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As time goes on...more and more Post, District, and Department Vice Commander resources will become available on the page

POST EVENT REMINDER CHECKLIST

(Courtesy of Post 284, Arlington)


2018-2019 POST OFFICER CERTIFICATION 

Due to Department Headquarters a minimum of 5 days Prior to Department Convention


POST ON-LINE MEMBERSHIP NEW & RENEWAL PROCESS


Does Your Post Comply with IRS Publication 3386?


2018-19 Membership Awards Manual


Fillable Member Data Form


AMERICAN LEGION EMBLEM USE REQUEST FORM

AMERICAN LEGION LEGION EMBLEM USE ON-LINE REQUEST LINK

 


2018-2019 SQUADRON OFFICER CERTIFICATION

Due to Department Headquarters a minimum of 5 days Prior to Department Convention


Post Constitution and By-Laws Template


SUPPLEMENTAL CHARTER APPLICATION

AND

INSTRUCTIONS

IRS INCLUSION LETTER


 155 FUND RAISING IDEAS


Tennessee Media Outlet List
Sorted by Agency Name


Public Chapter 966 Tennessee Veteran License Plate Changes


US FLAG REWARDS - EVERY FLAG IN YOUR COMMUNITY CAN

FINANCIALLY BENEFIT YOUR POST

FLAG REWARDS REGISTRATION

FLAG REWARDS SPONSORSHIP REGISTRATION


Suspension-Expulsion Policy   


Posts and Associated Auxiliary Units

The relationship between a Unit and a Post is one of cooperation rather than regulation. The American legion Posts and American Legion Auxiliary Units are related but independent organizations. 

The National Judge Advocate has issued the following ruling: An Auxiliary Unit supports the Post and is separately chartered by the Auxiliary National Constitution and Bylaws. The Auxiliary is tax exempt under section 501(c)(19) of the Code and is included in the group ruling to determine whether the Post meets membership requirements concerning exemption from federal income tax of a Post; “at least 75 percent of the members of which are past or present members of the Armed Forces of the United States and substantially all of the other members of which are individuals who are cadets or are spouses, widows, or widowers of past or present members of the Armed Forces of the United States or of cadets”. 

The members of a section 501(c)(19) auxiliary that is related to a Post are a separately formed organization and recognized as tax exempt and, therefore, the auxiliary members are not considered members of a Post.


 


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