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Kids being Members

Our Florida Detachment Commander Kirk Miller extends his warm wishes. Who are the Sons of the American Legion and what do they do.  In 1932 The American Legion Created a Program called “The Sons of the American Legion. Membership is open to all Legion members - sons, grandsons and great grandsons. Many of our Legionnaires also hold dual membership in the Sons due their father’s or Grandfathers service.  The Best Example of this is our Eastern Area Commander, Bob Kiley, is a Son.  Since the 60’s, Our Florida Sons, has prospered and grown to over 15,500 members, with a goal of over 16,000 for this year The Sons focus on much more than just membership.  At all levels, The Sons support not only The American Legion programs but their own as well some examples of the fund raising efforts are:


·         Children and Youth projects.

·         Special Olympics

·         Children’s Miracle Network


Of Special Note: In the past 10 years, The Sons has raised more than $1 million for The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation. Our Mission is simple, to serve our Veterans and our Community. At Post 19, you, as a member, can give your son, grandson, or great grandson the Gift of Sons of the Legion Membership very easily.


 Sons, Grandsons or Great Grandsons Under the age of 21 - $10, over 21 - $26


They don’t have to live here – Our District 6 Commander’s grandsons who live in Denver and are members of Post 347. Application is simple – a Copy of your Membership Card, Your DD 214, and an application.


BEST Christmas Stocking Stuffer you can give!!

SAL members can enroll their Sons, Grandsons, and Great Grandson under the DD 214 that got you your membership.

Same Prices: $10 under 21 yrs. of age, $26 over 21 yrs. of age.


Sons Legion,
Dec 3, 2013, 9:49 AM