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Since 1952, The American Legion in Allegheny County ‘has been celebrating and recognizing the excellence of high school students.’
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When nearly 3,000 Iowa National Guardsmen were deployed, the state’s American Legion Family stepped up for the servicemembers and their loved ones.
Post 16 in Crisfield, Md., has taken an active role in helping three sons achieve their dreams of attending U.S. service academies.
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The Legion’s ‘April is Children & Youth Month’ brochure outlines ways Legion family members can support youth in their community.
The Legion’s new comic book, “Bridging the Gap,” educates children on how to recognize, prevent and stop bullying.
The Legion’s new Military Commitment Certificate of Commendation honors high school graduates who choose to serve their country.
A background check screening for staff and volunteers involved in American Legion national youth programs will become effective Jan. 1, 2013.
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American Legion Child Welfare Foundation provides funding to other nonprofit organizations to educate the public about the special needs of children.
The Legion’s American Education Week brochure provides ways posts can support youth throughout the week, Nov. 11-17.
Nationwide youth program teaches leadership, discipline and teamwork to help promote a drug-free lifestyle.