American Legion

American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Associations category in Cuba, 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:
5 E Main St
Cuba, NY 14727
(585) 968-3281

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Day 2 of the #GovernmentShutdown. How it impacts #military Personnel/ families: * *…

RT @Tmgneff: If families of the fallen have any questions about effects of the shutdown, check @TAPSorg Facebook page and website. https://…

RT @starsandstripes: Does your TV look like this? Limited AFN news and sports service has returned in some areas where it was off, we’ll ke…

@legion_44 I know that many of the posts that have undergone growth that I’ve done stories on have used Facebook to…

Via @jeffstoffer: 'As a symbol of The American Legion’s centennial, the GI Bill holds a sacred place.' American Leg…

The World War I Centennial Silver Dollar will be produced in limited quantities, and will be available for purchase online through Dec. 28, 2018.
Congressionally-authorized silver dollar honors American veterans of World War I.

"As a symbol of The American Legion’s centennial, the GI Bill holds a sacred place. “As a symbol of The American Legion’s centennial, the GI Bill holds a sacred place. It spans from The American Legion founders who wrote it – men and women who came home to no VA services, limited health care and bleak economic hope – to the post-9/11 generation, so many of whom chose military service as a springboard in careers that make America the strongest economy on the planet.”
American Legion centennial exhibit and moderated panel discussion traverse the ongoing story of the “greatest legislation.”

For 11 years, Daniel W. Dowling American Legion Post 769 in Ambler, Pa., has conducted a ceremony to honor the birthday and memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This year, the post wanted to make sure a group of high school students understood both the work of King while honoring area veterans.
Post 769 in Pennsylvania hosts Martin Luther KIng Day breakfast while bringing together local high school students with area veterans.

American Legion National Commander Denise Rohan issued the following statement on the looming government shutdown: “On the behalf of the two million members of The American Legion, I encourage Congress to quickly come to a consensus to keep the federal government open and functioning. We are very concerned about the impact of a shutdown on our uniformed personnel who potentially may not get paid until the government reopens. Many of our servicemembers and their families do not have the cash reserves to rely upon in the absence of a regular paycheck and would suffer unnecessary disruption to their lives. The American Legion would be very

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?