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Legion posts hosting Legacy Run stops

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Legion posts hosting Legacy Run stops
(Photo by Amy C. Elliott)

The 2014 American Legion Legacy Run will leave Indianapolis on Aug. 17 and arrive in Charlotte, N.C., on Aug. 21. Along the way, several Legion posts will open their doors to feed Run participants, donate money to The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund and interact with Legionnaires they might never otherwise meet.

The schedule for post stops is:

Aug. 17 – Lunch stop hosted by Man O’War Harley-Davidson, Lexington, Ky.

Aug. 18 – Brunch provided by Post 164, Grundy, Va.; lunch stop hosted by Post 3, Salem, Va.; evening stop at Post 325, Danville, Va.

Aug. 19 – Lunch stop hosted by Post 55, Winston-Salem, N.C.

Aug. 20 – Lunch stop hosted by Post 47, Waynesville, N.C.; evening stop at Post 127, Buford, Ga.

Aug. 21 – Lunch stop hosted by Post 34, Rock Hill, S.C.; ride ends at Post 155, Kings Mountain, N.C.

For more information on the 2014 Legacy Run, click here.

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July 17, 2014 - 4:42pm

All riders should register online before registration ends Aug. 1. We have only a limited number of patches and we will provide them only until supplies are exhausted.


July 17, 2014 - 4:40pm

Hi Commander. Join us! All the riders need to do is register and meet us in Waynesville. We will make the leg from Waynesville to Buford in one shot so no place in No. Georgia to join us. I'll have them already placed in one of the groups already led by Georgia ALR members who volunteer each year to help lead the Run.

Mel Halfon

July 15, 2014 - 3:22pm

I am Post Commander in Hiawassee, Ga and we have several bikes that would like to meet up with the riders in the N.Car area and ride. It is possible. We are about an hour drive to Waynesville, NC. Thanks

Joe Lemanek

August 9, 2014 - 8:35am

Please join us in Waynesville. We have bike night on Tuesday before the riders arive we would love for all of you to come and spend the night in historical Waynesville Joe Lemanek

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