American Legion

American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Organizations & Associations category in Waite Park, Minnesota. 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:
17 2nd Ave N
Waite Park, MN 56387
(320) 252-7880

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A South Dakota Legion post recently honored a World War I soldier - and shared how an early incarnation of The Amer…

Via @thepressofac: New Jersey Legion post hosts @uscoastguard recruits for #Thanksgiving.…

Via @dailyherald: Illinois Legion Post 690 sponsors #Thanksgiving trip away from boot camp for three dozen…

Via @hannibalcourier: Missouri Legion Post delivers 450 #Thanksgiving dinners, also serves in dining room.…

RT @msepso: As a Boys State alum, this was awesome to read. Thank you @AmericanLegion for all that you do for our country.…

Paul Evenson, former NECman for the Department of South Dakota, is also a member of Post 23 and attended the program. He called the Haugse family’s story “an example of how The American Legion was a significant and positive influence for our veterans and their families in the Legion’s early start.”
Post 23 in Garretson uses Veterans Day program to highlight World War I soldier, Legion’s early days.

The American Legion National Headquarters added 6 new photos.
Happy #Thanksgiving to all members of our American Legion family. We want to thank you for all that you do this time of year to help those less fortunate. And we also ask that you pause to remember those who are not able to gather with their friends and families because of an oath they selflessly took to serve this great nation.

Give something extra special this holiday season with a limited edition Legion teddy BEAR from the Vermont Teddy Bear. The BEAR can serve as a gift or meaningful keepsake for any Legion member or supporter. The specially designed BEARS are available at Twenty percent of proceeds from sales of the BEARS will be donated to The American Legion.

“I’m extremely proud of Post 200,” said Department of Michigan Commander Brett Holt, who attended this year’s dinner. “This is what The American Legion is about. This is what we should all be doing at all of our posts: opening our post home up, working together as a family to serve our community and to serve the veterans in our communities." Well done, Post 200. Read more:

"There are only seven of these (cannons) we know of in existence," Owen said. "Four are in museums, and two others are in personal collections. It's great advertising and a great recruiting tool, especially with the 100th anniversary of The American Legion coming up."
Members dedicate field gun display on Veterans Day.