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A deployment through a child's eye

A deployment through a child's eye

Legion's Policy Coordinating and Action Group briefed on a study that examined how military deployments affect the children left behind.

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Protect youth from online offenders

Protect youth from online offenders

Online social networking sites are popular with today's youth, and even more so with sex offenders. But there are ways parents can keep children safe.

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Make NOYS in May

Make NOYS in May

The National Organization for Youth Safety urges teenagers to stop talking and texting on cell phones while driving with its National Youth Traffic Safety Month.

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Children's Home needs your help

Children's Home needs your help

A federal Medicaid rule prohibits more than 16 kids living in an orphanage that receives government funding. Help The American Legion Children's Home and its 62 residents by contacting members of Congress.

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April is Children and Youth Month

April is Children and Youth Month

Legionnaires can support children and youth by raising funds to benefit their local Children's Miracle Network hospital.

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Ohio choir evokes happiness

Ohio choir evokes happiness

For 39 years, the Austintown Fitch Concert Choir has brought hope and happiness to veterans in VA hospitals.

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COTA named newest partner

COTA named newest partner

Legion passes resolution to formalize relationship.

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15-year-old shares life as a military child

15-year-old shares life as a military child

Marcus Guerra Jr. is a military child whose father might deploy soon. The situation hasn’t scared him. He has used it as an opportunity to help other youth who share his situation.

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Having been there

D-Day veteran and acclaimed filmmaker on a mission to teach students the value of freedom and its cost.

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