Legacy Run - Day 5

he riders drove 1,500 miles from Hutchinson, Kan. to Anoka, Minn. for the Centennial American Legion National Convention.
The American Legion Legacy Run riders are seen off as they leave American Legion Post 336 for the final leg of the five day trip in Onalaska, Wis., on Thursday, August 23. The riders drove 1,500 miles from Hutchinson, Kan. to Anoka, Minn. for the Centennial American Legion National Convention.
The American Legion Legacy Run riders are seen off as they leave American Legion Post 336 for the final leg of the five day trip in Onalaska, Wis., on Thursday, August 23. The riders drove 1,500 miles from Hutchinson, Kan. to Anoka, Minn. for the Centennial American Legion National Convention.
American Legion Riders on are welcomed to Galeville, Wis.
American Legion Riders on are welcomed to Galeville, Wis.
American Legion Riders on are welcomed to Galeville, Wis.
American Legion Riders on are welcomed to Galeville, Wis.
American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan receives a jersey and hug from former Green Bay Packer Craig Newsome Sr.
American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan receives a jersey and hug from former Green Bay Packer Craig Newsome Sr.
American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan and Wisconsin Department Commander Frank Kostka participate in at a wreath laying ceremony in Galeville, Wis.
American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan and Wisconsin Department Commander Frank Kostka participate in at a wreath laying ceremony in Galeville, Wis.
Department of California American Legion Riders President Mick Sobczak hugs Mark Berg, Anchorage, AK Commander Post 1 outside American Legion Post 102 in Anoka, Minn., on Thursday, August 23. The American Legion Legacy Run finished after riders covered 1,500 miles between Hutchinson, Kan. and Anoka, Minn.
Department of California American Legion Riders President Mick Sobczak hugs Mark Berg, Anchorage, AK Commander Post 1 outside American Legion Post 102 in Anoka, Minn., on Thursday, August 23. The American Legion Legacy Run finished after riders covered 1,500 miles between Hutchinson, Kan. and Anoka, Minn.