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Dale "Bear" Phillips to Post Everlasting

2017-18 AMERICAN LEGION NATIONAL COMMANDER

DENISE H. ROHAN ADDRESSES NEC IN INDY

 

Newport Harbor Post 291 Color Guard Team reclaims their title for 2017-18!!

They are now National Commander DENISE H. ROHAN's
National Color Guard!!

 

Congratulations to the team!!

Brian Fleming Jr. - Commander
Kevin Van Otterloo 
Dave Barras
Dennis DeRosia
Ken George
Don Putzig
Carmen Williams
Bob Bright

Carol Borgman - District 20 Auxiliary President

John Paine - District 29 SAL Commander

CONGRATULATIONS NEW 2017-18 DISTRICT 29 LEGION OFFICERS!

Commander: Ken George (Post 291)
1st Vice Commander: John Minnella (Post 132)
2nd Vice Commander: Victor De La Rosa (Post 132)
3rd Vice Commander: Sandy Schneeberger (Post 291)

Executive Committee: VACANT
Executive Committee: Andy Timko (Post 555)
Executive Committee: Andy Rebulio (Post 295)
Executive Committee: Doc Adams (Post 555) 
Executive Committee: Tim Dusina (Post 555)

Sergeant-at-Arms: Chrystal Swope (Post 838)
Finance Officer: Robert Brower (Post 291)
Adjutant: Steven Vargas (Post 181)
Judge Advocate: 
Service Officer: Scott McKee (Post 131)
Chaplain: Frank Cook (Post 862)
Junior Past Commander: Martha Huff (Post 679)

There are 1 Executive Committee position open.  If you are interested in the position and would like more information, please contact Commander Ken George or any of the vice commanders.  Thank you.  

NEW 2017 Officer's Guide and Manual of Ceremonies

& Posts Adjutant's Manual

NATIONAL COMMANDER'S PIN
MEMBERSHIP INCENTIVE PROGRAM

 

Legacy Meets Vision

The American Legion Centennial Celebration is not only about honoring the past 100 years of our history, but also preparing to continue our legacy of service. Events and activities at posts all around the world will showcase The American Legion "Still Serving America."

                 

The District 29 of the American Legion, Department of California comprises all of Orange County, California and is one of the five districts known as Area 5.  The other districts are: Riverside County District 21, San Diego County District 22, San Bernardino County District 25, and Imperial County District 30. Twenty-eight posts comprise the 29th District and has a membership of nearly eight thousand members.
 
The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization. Focusing on service to veterans, and service members and communities. The Legion evolved from a group of war-weary veterans of
World War I into one of the most influential nonprofit groups in the United States.
 
Today, membership stands at 1.7 million in 14,000 posts worldwide. The posts are organized into 55 departments: one each for the 50 states, along with the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico,France, Mexico, and the Philippines. Over the years, The Legion has influenced considerable social change in America, won hundreds of benefits for veterans, and produced many important programs for children and youth.

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