The American Legion, The Department of Iowa, Post 298
Post 298 has had changed the Constitution and Bylaws. Click on the blue links to go to the final documents.
On Sunday, 7 September there will be classes given at the Marion Post, presented by instructors from National. The Department of Iowa has coordinated with National to conduct Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Training in the near future. The link below will take you to the page on the Department website that contains information about the training. There is also a link to register for the course. Registration will be required to attend.
There will be four courses, each of two hours, taught at the instructor's
discretion for order:
You will notice that the training will be conducted at two (2) locations in Iowa, on two (2) different days. The training will be the same at both locations. You can attend the training at whichever location best fits your schedule. This training is open to any Legion Family members from throughout the state.
The American Legion prepares for the Centennial - Marion has a page - http://centennial.legion.org/
Still serving: itís who we are
In 1919, The American Legion was founded on four pillars: Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation, National Security, Americanism, and Children & Youth. Each of these pillars encompasses a variety of programs that benefit our nationís veterans, its servicemembers, their families, the youth of America and ordinary citizens. These programs make a difference in hundreds of thousands of lives each year.
Our organizationís positions and programs are guided by resolutions passed by American Legion National Convention delegates, and by committee and commission members who represent 2.5 million wartime veterans and their families. These programs, and the men and women who take the time to perform them allow The American Legion to make a difference on the local, state and national levels.
Itís who we are and what we do.
Find out more here.
To join: www.legion.org/join
Beginning July 1, 2011, all members of The American Legion were given the option to renew their membership and pay their dues online for the following membership year. To learn more about the procedures, visit www.legion.org/renew to view instructional videos
Post 298 is on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/pages/American-Legion-Post-298-Marion-Iowa/156988394322505
Legion Meetings are the Second Monday of each month at 7:30 PM
Bar operating hours are:
To rent the hall for receptions, banquets, or other events, contact Leonard Olson. Please call the post at 319-377-8320.
The American Legion stands for a strong America. There is no better way to bring this about than to work with the youth of our land in preparing them to meet the tasks they will face in the years to come. Through its many youth activities, The American Legion is playing the leading role in developing future citizens of America.
The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, mutual-help, war-time veterans organization. A community-service organization which now numbers nearly 3 million members -- men and women -- in nearly 15,000 American Legion Posts worldwide. These Posts are organized into 55 Departments -- one each for the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, France, Mexico, and the Philippines.
Who We Are
Since its chartering by Congress in 1919, The American Legion has been based on four founding principles:
These four founding principles are being implemented through some 57 Legion programs by Veterans who truly care about the fate of our nation and the kind of world which is left to our posterity. If you are a Veteran, "Get Involved" and continue to serve and preserve the nation you defended.
What We Do
Our Post strives to be much more than a club with a bar, but to give to the Community, State, and Nation. What we have done in a year:
hours donated to VA Medical Center in Iowa City, Iowa
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President Abraham Lincoln as stated in the Gettysburg Address
"From these honored dead we take increased
devotion to that cause for which they here gave the
05 August, 2014 Last update