Open Letter to our Community

Dear Veteran,

The American Legion, Dean Mendenhall, Provo Post 13 is soliciting your Membership to join our American Legion Family. For nearly a century, The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of The American Legion have worked steadfastly, side by side, promoting patriotism and national security while supporting youth and advocating for Veterans and active-duty military. The Legion Family also includes American Legion Riders, a program of motorcycle enthusiasts supporting Americanism and it’s Ideals. Members join through a Riders Chapter at an American Legion Post.

While Members of The American Legion Family are individually unique, collectively we are a multi-million-member powerhouse of caring advocates dedicated to service. You and your family can join us! You will find that getting connected to The American Legion Family is one of the best decisions you’ll ever make. Please use the attached applications and send them to the above address under the logo.

Dean Mendenhall Provo Post #13 is involved in the Mayor’s Veteran’s Council, Freedom Festival Flag Retirement Ceremony, American Legion Eagle Scout of the Year, Boys and Girls State Program, American Legion Oratorical Scholarship Program, Provide Color Guard Flag Posting Ceremonies, Auxiliary’s Veteran’s Day Poppy Program, Auxiliary American Legion Essay Contests, ROTC / JROTC Military Excellence and Scholarship Awards, School Awards, and Flag for every Classroom Program, Welcome home Warrior Program and Operation Comfort Warrior. We are now supporting to build a Veteran’s Home in Payson and Ivins Utah.

Your membership has been earned and your benefits keep getting assaulted. We have no rank among us. We advocate for every Veteran, Every War, and Every Branch. Join The American Legion in Provo, Utah.

For more information call or contact us at any of the addressed contact numbers and addresses.

For God and Country,

Randy D. Edwards
Commander, Provo Post 13
801-224-6168 (Cell)
801-224-7477 (Home)

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