American Legion

American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Clubs category in Worcester, Massachusetts. 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 0.

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326 Plantation St
Worcester, MA 01604
(508) 799-9800

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Can you help: A Vietnam #veteran looking for family of lost World War II dog tags.

The monument at Victory Memorial Grove in Elysian Park near Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles had nearly been forgotten. Inspired by the 100 Cities 100 Memorials project of the Pritzker Military Museum and Library and the United States World War One Centennial Commission, American Legion members have helped restore it and refresh the area’s memory, or initial understanding, of what it meant.
Legionnaires join nationwide effort to refresh America’s memory of Great War sacrifices.

OTD in 1944: FDR signs game-changing GI Bill into law. American Legion Past Natl Cmdr Harry Colmery was the archite…

RT @ScoutComms: Trump nominates VA insider as next department deputy secretary via @LeoShane…

RT @WWIImuseum: #OTD in 1944, FDR signed the #GIBill into law. The document he signed is at the Museum in a special exhibit from The @Ameri…

RT @DCVAMC: OTD 1944, FDR signed the G.I. Bill. Thanks @AmericanLegion for designing it:…

The Legion's Verna Jones: “The GI Bill is not something The American Legion did. It is something The American Legion does.”
Connections made between the original measure and today’s post-9/11 veterans benefits packages.

National Commander Schmidt: "It’s important for us to document all the great things that posts are doing in their communities so that we can get a better handle on our leadership nationwide. If we only receive two-thirds, it skews the reporting we do as a national organization."
National Commander Schmidt: It’s important for us to document all the great things that posts are doing in their communities.

Andrew Smith had a Father’s Day he’ll remember for quite some time, thanks to American Legion Post 171 in Cripple Creek, Colo. The post led an ambitious effort to return Smith, a disabled Marine veteran and single dad of an 8-year-old special needs child, to his home after mold and other problems made it uninhabitable. Read more:

The American Legion National Headquarters shared The National WWII Museum's live video.
Happening now. Our exhibit opens today.
Mason Lecture: The Greatest Legislation: The GI Bill—Then and Now: Join us for an engaging evening dedicated to the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944, or the GI Bill, and its long-lasting effects on the country as a whole. A free reception precedes a partnered forum with The American Legion and its 100th Anniversary Committee featuring former US senator James Webb, who introduced and championed the Post-9/11 GI Bill of 2009; VA Deputy Under Secretary for Employment Opportunity Curtis Coy; Student Veterans of America CEO and President Jared Lyon; and American Legion Assistant Director of Veterans Employment and Education John Kamin. The panel discussion will also include remarks from the Museum’s Founding President and CEO Gordon H. “Nick” Mueller, PhD, as well as American Legion Executive Director Verna Jones. Theodore Roosevelt IV, American Legion 100th Anniversary honorary committee chairman, will serve as moderator. Guests will conclude the evening with a question-and-answer session during which they’re invited to share how the GI Bill influenced their lives. The forum also serves as the launch of The Greatest Legislation: An American Legion Salute to the GI Bill, a special exhibition going on display June 20 in the Museum's Malcolm S. Forbes Theater Lobby.