American Legion

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American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Organizations & Associations category in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for American Legion which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of American Legion on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 74.

Contact information for American Legion is:
1714 Legion Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
(919) 942-2252
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In about 45 days, on June 6th, we will remember D-Day and the invasion of Europe. But, will you remember that the majority of those men who embarked ships and aircraft were farm boys, including those from Bedford, VA. Yes, there were farm girls, too, serving as nurses, drivers and office workers or in factories building the ships and aircraft taking our men into action. We honor them by sharing Paul Harvey's broadcast, "So God Made a Farmer."
I started to feel they left out the deep roots of farming in this country, but perhaps I was reflecting on the love of my own Grandpa and time spent with him...


American Legion Chapel Hill Post 6 shared a link.
The Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce hosted a Bocce Tournament at the American Legion today and there was lots of fun for everyone.

A hearty "Well Done" goes to the many, many members who have worked hard over the last five or six years to make this day a reality.
Yesterday, Post Commander Bill Munsee, Adjutant Lee Heavlin, and 2nd Vice Commander Robert Medred joined the Chapel Hill Town Manager Roger Stancil and Town Attorney Ralph Karpinos for the formal closing of the sale of Post 6 to the Town of Chapel Hill.

Our ladies got together to honor our military at the North Carolina Fisher Houses with a $200 donation to the Marathon Jam. Well Done. As always, you make us proud!
American Legion Post 6 Auxiliary donated $200 to the Marathon Jam held at the Chapel Hill Post for the North Carolina Fisher Houses.