American Legion

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American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Associations category in Black River, 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 48.

Contact information for American Legion is:
113 E Dexter St
Black River, NY 13612
(315) 773-5768

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RT @LegioninDC: Tune in at 3:30pm ET as @EricGoepel & @JoePlenzler discuss #opioidcrisis, recent testimony about #veterans issues & more du…


Some valuable info here, via @KarenJowers - Helping families of the fallen: How to make the best of good intentions. militarytimes.com/pay-benefits/m…


To art lovers, history buffs & Americans wishing to pay homage to America’s Special Operations community, Manhattan twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Our own Meagan Sweet talked w/ Connecting Vets about the importance of showing support for our #military on #RedFriday. Follow the link to listen -- and don't forget you can get a red American Legion Child Welfare Foundation shirt to show your support.
What's the real reason behind what it means to wear the color red on Friday?


RT @nikkiwentling: Stephen Peck, with U.S. VETS: If government pulls funding from veteran housing programs now, there will be more homeless…


#Veterans in Yolo & Sacramento counties: Get @VAVetBenefits help from a service officer & learn about Legion progra twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

“Unfortunately, we were not able to drive semi-trucks loaded with supplies to Puerto Rico as we did for the people of Texas and Florida after hurricanes hit those states,” American Legion National Commander Denise H. Rohan said Tuesday, while touring The American Legion Department of Puerto Rico. “But the people here are every bit as much a part of The American Legion Family. And families take care of each other in time of need.”
American Legion National Commander Denise H. Rohan visits the Department of Puerto Rico to provide Legion Family support.

American Legion national staff and Department of California Legionnaires are teaming up this week for a district revitalization and veterans outreach effort in Sacramento and Yolo counties. The effort will take place Jan. 18-20 at Yolo American Legion Post 77, 523 Bush Street, Woodland. The hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 18-19 and 9 a.m.-noon Jan. 20. A county veterans service officer will be available both days to assist with Department of Veterans Affairs-related questions and claims.

Membership recruitment and retention is the fifth tactic on the Legion’s strategic membership plan. With 16 million veterans eligible for Legion membership, McQuistion said if someone says no to joining the first time you ask, it’s not a rejection of you or The American Legion. “It’s just that they are not in the proper mindset for that decision. So don’t be afraid to go after them seven to 12 times,” she said.
Members of the Legion's Post Activities & Membership Committee hear how the Association of the United States Army gained 54,000 members in a year.

Six-year U.S. Air Force veteran Myra Hallman, secretary of her Student Veterans of America (SVA) chapter at Humboldt State University in northern California, wasn’t sure how she was going to make it to SVA’s 10th national convention Jan. 4-6 in San Antonio. The problem was a lack of available resources. She turned to Arcadia American Legion Post 247. “They heard about our issues with funding, and at a meeting discussed what the options were,” Hallman said Friday after visiting “The Greatest Legislation: An American Legion Centennial Salute to the GI Bill” traveling exhibit at the convention. “They got together and partnered with the local Coast Guard unit, and they were able to rally up some money for a scholarship for myself and one other person.” Now, she adds, “I’m a member of that post.”
Student Veterans of America members convene in San Antonio to network and share in The American Legion’s tribute to the GI Bill.