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Suicide Prevention Tribute Truck and Float with 16th District Leadership Team led by District Commander Sonnie Dickerson at Northern Virginia Veterans Parade.
16th District Color Guard consisting of flags from Post 330, 150, 293 and 34.  Carried by: D Gould (10), Blaine Anderson (293), Ed Miniaci (150), John Carty (34) at Northern Virginia Veterans Parade.
Past National Commander Dan Dellinger, Department Vice Commander Joe Dudley, and Past 16th District Commander Bob Brady at Northern Virginia Veterans Parade.
Ticket and raffle sales during the Fall Conference to support the 100th Anniversary Gala coming in March 2019.
Steve Botello (16 District Service Officer) provides training for Service Officers during the Fall Conference.
Commander Queck stops by the Media and Communications Committee meeting to address the Legionnaires in attendance.
Beaverdam Post 90 staffs Information and recruiting table October 13 at the Beaverdam Heritage Days event.
Beaverdam Post 90 provided the Color Guard October 13 at the Beaverdam Heritage Days event.
Tom Queck takes the helm as the Department of Virginia Commander for 2018-2019.
Virginia\'s own Brett P. Reistad was elected National Commander of The American Legion during the 100th national convention.
Post 325 Boys State Participants share their experiences during regular Post meeting.

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The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic, mutual help and community service organization. It has a worldwide membership of 2.8 million.
The Department of Virginia is comprised of 222 posts divided into 17 Districts. Currently we have over 59,000 members.

The Department Headquarters office is located in Richmond, VA

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