MID-WINTER has been CANCELED
~IMPORTANT~ - Message is in regards to an email aimed at the Riders
Post 122 seeks nominations for - New Hampshire Law Enforcement Officer of the Year
Call To Action - Buddy Check Week Legislation
Training Tuesday's, American Legion National Headquarters staff will present 60 to 90-minute sessions on topics aimed at post commanders and adjutants.
Generic Post Constitution and Bylaws (Word Template)
Office of the National Judge Advocate: DEC Suspending a Post Absent a Formal Hearing
MEMO: American Legion Membership Eligibility now includes newly created US Space Force
Memorandum: The National American Legion College has been rescheduled
Can I wear my American Legion cap to a political event? NO!
The American Legion cap is considered the official legion uniform
(see p. 40 of 2018 Officer's Guide).
If attending a political event, The American Legion cap, or any clothing with
The American Legion emblem visible, must be removed so as not to imply any
endorsement by The American Legion.
Resolution 1 was adopted by the Legion NEC on Oct. 16
which amends the Preamble wording from “the Great Wars" to "all wars."
ALL Legion family must change their preamble in accordance with changes stated above.
Wesley’s Way Foundation is excited to announce that a playground is going to be
built in Wesley’s memory at Green Acres School in Manchester, NH in 2021!
Over the past few months, we have been working with Where Angels Play Foundation
to plan this major project. Where Angels Play Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
that has built over 50 playgrounds across the country. Their mission is to create joyful places
to play and to provide hope and recovery for families in the wake of tragedy.
We are so very honored that this foundation has chosen to build a playground in memory of
Wesley. And this will be the first playground to be built by Where Angels Play Foundation
in New Hampshire!
Det. Commander's Project
Mike Pollitt, Department Chaplain