American Legion, Auxiliary encourages membership

COLERIDGE —The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary have worked decades, steadfastly, and side by side, promoting patriotism and national security while supporting youth and advocating for veterans and military. The American Legion Family also includes American Legion Riders, a program of motorcycle enthusiasts. Members join through a Riders chapter at an American Legion post.

Anyone who has served at least one day of active military duty since Dec. 7, 1941, and was honorably discharged or is still serving honorably is eligible to join the American Legion.

Any spouse, grandmother, daughter, sister, granddaughter or mother of a living or deceased eligible veteran is eligible to join the American Legion Auxiliary.

People are encouraged and welcome to contact their local American Legion or American Legion Auxiliary Unit with any questions and to obtain a membership applications.

Local contacts include: Randolph - Marlin Van Slyke (AL) 402-337-0369 and Cinda Jones (ALA) 402-337-1206;; and Belden - Ron Stapelman (AL) 402-985-2294 and Katie Lackas (ALA) 402-985-2199

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