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  • Richard Albero's pinstripe march
    Yankees fan Richard Albero, a teacher who has retired to Florida, is walking 1,200 miles -- from Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida, to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx -- in the name of the Wounded Warrior Project. Each mile is dedicated to a former Yankees player in the name of whom money can be donated […]
  • Wounded Warrior Project Kicks Off Rolling Odyssey Program
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today in Houston, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) launched Rolling Odyssey, offering the wounded combat veterans it serves a new and unique group motorcycle riding experience. This program is fueled through WWP's alliance with Harley-Davidson Motor Company, and the inaugural ride travels from Houston to Baton Rouge then back […]
  • Area veterans, golfers raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project
    THE WOODLANDS — In order to help raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project, more than 110 golfers and veterans gathered at The Woodlands Country Club for the Heroes for Freedom Golf Tournament Monday. Tags: WWP Wounded_Warrior_Project wwpinc woundedveterans warriors WoundedWarriorProject
  • Rodgers Chevrolet raises funds to benefit Wounded Warrior Project at annual Camaro Show
    Despite the weather conditions on Saturday, hundreds of people made it out to Rodgers Chevrolet’s annual Camaro Show to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project. Tags: WWP Wounded_Warrior_Project wwpinc woundedveterans warriors WoundedWarriorProject
  • Wounded Warrior fundraiser in New Haven to help veterans
    NEW HAVEN - Curtis Frye III's love for the Red Sox goes back as long as he can remember, but it was cemented the day he attended a game as a 10-year-old and sat behind Dwight "Dewey" Evans in right field. Tags: WWP Wounded_Warrior_Project wwpinc woundedveterans warriors WoundedWarriorProject
  • Legion Rider's nostalgic journey one for the history books
    For Dr. E Bruce Heilman, his 6,000-mile motorcycle trek began at Marine Corps Base Quantico in Virginia and ended in Washington, D.C., just in time to observe Memorial Day. His 34- day trip spanned 20 states across the United States - all for a meaningful mission. "The purpose was for me to go shouting, 'The […]
  • Membership working ... for many reasons
    The American Legion Department of Illinois’ 11th District is the largest in the state, totaling more than 9,200 members. And entering early May, the district was less than .4 percent of hitting 100 percent of its membership goal. The reason? There are a lot of them, depending on who you ask. Some say it’s having […]
  • The need to be a part of something
    U.S. Marine Corps veteran Matthew Lutz joined The American Legion online because he wanted to get involved in his community and connect with fellow veterans in the Geneva, Ill., area. But whether or not he would have stayed in the Legion without finding a local Legion post in which to transfer to is uncertain. But […]
  • 'An evolution for The American Legion'
    The Legion’s age-old mantra of veterans helping veterans has found a fitting home at the University of Akron, a modern-day college campus complete with football games, Greek houses and sprawling concourses. At the school, located in Akron, Ohio, a group of dedicated student veterans have founded University of Akron Post 808, one of the fastest-growing […]
  • Revitalization effort makes difference in Illinois
    At one time, American Legion Post 84 in Aurora, Ill., was thriving, with a membership topping 1,000 in the 1970s. But that number dropped considerably over the years, to the point where the post was simply hanging on. That’s not the case any longer. In early May, the post’s membership stood at 329, a number […]

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