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  • Monday, June 26, 2017

    Riders Raise $2,678 at Legacy Meet-and-Greet in Hornell

    American Legion Riders (ALR) in the 7th and 8th Districts had their third annual Legacy Meet and Greet on Sunday, June 25, raising $2,678 for the American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund, reports Jerry Ketchum, vice state director for 7th & 8th districts.

    The luncheon event was held at Arthur H. Cunningham Post 440 in Hornell.

    The Hornell chapter hosted the event and donated food. Ketchum said other chapters making donations included: Lima Chapter 282, Machias Chapter 1460, Waterloo Chapter 435, Wellsville Chapter 702, and Sonyea Chapter 1341.

    Riders donate to Legacy Fund

    Phil Dewey, director of the Lima Chapter, presents check to state Director Dave Davis, center, for the Legacy Scholarship Fund. At right is Jerry Ketchum, vice state director.