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Requirements to join the group include membership in an American Legion and license and insurance to ride a 300cc or larger motorcycle.
P is for Patriotism: Proud to be an American, a Veteran, and a member of the American Legion; R is for Religion: as it states in our Preamble, For God and Country-that ties in with prayer, remember to pray for our Veterans and service members who serve in harm's way; I is for Ideas: have new ideas, think outside the box; D is for Dedication: dedication to the four pillars of the American Legion - National Security, Americanism, VA&R and Children and Youth; E is for Enthusiasm: the enthusiasm and energy to do the job.
The American Legion Family consists of the American Legion, the Sons of the American Legion (S.
The program suggests activities on how American Legion posts can increase voter turnout and serve as a resource on Election Day.
American Legion Post 205 Shannon Davis will host a meat raffle at 3 p.
West Boylston observes a solemn parade and the decorating of graves at each of the town's cemeteries by members of the American Legion (VFW) Post 204, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6907 and their auxiliaries, with assistance from Scout troops, the Fire Department, Police Department, other town groups and residents.
As part of a complete digital content marketing solution, Aysling has adopted a digital asset management (DAM) solution for The American Legion, the country's major veterans service organization.
The Palatine American Legion Post 690, Legion Auxiliary and the Sons of the American Legion are holding a series of fish fries during Lent from 5:30 PM until 8:00 PM upstairs in their family-friendly banquet hall which is open to the public at the American Legion 122 West Palatine Road in Palatine to raise funds for Legion Family Charities.
the Oxford Memorial Honor Guard will visit the American Legion Hall at 227 Main St.
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