NDAD INSIGHTS Oslo, Minn., site of Sandy Puttbrese benefit today
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today, a benefit at the Oslo (Minn.) Community Center will provide a spaghetti feed, bake sale and silent auction, all toward helping Oslo American legion Auxiliary member and G... Posted on 11/18/12 at 11:01 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Text of Obama Minneapolis speech to American Legion
Remarks for President Barack Obama
(As prepared for delivery, provided by White House)
American Legion National Convention, Minneapolis
Tuesday, August 30
Hello Legionnaires! Thank you, Commander ... Posted on 8/30/11 at 11:55 AM
THE DULLUM FILE Toys for Troops
Buddy Scott Hansen brings his Toys for Troops Comedy Tour to the American Legion in Fisher, Minnesota this Saturday night at 8 pm. Don't miss it.... Posted on 11/16/10 at 7:48 AM
Before the summer baseball season is over, I’d like to invite everyone in Grand Forks to attend an American Legion baseball game at our local Kraft and Montgomery fields. Our post has two teams, the Blues and the Royals, and they host many teams from surrounding cities.
Since the American Legion Club in Lancaster, Minn., closed two years ago, social life has suffered. So have organization fund-raisers that are the lifeblood of small towns. The result is that about $800,000 – more than $2,000 apiece for the 333 residents – likely will be spent to build a community center.
North Dakota was credited with the nation’s best job market in 2010, according to Gallup’s Job Creation Index study. The results are based on aggregated data from almost 200,000 interviews with employed adults during 2010.
American Legion Post No. 6 of Grand Forks will have a “Happy 92nd Birthday” celebration beginning at 6 p.m. March 15 in the sixth floor of the Grand Forks County Office Building, 151 S. Fourth St., Grand Forks
The burglary over the weekend of the American Legion in Fosston, Minn., looks similar to break-in robberies of American Legions and VFWs across the state, according to the Polk County Sheriff's Office.
American Legion, vets groups look to Iraq, Afghanistan veterans to replace fading ranks They’re coming, Larry Vetter says with conviction.
Just as they volunteered to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan, a new generation of military veterans will muster again in American Legion halls across the country — and in the ranks of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Disabled American Veterans — to replace the rapidly fading World War II and Korean War cadres.
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