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John Lenotte, Commander Jack Dorn, Adjutant Tony Dunn from Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 in Taylors attend the 2019 American Legion Fall Conference held at JW Marriott, Columbia, SC 4, 5, 6 October 2019.

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California Visitors 9985 Anne and Jay Baird from Riverside, California are escorted through the Cecil D. Buchanan Museum of Military History by Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214 Adjutant Tony Dunn. The Museum is open to the public on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Free of charge. - Photo by Beverly
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Fisher House Post 214

American Legion Department of South Carolina Commander Walt Richardson and Alternate National Executive Committeeman Bob Scherer are introducted at Harley-Davidson fundraiser for Fisher House.

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Post 214 Meeting 9817 Boys State students spoke at the September general meeting of American Legion Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Post 214. They were sponsored by the Post where they spoke to members of their experiences at Boys State. - Photo by Tony Dunn

Girls State 9817

Girls sponsored by Post 214 also spoke of their experiences at Girls State. - Photo by Stuarat McClure.
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VVA Meeting 02 18 19 Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 523 held their monthly at Shrine Club.
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Guest gather for instructions at VVA Chapter 523 annual Golf Tournament held at Paris Mountain Country Club.
Guest gather for instructions at VVA Chapter 523 annual Golf Tournament held at Paris Mountain Country Club.
Golfers ready to get out on the greens at VVA Chapter 523 Golf Tournament.
Golfers ready to get out on the greens at VVA Chapter 523 Golf Tournament.

 

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Law Enforcement of the Year

American Legion National Commander Brett P. Reistad presented the Officer of the Year Plaque to Lt. Jane Anderson.

Lt. Jane Anderson from Colorado Springs, Colorado has been a member of the City's Police Department for 30 years serving in a variety of units and mentoring numerous employees both sworn and civilian.

Lt. Anderson was first selected by a local American Legion Post in the Colorado Springs area and then her nomination was submitted to The American Legion Department of Colorado for consideration as Law Enforcement Officer of the Year at the Department of Colorado. Department of Colorado submitted her application to the American Legion National headquarters as a candidate for Law Enforcement Officer of the Year, which she was chosen at the National level.

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