March 6, 2014 LEGION E-Board 6:00pm
March 6, 2014 LEGION
General Mtg. 7:00pm
March 13, 2014
AL Auxiliary 7:00pm
Thu. March 20, 2014 S.A.L.
Mon. March 24, 2014
House Committee 6:00pm
April 6, 2014 AL Riders 233 11:00am
Please excuse our Post
during our cleanup and refurbishing process
Post 233 welcomes our newest
Mar 20th, Apr 17th ~
Are we the last generation to see,
or even remember anything like this?
What is happening to our country? Is
Lack of respect for God's name,
Lack of personal responsibility,
Lack of personal integrity and
Lack of respect and loyalty to our
Lack of being proud to be an
LEGIONNAIRES ARE PROUD TO BE
AND WE CONTINUE TO SERVE AMERICA.
VETERANS COME JOIN US!
Archived WWII posters
Legion is the nationís largest and most influential network of
U.S. wartime veterans, families and communities. From budget
hearings to baseball diamonds, combat outposts to childrenís
hospitals, the Legion has something for everyone under its four
pillars of service:
Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation
Children & Youth
With nearly 2.5 million members and
some 14,000 community posts, The American Legion is truly a
grassroots organization, guided by resolutions that spring from
local Legionnaires and are advanced to the state and national
levels. From there, American Legion resolutions help shape U.S.
policy on many fronts, including veterans health care, national
security, foreign affairs and the economy. The American Legion
brought into existence the modern VA, the GI Bill, and dozens of
health-care benefits. It helped build the Vietnam Veterans
Memorial and the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. The
Legion is a national leader in military-to-civilian transition
assistance and home-front support for our troops.
The American Legion is also fun. The
Legion Riders motorcycle group raises millions of dollars to
help children, veterans and families. Conventions, special
events, volunteer activities, welcome-home dinners, concerts and
holiday observances are among the many other ways Legionnaires
make service a pleasure.
If you are a veteran and
live in northeast Florida, come visit our Post at 560 North
Wilderness Trail in the Palm Valley section of Ponte Vedra Beach. Come in
look around and when you like what you see and experience
that at home feeling, ask for an application to join. You can
also browse our website and
sign up online or
membership application and mail it to us.
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