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The Road to Tree Town has announced three concerts to benefit The American Legion of Iowa in support of its Service Offices. The concerts featuring Jerrod Nieman, Joe Diffie, and Joe Denim will be held February 5th at the Paramount Theater in Cedar Rapids, February 6th at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, and February 6th at the 7 Flags Event Center in Clive.

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Special Mid-Winter Conference Entertainment

Saturday night of the Midwinter Conference will feature some special entertainment. Michigan, Miami and now Nashville recording celebrity David Ray will perform Saturday, February 14,  at no additional charge to the attendees of Midwinter Conference. The only requirement for you to attend is to have paid the registration fee for the conference. That registration fee is only $10. You wonít find a better deal anywhere and it will be a great way to end a day of education about The American Legion family.

The Department will also kick-off a raffle for a guitar autographed by Toby Keith at the 2014 Tree Town Festival.

The American Legion Recognized as Official Charity for Tree Town Music Festival 2015

Tree Town Music Festival is pleased to announce the nationís largest wartime veterans organization, The American Legion, will once again serve as the official charity of the annual country music event, which is fast becoming the largest of its kind.

In 2014, thousands of fans descended on Forest City, Iowa, for the first-year Memorial Day weekend event to catch performances by some of country musicís biggest stars, including Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Brantley Gilbert, Chris Young, Scotty McCreery and more.

For 2015, Tree Town Music Festival is bringing the hottest rising stars and established hit-makers in music to Forest City, Iowa, Memorial Day Weekend (May 21-24). The newly-expanded four-day event will feature performances by Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Rascal Flatts, Lee Brice, Eli Young Band, Thomas Rhett, Chase Rice, Maddie & Tae, Danielle Bradbery, Old Dominion, Casey Muessigmann, The Last Ride, Joe Denim, Hairball, Williams & Ree and more. This yearís festival will also feature The American Legion stage, hosting .38 Special, Chris Hawkey, Iowa native Ben Lau and others. In addition to non-stop music from multiple stages, the grounds of the event will once again be filled with beer tents, food vendors, rock climbing, zip lines and much more.

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Improvement Project Grants

American Legion posts with improvement projects and veterans in need with necessary home repairs are eligible to receive grants from The Home Depot Foundation, a longtime supporter of The American Legion. The Home Depot Foundation announced at National Convention last summer that it is dedicating no less than $1 million for American Legion projects throughout the country.

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American Legion of Iowa Electronic Newsletter


The American Legion, Department of Iowa, has started an electronic newsletter.  The newsletter is produced twice per month, with special editions when necessary.  Subscribe today to get the latest information from the Department delivered right to your email.


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LEGIONCARE:  $5,000 Accidental Death Benefit at NO COST to You.

Legionnaires now have the opportunity to assure their enrollment in LegionCare, the newly enhanced Accidental Death benefit available at No-Cost to Legionnaires. LegionCare is a one-of-a-kind benefit offered exclusively to Legionnaires. LegionCare provides all Legionnaires with:

  • $5,000 in Accidental Death Coverage for covered accidents that occur if you are traveling on official Legion business.

  • $1,000 for all other covered accidents.

  • 24/7 protection that covers Legionnaires at home, at work and while they are travelling away from home available for all Legionnaires in your Department.

IMPORTANT: All Legionnaires must activate their $5,000 in protection in order to be covered. Post Adjutants should provide members with an enrollment postcards when processing membership. The Adjutants are also asked to provide the postcards to Paid Up For Life (PUFL) members.  Legionnaires may also activate their coverage by going online at


Donít let any of your fellow Legionnaires let this opportunity pass them by. Please help ensure that all of the members in your Post are aware of this important benefit.


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