American Legion

American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Organizations & Associations category in New Port Richey, Florida. 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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11421 Osceola Dr
New Port Richey, FL 34654
(727) 868-3445
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At 10 a.m. ET, watch The American Legion's 80th National Oratorical Contest finals live streamed here. Youth from Maryland, Massachusetts and West Virginia will compete for $48,000 in scholarships.

RT @curhanium: Brew some coffee and cheer on my nephew as he represents Massachusetts in the finals tomorrow. #ProudAunt…

RT @MelroseVetsProj: Great piece on Melrose's own Clarence DeMar! Thanks, @AmericanLegion , for sharing his story! @CityofMelrose @melroseV…

DYK that the man who holds record for most @bostonmarathon wins was a Legionnaire?

Md, Mass & WV youth advance to #Oratorical2017 final. $48k in #scholarships up for grabs. Watch live 10am ET Sun.

Tune into here at 10 a.m. ET tomorrow for live streaming of the finals.
Youth from Maryland, Massachusetts and West Virginia to compete in Sunday's finals, which will be streamed on the Legion's Facebook page at 10 a.m.

Nevada American Legion program gives new beginnings to #hearing impaired #youth.

Nine of 53 top high school orators advanced from the first round of intense competition in a national speech contest about the U.S. Constitution conducted by The American Legion today. Representatives of Arizona, West Virginia, South Dakota, Massachusetts, California, North Carolina, Maryland, Texas and Kansas earned the opportunity to return to competition late this afternoon for the semi-finals. Only three will emerge from that round to the finals set for tomorrow. Reaching the semifinals are Juliana J. Martinez of Oro Valley, Ariz.; Chad C. Durante of Follansbee, W. Va.; Katrina M. Callahan of Hartford, S.D.; Andrew G. Steinberg of Newton, Mass., Ryan M. Wallace of Glendale, Calif.; Maggi P. Chambers of Rockingham, N.C.; Robyn E. Anzulis of Woodbine, Md., Isaac B. Taylor of Flower Mound, Texas and Louie J. Pires of Stilwell, Kan. Semi-finalists will be announced later this evening. Sunday’s finals will be webcast live at 10 a.m. here on Facebook.
The American Legion is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization aimed at advocating patriotism across the U.S. through diverse programs and member benefits.

Life after the Marine Corps was not going to be easy for Teri Hlavka. “There was the camaraderie, the friendship, seeing all the Marines at work and after work, and then you get out, and it’s a halt,” she says. “That’s where the Legion comes in. They do a lot for you.” Read more about Teri Hlavka, this month's "I Am The American Legion":

Happy 75th anniversary, Seabees.
The Seabees have played a role in every U.S. conflict since World War II, providing national security, alleviating humanitarian crises and responding to natural disasters.