Share how you’re assisting others at Thanksgiving
For decades, members of the American Legion Family have stepped up to assist others during the holiday season. That includes providing meals on or ahead of Thanksgiving for those in their communities less and the fortunate and the general public as a whole.
It’s again the case this year. Already, American Legion posts have Thanksgiving Day dinners scheduled for the community, including Jackson-Perks American Legion Post 71 in Charles Town, W.Va.; American Legion Post 143 in Post Falls, Idaho; and American Legion Post 94 in Cadillac, Mich.
Others, like American Legion Post 65 in Phoenix, Ariz., gave away 1,000 turkeys and vegetables ahead of Thanksgiving. And The American Legion Department of Kansas’ Legion Family teamed up to provide partnered with the Fort Riley Soldier Family Assistance Center to provide meals for servicemembers at Fort Riley.
We want to be able to share what members of the Legion Family did to assist others for Thanksgiving. Please share your stories and photos at www.legiontown.org, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details.