American Legion

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American Legion
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1 S Main St
Union City, PA 16438
(814) 438-2312

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RT @nikkiwentling: I'll be on @CBSRadio @ConnectingVets at 8:15 talking about the 6 VA appointees SVAC is expected to vote on today https:/…


Register now for a Conference for Women during #ALConv2017 in Reno. Designed to “inspire and invigorate you. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Happening in Reno.
The American Legion’s Women and Minority Veteran Outreach team will host The Conference For Women Aug. 21 at the Reno Sparks Convention Center.


Our thoughts are with Sen. John McCain & his family. Wishing him the best as he begins this fight.


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Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen.
Average monthly additions are over 100.

“It was a tremendous feeling to walk on that field with my brothers and sisters and receive a ‘welcome home’ from 37,000-plus cheering Americans at Fenway Park,” Schmidt said.
1,400 Vietnam veterans received a welcome home by more than 37,000 fans attending the Red Sox game against the New York Yankees.

From our congressional testimony last week.
Legion discusses how VA has an enormous amount of aging buildings that are either underutilized or vacant.

“We have had several people join (The American Legion) off the site and a lot of people call and comment on it,” Abrahamson said. “This fall we will be expanding our billboard (membership recruiting) program to drive people to our new site.”
The department's new site is user and mobile-friendly, and serves as a recruiting tool.