare Foundation awarded its 2014 grants to 21 nonprofit organizations whose mission is to care for the well-being of youth.
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U.S. Sportsmen Alliance Foundation, a Child Welfare Foundation grant recipient, helps youth experience archery, fishing and more with its Trailblazer Adventure Program.
During the Legion’s national conference, attendees heard from organizations on how to advocate for and support our nation’s children and youth.
The American Legion's National Children & Youth Conference and the National Americanism Conference get under way in September.
American Legion National Commander James Koutz first VIP visitor to new National Scout Jamboree site.
The Department of Wisconsin’s Americanism and Government Scholarship test is comprised of 50 questions, a short essay and $11,000 in awards.
Since 1952, The American Legion in Allegheny County ‘has been celebrating and recognizing the excellence of high school students.’
When nearly 3,000 Iowa National Guardsmen were deployed, the state’s American Legion Family stepped up for the servicemembers and their loved ones.