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American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Clubs category in Bellville, Ohio. 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.

Contact information for American Legion is:
77 Bell St
Bellville, OH 44813
(419) 886-2416
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RT @gibbonlegion310: Nebraska @AmericanLegion meets with @SenSasse #WashConf2017 https://t.co/00BRLata3s


Items we're delivering to @usvetsdc #Homeless #Veterans facility today thru our Operation Comfort Warriors grant. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @LouisCelli: @ShusontheHill briefing @AmericanLegion on the legislative priorities for the 115th Congress https://t.co/sTuwDXs7wu


RT @SenJohnMcCain: I want our veterans to have immediate care. No one should be on a waiting list for days, weeks, or months https://t.co/v…


Chairman Robert Dalessandro swears in Legionnaire John Monahan as new member of @WW1CC. #WashConf2017 https://t.co/xqko7dZrSu

The American Legion National Headquarters was live.
2017 Washington Conference Commander's Call

Don't forget that we'll be streaming the Commander's Call from D.C. beginning at 8 a.m. You can watch here via Facebook LIVE or or online on www.legiontv.org.

We'll be using Facebook LIVE to stream National Commander Charles Schmidt's address during Tuesday's Commander's Call. Schmidt is scheduled to speak at approximately 8 a.m. Then switch over to www.legiontv.org to see Sen. John McCain, Sen. Jon Tester, Rep. Phil Roe and Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin address Legion family members attending the Commander's Call.

When Verna Jones left the U.S. Army, she did so with both a college education and what she felt was a strong résumé. But that didn’t mean immediately landing a new career. “I thought ‘I am ready,’” Jones said. “I sent my résumé out, and I waited. And I waited, and I waited some more. I kept trying to figure out why people weren’t calling.”
Importance of a strong résumé stressed during American Legion employment workshop.

Since leaving the Air Force eight years ago, Veronica Brown said she hasn’t been “100 percent employed all the way through” her post-military time. On paper, she said, most companies probably won’t grant her an interview. That’s why Brown, 29, came to The American Legion-Hiring Our Heroes Career Fair Feb. 24 at the Washington Hilton. Getting a chance to meet prospective employers face to face is critical to Brown.
More than 170 veterans, military personnel and spouses attend Legion-Hiring Our Heroes job fair in D.C.