American Legion


American Legion is listed in the Organizations & Associations category in Norwood, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for American Legion which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Legion on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 84.

Contact information for American Legion is:
10 Maple St
Norwood, NY 13668
(315) 353-8889
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RT @jannashops: 5ways to help veterans around their home – American Legion Auxiliary Blo…

RT @mvenk82: I loved participating in the @AmericanLegion AZ District 2 Oratorical Contest this weekend! Grateful for the opportunities AL…

Yakima-area #veterans: Get @VAVetBenefits help 10am-5pm today, Legion Post 36, 1120 North 34th Avenue, Yakima.

The American Legion Amateur Radio Club will operate a special event station to commemorate the Legion’s upcoming birthday. Working from the radio room at National Headquarters in Indianapolis, ham radio operators at club station K9TAL will celebrate the Legion’s 98 years of service to America’s veterans with both members and non-member amateur radio operators around the world on Saturday, March 11.
National net to be held in advance of March 15 birthday.

RT @honorvets: Happy Birthday to the Coast Guard Reserve @USCGReserve! #birthday #appreciationpost @AmericanLegion #HBD #respect https://t.…

Register now for our Feb. 28 women #veterans focus group & luncheon in DC.

Posts are encouraged to upload recaps and photos of their birthday celebrations (and other community activities) online at
March 15 is The American Legion's birthday; posts can share celebration stories on

This event will be broadcast live on
Shulkin will speak Feb. 28 at the Washington Hilton.

“The historic Black Hills VA Health Care System has saved countless lives over the years as veterans from rural areas of South Dakota, Wyoming and Nebraska have relied on this hospital for in-patient care,” Schmidt said.
National Commander Schmidt: Black Hills VA Health Care System has saved countless lives of veterans from rural areas of South Dakota, Wyoming and Nebraska.

An agreement between the U.S. Army Recruiting Command in Denver and The American Legion Department of Colorado has been a boon to both sides over the past decade.
Army ceremony for Delayed Entry Program takes place at department's mid-winter conference.