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Centennial post revitalized and energized for second century

Legion Family in Cascade, Idaho, came up with a community-centered plan 10 years ago and membership has soared.

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Department Spotlight: New Jersey assisting in transition process

What started as conducting employment fairs has now expanded to entrepreneurship training, women veterans assistance and housing help.

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Department Spotlight: Kansas hosts national basketball tournament

New agreement with Legion, arena overhaul keep Hutchinson the home of the national junior college basketball tourney.

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World War I memorial effort drives centennial energy

American Legion, World War One Centennial Commission and Pritzker Military Museum & Library unite to restore monuments nationwide.

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National history contests set for October

Department post-history winners, department-history entries to be judged during Fall Meetings.

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Original charter returned to Arkansas post

Documents end up more than 100 miles away in Oklahoma, but are now home.

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Department Spotlight: Kentucky takes Legion's mission overseas

Department of Kentucky Legion family team has traveled to Africa, Cuba and other parts of the world to meet with deployed soldiers.

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Department Spotlight: Montana reminds motorists to drive carefully

The department's Highway Fatality Marker program has placed more than 2,000 white crosses along highways where fatal accidents have occurred.

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'We're trying to incite a national conversation'

Executive director of National World War One Centennial Commission draws links between war's anniversary and global hotspots, Legion's own centennial.

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Department Spotlight: Michigan connects veterans with benefits

An 18-person team uses state funding to help veterans track down benefits, bringing $75 million back into state this year.

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