We regret to announce the death of Reggie Young on 5/15/22. In lieu of flowers, the Young family 
requests you consider a contribution in his memory to American Legion NC Post 70, 103 Reddick Rd., Asheville, NC 28805. 

HOME of THE ASHEVILLE CARDINALS

    and the Lady Cardinals

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Asheville, NC
Home of A.L. Post #70
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BINGO: TUESDAYS AT 7 P.M.

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Post 70 is enormously grateful to the Omni Grove Park Inn for its generous contributions over the past several years.  These funds have allowed us to run our athletic programs which serve our local youth.  Thanks!  Please support the OGPI.

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5/30/22

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District Cmdr. Fisk hands the gavel to new Post 70 Cmdr. Mike Buchanan (6/8/21).

Lady's softball is back in 2022!

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VETS CEMETERY IN BLACK MT.  NEEDS HELP CUTTING GRASS.  CONTACT: J.D. WHISNANT @ 828 669-0684

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Memorial to Charles George,             museum of the                      Cherokee Indian

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THE AMERICAN LEGION IS THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES FOR WARTIME VETERANS.  THERE ARE SOME 2.4 MILLION MEMBERS OPERATING IN ABOUT 14,000 POSTS ACROSS THE NATION.  SINCE ITS INCEPTION BY AN ACT OF CONGRESS IN 1919,  THE LEGION HAS WORKED HARD TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF VETERANS, THEIR FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES.  THERE ARE FOUR PILLARS ON WHICH THE ORGANIZATION IS BASED: VETERANS AFFAIRS & REHABILITATION, NATIONAL SECURITY, AMERICANISM, AND CHILDREN & YOUTH.

 

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