American Legion

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American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Clubs category in Oglesby, Illinois. 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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410 Clark St
Oglesby, IL 61348
(815) 883-3214

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“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: https://www.legion.org/membership/240028/what-american-legion-about.

"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.

The American Legion's official training program for officers, members, Legion College applicants and those who simply want to expand their knowledge of the nation's largest veterans service organization is now available online. Already taken the old course? The American Legion Extension Institute has been rewritten, updated, streamlined and enhanced with videos, digital photos, clickable links, a historical timeline and additional features. The program should take less than two hours to complete. It is divided into six sections, with a quiz at the end of each one, followed by a final exam.
The American Legion's official training program for officers, members, Legion College applicants and those who simply want to expand their knowledge of the nation's largest veterans service organization is now available online.

Nick Claudio isn’t shy about his ambitions. He wants to run for mayor of Boston one day, and another goal is to be governor of Massachusetts. He’s not going to let his blindness get in the way of those goals. After all, it didn’t stop him from running for, and being elected, lieutenant governor of Massachusetts Boys State this past spring.
Despite blindness, Massachusetts Boys State lieutenant governor maintains ambitious goals.

Is your Legion post hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for the community, local veterans or an National Guard, reserve or active-duty military personnel in the area? Or are you collecting food to help provide meals to others? If so, we'd love to hear, read and see what you did. Please share your plans here and then post photos and a story about the event at www.legiontown.org