National Commander Daniel J. Seehafer will visit Iowa February 16-17 and will be making 4 public appearances.
The locations hosting the events would appreciate if attendees RSVP.
Click below for schedule, details, and to RSVP for a visit.
The Spring District Conferences are a great opportunity for anyone seeking to learn more about The American Legion or wating to get more involved.
At the meeting you will hear reports from Department and National officers, Department Headquarters staff members, Department Service Office staff members, and Department and District Commission and Committee Chairs. All will help you gain knowledge of American Legion programs, policies and positions.
The annual visits of Veterans Affairs Health Care System facilities serving the veterans of Iowa and the Iowa Veterans Home have resumed.
All Legion, Auxiliary, and SAL members are welcome to participate.
Recent News & Updates
Department of Iowa, I Thank you for electing me your Department Commander. I thank you for the trust you put in me to help lead our great organization. My motto this year is the last four words of our Preamble “Devotion to Mutual Helpfulness”. Why? Because all of us...
PDC Rally, Unity and Colflesh Trophies On Saturday, November 19th, members of The American Legion of Iowa Family gathered at the annual Past District Commander’s Membership Rally, hosted by Van Meter American Legion Post #403. The Unity Award is given to the district...
By Carol Carpenter Hansoncaranhan@gmail.com 515-822-8635Historian with Brooklyn Historical Society For release: March 17, 2022 BROOKLYN, IOWA – A lot of parades have marched down the main street of this small Iowa town, but not many with the national and...
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