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The Department of France
The American Legion Department of France was chartered in 1924, and except for six years during World War II has been in continues operation. The American Legion, Department of France is devoted to mutual helpfulnesss of veterans (both single and married) and their families, with 32 Posts throughout Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and Thailand.
If you know a veteran or veteran's family member who needs help, please have that person contact one of the following:
Posted 13 October 2017
The Department of France Surpasses the 55% Mark
The 55% American Legion Membership close out date was on Wednesday October 11th, and the Department of France beat that mark closing out at 70.20%. Great job members of the Department of France.
The next American Legion Membership cutoff date is 15 November 2017, the 65% mark. The next Department of France cutoff date is 3 November 2017, also the 65% mark.
Did you know that if your Post makes the 100% mark on or before 31 December 2017 your Post will receive back $1.00 for each member in the Post. Right now better than 50% of the Posts in the Department of France are in the hunt for this great membership incentive.
To all Posts and Officers of the Department of France
Attached is the plan for electronic membership transmittal for your Posts. The Posts will now send their membership transmittal directly to National. We, the Department of France, have the privilege to testing this process out side the Continental United States. We start this process as of November 1, 2017. Please read and bring your questions to the DEC, where we will explain this process further. We want to have a class after the DEC for all those interested. If you are not attending the DEC, contact us and we will set a time to visit your post and explain it to you.
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