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  • Monday, July 23, 2018

    Read the summer issue of Legion New York Magazine

    The summer issue of Legion New York Magazine, which was distributed at the 100th Department Convention in Rochester last week, is now available on nylegion.net.

    Cover LegionNY summer 2018This issue:

    — features farmer veterans and ag programs for vets.
    — introduces the first woman ADSO (assistant department service officer).
    — shows Watervliet Arsenal hosting the first national and state women commanders.
    — introduces the state oratorical champion.
    — provides highlights of the Mid-Winter Conference.
    — reports on the Legion Family storming Albany for Hill Day.
    — profiles “Kinney’s Favorite Pharmacist” donating his $1,000 prize to Post 551.
    — spotlights the POW/MIA table at JFK Airport and the Legionnaire responsible.
    — features the Legion keeping a long tradition at an Adirondack high peak.
    — reports on Commander Nessler joining a senator’s press conference at the VA.
    — reveals Monroe County Legion’s annual program welcoming the Rochester Red Wings.
    — reports on a Department scholarship donation in memory of an airman.
    — celebrates the 100th birthday of a World War II vet at Utica Post 229.
    — introduces the state director for American Legion Riders.
    — spotlights an artist offering to paint Old Glory on the outside of a Brooklyn Post’s building.
    — profiles in photos some of the Yankee Doodle Band brass players.