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American Legion Riders

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Legion Riders Stand  Listen below!

The American Legion Riders are members of the American Legion who are also motorcycle enthusiasts. They can be found participating in parades, partaking in motorcycling events, and supporting the communities in which they live, work, and play. Members of the ALR come from the Legion, the Legion Auxilliary, and the Sons of the American Legion. The American Legion Riders were formed...
...to participate in parades and other ceremonies that 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 Legion members who share the same interest.
...to use our Association to promote and support programs of the American Legion.
The American Legion Riders is not a M/C, and does not practice M/C rules or regulations. The American Legion Riders is family-oriented, just as is its parent organization: the American Legion.
"We, your American Legion Riders, ride for God and Country, the American Legion family, and allied veterans everywhere, protect those that protect us, Amen."

The Mission of WAGS 4 WARRIORS is to
 unite veterans whom upon returning home from war suffer with PTSD or TBI with an appropriate dog, and to provide all of the training, equipment and support  for the dog to become the veterans service dog at NO COST to the veteran.The ultimate goal is for the service dog to take away the struggle the veterans face  everyday .

Post 627 Officers for 2016 / 2017

Director -  Tim Bartoszek 
Assistant Director & Membership - Mitch Rodes
2nd Vice - Mike Zsedsnay Sr. 
Exec. Board  - Tom Sledz
Exec. Board  - Bill Green
Exec. Board - Barry Miles
Finance Officer - Dennis Zawacki
Adjutant - Michelle Rodes
Sgt. at Arms -Ron DiCenzi
Chaplain - John Andujar
Historian - Brian Sweeney
Road Captains - Mike Zedsnay  - Jim Kirby

 ALR 627 Meetings 2nd Sunday of the month!

Visit The Ohio Veterans' Memorial Park
Home Of The Ohio Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Wall

Great site visit for ALL Military Job Information


Veterans, Asbestos, and Mesothelioma
More than 300 asbestos-contaminated products were used by the military, primarily by the Navy, from the 1930s through the 1970s. All ships, vessels and shipyards made use of asbestos; particularly where construction, overhauls and repairs took place.
Asbestos exposure can lead to the development of mesothelioma, a rare and aggressive cancer. Unfortunately, veterans comprise approximately 30 percent of all mesothelioma diagnoses and many veterans were exposed to asbestos during military service.
Please visit http://www.pleuralmesothelioma.com or http://www.mesotheliomaweb.org/veteran.htm
For more information visit  http://www.survivingmesothelioma.com/veterans-asbestos-mesothelioma.cfm 

The Cleveland Fisher House will be a 16,000 square foot home with 21 suites and will accommodate up to 42 family members. The cost to build the Fisher House will total approximately $6 Million. The goal of the medical center is to fundraise $3 Million. After the medical center reaches this goal, the Fisher House Foundation will build the Cleveland Fisher House.

Ways to Donate

Donate Online* - Easiest way to help a Veteran and their family.