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Crawdads, camaraderie and community

Recently chartered White Bird Post 152 grows beyond the town’s population.

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Back home again in Indiana

Canteen belonging to World War I soldier finds its home – and Legion connection.

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GI Bill exhibit begins stint at George H.W. Bush Library

Department of Texas welcomes display June 23-Aug. 16 in recognition of the Post-9/11 GI Bill’s 10th anniversary.

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A celebration that belongs to all of us

The centennial of the nation’s largest and most influential veterans organization belongs to all American Legion Family members who have fulfilled – and continue fulfilling – that vision through individual obligation to community, state and nation.

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Keep up with Legion centennial news

Monthly Centennial Celebration e-newsletter includes stories from national to post levels.

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World War I quilts coming to Minneapolis

Exhibit, via Quilts of Valor, can be seen in American Legion national convention's exhibit hall.

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Massachusetts post’s Rockwell painting to be part of world-traveling exhibition

On 75th anniversary of “Four Freedoms” series, Rockwell museum planning tour.

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'Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero' screenings offered to American Legion posts

Legion commits to sponsor benefit screenings nationwide Memorial Day through Veterans Day of critically acclaimed family film about heroic World War I dog with links to Legion history.

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Centennial monument spurs future project in Texas

Legion dignitaries, veterans, city officials and families gather for Memorial Day dedication ceremony.

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A century of Americanism

Tennessee post marking Legion centennial by teaching area young about the flag.

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