Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Old Glory Chapter 22

Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Old Glory Chapter 22

Since its founding more than 80 years ago, the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) has been dedicated to a single purpose: building better lives for America’s disabled veterans and their families. Fidelity to that mission has required DAV to respond creatively and flexibly to changing and sometimes unpredictable challenges faced by its constituency. Whether disabled veterans have needed a voice on Capitol Hill, a nationwide service program, a transportation network or unique rehabilitation opportunities, DAV has focused its attention and resources to meet those needs.

Founded in …

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Veterans of Foreign Wars: VFW Molleville Farm Post #467

Veterans of Foreign Wars: VFW Molleville Farm Post #467

How did the post get the name, Molleville Farm ?  Is it a real place or is it just made up?

In July of 1937, 24 veterans of the American Expeditionary Forces gave their VFW post  a name which was reminisant  of  the site where they had fought in France during World War 1 at Molleville Farm.  These men all belonged to the 29th Division from Carroll County, Westminster, Maryland.  The doughboys of the 29th ended up in France in a small provence called Alsace-Lorraine which …

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American Legion Riders… Still Serving and Riding!

American Legion Riders… Still Serving and Riding!

We’re excited to include the Carroll Post 31 American Legion Riders in our 145th Memorial Day Celebration. Here’s a little bit about them…

The mission of the American Legion Riders is to participate in parades and other ceremonies which are in keeping with the Aims and Purposes of the American Legion; to promote motorcycle safety programs; and to provide a social atmosphere for American Legioners who share the same interest. The Riders use their Association to promote and support programs of the American Legion Post 31. …

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