Guyer-Carignan Post 22
189 Mechanic Street - Lebanon, NH 03766
Tele: (603) 448-3429


Hours of Operation
 Mon-Wed 12N-10:00 * Thurs 12N-11:30 * Fri -12N-12:30 * Sat 10am-11:30
*Sun 11am-9:00 *Sat w/Band 10am-12:30
Commander Robert St. Pierre
 
Robert St. Pierre
Commander
!! We need YOU !!
Remember, it is not the price you pay to stay with us that’s important; it is the price you paid.

PLEASE CONSIDER RENEWING YOUR DUES TODAY
 AND,
 !!!!THANK YOU!!!!
GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

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August 28 - September 3
97th Annual National Convention - Baltimore, Maryland
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The American Legion is the largest wartime veterans service organization with 2.4 million members in nearly 14,000 posts in nearly every community in America. The Legion, established by an act of Congress in 1919, was instrumental in getting the original GI Bill through Congress and the creation of the Department of Veterans Affairs.  Today, the organization is active throughout the United States, supporting current military personnel and veterans, sponsoring American Legion Baseball, Boys State, Oratorical Contests and other activities for youth, and pushing for the adoption of a constitutional amendment to prohibit desecration of the U.S. flag.
Your generous, tax-deductible contribution to American Legion Charities provides direct support and assistance to veterans, military personnel, families and communities.
Contact Information
Dues
Larry Greenwood
Funeral / Wakes
Larry Greenwood
Hospitalization
Louis Sabotto
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
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8/26 - Wing Nite 5:30pm - 7:30pm
8/27 - Jukebox Friday @ 6pm
8/30 – Legion Riders Meeting @ 11am
8/31 - 9/12 SAL Sportsperson Raffle
9/3 - Legion & Auxiliary Meeting @7pm
9/9 - Wing Nite @ 5:30pm - 7:30pm
9/10 - SAL Meeting @ 6pm
9/11 - Bar & Grill begins for the season @ 5:30pm
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National Commander Helm:

A year of hands-on help for veterans



Challenges

The current global war on terror illustrates a few deficiencies in services provided for women veterans. Never before have women servicemembers been engaged in constant combative environments. Participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom has forced them to expand their military roles to ensure their own survival, as well as the survival of their units. They sustain the same types of injuries that their male counterparts endure. Any future women veterans’ research will need to take into consideration the physical effects of combat on women veterans, not just mental effects of combat and military sexual trauma.  Read more