Members of the South Carolina American Legion gather in Columbia for 2018 Fall Conference.
Members of the South Carolina American Legion gather in Columbia for 2018 Fall Conference.
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Member of Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 Carroll Kelley, Peter Butchart, Ed Collins, and Adjutant Tony Dunn attend October Gun Show at TD Center to inform visitors about American Legion and their programs to help Veterans and Community.
Member of Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 Carroll Kelley, Peter Butchart, Ed Collins, and Adjutant Tony Dunn attend October Gun Show at TD Center to inform visitors about American Legion and their programs to help Veterans and Community.

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Tony Dunn Adjutant of Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 attended the Taylors Town Square Meeting informing guest about the American Legion and Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History.  The Taylors Town Square meets the first Wednesday of the month at Taylors First Baptist Church Ministry Center.
Tony Dunn Adjutant of Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 attended the Taylors Town Square Meeting informing guest about the American Legion and Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History. The Taylors Town Square meets the first Wednesday of the month at Taylors First Baptist Church Ministry Center.
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Tigerville, SC (October 3, 2018) –­ North Greenville University’s Leadership and Professional Development Department will offer a half-day workshop on interview skills for veterans on October 30 at The Tim Brashier Campus on 405 Lancaster Avenue in Greer.

“This seminar is designed to equip our transitioning veterans with skills needed in the interview process as they move from military to civilian life,” states Dr. Jill Rayburn, NGU’s Director of Academic Engagement and Outreach.  Rayburn continues, “We are excited to partner with The RECON Network to make this event possible for these heroes. 

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30th Division Remembered

30th Division Remembered

Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. American Legion Post 214 Color Guard took part in the Honoring of the 30th Infantry Division. Having their training at Camp Severe, Greenville before going to France, braking through the Hindenburg Line, bring an end to World War 1. The Commemoration was held at McPherson Park Downtown Greenville.

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Kelvin A. Shwedo, Executive Director of SCDMV and thrity-two years in the US Army (Col. Ret.), was guest speaker at Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. American Legion Post 214. Swedo was Deputy Commander Ft. Jackson, 6 years in Fantry, Germany. He graduated from the War College and was appointed by SC Gov. Nikki Haley to SCDMV. He received South Carolina's Highest Honor, the Order of the Palmetto.
Kelvin A. Shwedo, Executive Director of SCDMV and thrity-two years in the US Army (Col. Ret.), was guest speaker at Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. American Legion Post 214. Swedo was Deputy Commander at Ft. Jackson and 6 years in Fantry, Germany. He graduated from the War College and was appointed by SC Gov. Nikki Haley to SCDMV. He received South Carolina's Highest Honor, the Order of the Palmetto.
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At the general meeting of Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. American Legion Post 214 Past SC Department Commander Bob Scherer presented the Post with a copy of the Declaration of Independence. Commander Clyd Rector accepted on behalf of the Post..
At the general meeting of Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. American Legion Post 214, Past SC Department Commander Bob Scherer presented the Post with a copy of the Declaration of Independence. Commander Clyd Rector accepted on behalf of the Post..
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