Planning for The Ohio Legacy 2022 has begun dates are June 23-June 26, 2022. If your Post would like to host the Ohio Legacy Riders for a food stop, or rest stop email Mike Schrull, Rider Director for Avon Lake 211 at firstname.lastname@example.org
The American Legion Department of Ohio
2022 Mid-Winter Conference
The Crowne Plaza Hotel North
6500 Doubletree Avenue
Columbus, OH 43229
Friday, January 21, 2022 – Sunday, January 23, 2022
This is an American Legion Family event for The American Legion, Sons of The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary and The American Legion Riders. The conference is focused on training and education of the American Legion and its offices/ programs through Buckeye American Legion College. Anyone is welcome to attend the conference and any meetings and classes offered.
To make reservations please call 614-885-1885. Select option #2 to receive the discounted group rate of $ 103.00 plus tax. Please reference “American Legion Mid-Winter” or the three- letter code “AAL” when making reservations. Deadline for hotel reservations is January 13th
» Please visit HERE and fill out the registration link. (*Pre-Registration is now closed*)
» Please Click HERE for the tentative schedule of events.
The Department of Ohio will also be hosting a formal awards banquet. Registration for the Department Award Banquet can be downloaded HERE and mailed to Department or filled out online toward the bottom of the page HERE. E-mail confirmations will be sent to verify your banquet ticket purchase if provided. If you do not receive an email after purchasing a ticket, please contact Department Headquarters.
Tickets are $40.00 per person.
For more information on the event contact Christie White at email@example.com or call (740) 362-7478.
SEE YOU THERE!
*If there are any Covid-19 mandates, we will publish them on ohiolegion.com* – *Update 01/05/2022*: Those attending Mid-Winter Conference please note that the hotel restrictions have been updated: “Masks must be worn unless you are actively eating or drinking. In public spaces including Lobby and Hallways”
Never Stop Serving, Jean L. Wilson, Department of Ohio Commander, American Legion 2021-2022
The American Legion’s new single sign-on for its web assets.
To American Legion members:
If you are a current registered user of American Legion national websites and have tried to sign on, you probably noticed the new login screen and re-registration requirement. The American Legion has created a new single sign-on process as its first stage of a multi-stage rollout that will allow The American Legion to provide a streamlined and better user experience within its web environment.
Read More to Register
To begin your one-time single sign-on process, current registered users of American Legion web assets must re-register. This re-registration will allow members and non-members to continue accessing the valuable information and tools provided on:
(Note: this requirement does not currently apply to registered users of the Emblem Sales website.)
The new platform that The American Legion is moving to requires each user to have a unique email address as the username. This, in conjunction with a move from a vendor proprietary system, which required the Legion to renew accounts for all American Legion web properties. Please note that all member information is still within MyLegion, securely and safely housed.
Your five steps to re-register:
- Click the “Sign In” tab on any American Legion web property. You will be taken to the single sign-on site.
- Click “Register as a new user.” Fill in the entire form using your best contact email address and member ID (if applicable). All information you provide is kept safe and secure.
- Enter and confirm your new password of choice.
- Click “Finish” to receive your confirmation email.
- Click the link to confirm your new account in the confirmation email (check your junk email inbox). The provided email will be from firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you register as a new user, please fill out the entire profile to continue accessing member-only benefits such as discount codes, the ability to print membership card and manage membership renewal all through MyLegion.org.
Your questions answered:
Q: Why am I told my account no longer exists?
A: The new platform that The American Legion is moving to requires each user to have a unique email address as the username. This, in conjunction with a move from a vendor proprietary system, which required us to renew accounts for all American Legion web properties. Please note that all member information is still within MyLegion, securely and safely housed.
Q: Should I fill out the entire profile?
A: Yes you should. By filling out the entire profile, especially your member ID, continued access to member-only benefits is ensured.
Q: What if I haven’t received the confirmation email after registering?
A: Please attempt to log in. You will be taken to the Please Confirm page or click here to generate a new message for the email address used during registration. You may need to enter your email address manually if you go directly to the page.
Q: What should I do if I confirmed my account but am still having trouble logging in?
A: Please verify that your new password is correct.
Look for more updates as The American Legion National Headquarters improves the web-user’s experience in the months to come.
To complete the registration process you must confirm the response email sent from email@example.com.
Mission Blue Post Assistance Program (PAP) Grant
The Mission Blue Post Assistance Program (PAP) grant is intended to assist posts whose revenue has been negatively impacted from the effects of the COVID-19 health crisis within the community, as well as any government-mandated restrictions. The funds distributed from this grant are to be exclusively used to meet financial responsibilities associated with maintaining post facilities and community presence.
Click Here for more information and Application
Grants are only approved to cover costs and fees associated with mortgage payments, rent, insurance premiums, and/or utilities. Recipient posts are prohibited from using funds to maintain or cover a loss of income from any registered post business (including but not limited to post bars, cantinas, restaurants, etc.) paying post employees, building upgrades or repairs, taxes, fines/fees/penalties, or funding post activities and programs. Posts who meet all the required criteria may receive up to $1,000.00 from the Mission Blue PAP fund.
Click Here to download the POST GRANT APPLICATION
2020 Department CPR Impact Report
This report reflects The American Legion Department of Ohio totals of all Consolidated Post Report (CPR) reporting that Posts provided for the 2020 membership year. It contains statistic totals and CPR category descriptions from all reporting Ohio Posts.
Preamble to the Constitution: For God and Country, we associate ourselves together for the following purposes:
To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America; to maintain law and order; to foster and perpetuate a one hundred per cent Americanism; to preserve the memories and incidents of our associations in all wars; to inculcate a sense of individual obligation to the community, state and nation; to combat the autocracy of both the classes and the masses; to make right the master of might; to promote peace and good will on earth; to safeguard and transmit to posterity the principles of justice, freedom, and democracy; to consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by our devotion to mutual helpfulness.