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Sparta Legion Youth Shooting Sports Program Outdoor Expo

September 21st 10-8pm 22nd 10-4.  

Interested Vendors call: 
Steph Wright 910-273-1597

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Help in supporting our community through family programs

The American Legion wants you to be involved within the community through the programs in which we have to offer our youth. 

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Sparta Legions Supports Freedom Honor Flight to honor our veterans

Freedom Honor Flight is a LaCrosse based organizations formed in April of 2008.  Their goal is simplet: to fly every World War II veteran who is able and willing out to Washington to visit "their" memorial before all our veterans of that war pass away. 

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We are The American Legion of Sparta Wisconsin

It is the nation's largest veterans service organization, committeed to mentoring & sponsorship of youth programs in our communities.  It's purpose is advocating patriotism and honor, promoting a strong national security & continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans.

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Weddings, Banquets, Corporate Meetings, Yeah we do that.

With two full bars and your choice of appetizers, buffet service or full-service plated dinners, our professional staff will treat you and your guests right!  We offer a variety of spaces and amenities to accommodate nearly any organization.  

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Written by American Legion 30 August 2015

A spectrum of sound

A spectrum of sound

After a year's hiatus, The American Legion National Convention Band Contest roared back to life at the Baltimore Convention Center on Aug. 29.

The four competing concert bands all found ways to either stir memories with well-known music or demonstrate through less familiar pieces how music can adapt. Among the three pieces per band:

• The Waltham (

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Written by American Legion 30 August 2015

For God and Country

For God and Country

At the May 1919 St. Louis Caucus, where hundreds of World War I veterans gathered to establish the purposes and principles of the newborn American Legion, there was some grumbling. “The inability to come to consensus on critical issues threatened the very existence of the new organization,” American Legion National Chaplain Randy Cash explained Aug

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Written by American Legion 30 August 2015

For God and Country

For God and Country

At the May 1919 St. Louis Caucus, where hundreds of World War I veterans gathered to establish the purposes and principles of the newborn American Legion, there was some grumbling. “The inability to come to consensus on critical issues threatened the very existence of the new organization,” American Legion National Chaplain Randy Cash explained Aug

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Written by American Legion 29 August 2015

Engagement: key to the veteran job search

Engagement: key to the veteran job search

It’s not enough to post a résumé on a website if you’re a veteran looking to parlay military experience into a rewarding career, private-sector employers said Aug. 29 in a panel discussion at the 97th American Legion National Convention.

“Anytime you can go to an interview that’s in a professional setting, go,” advised Vivian Greentree, senior vice

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Written by American Legion 29 August 2015

Family support, veteran-to-veteran connections for PTSD-TBI sufferers

Rose Hodgeboom, an American Legion service officer and district vice commander from Lacy, Wash., says that when a veteran is coping with the challenges of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or traumatic brain injury (TBI), help must be provided for the entire family.

“There is no assistance for the spouse,” she told members of The American Leg

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