American Legion installs officers



CUMMING, Ga. — The American Legion Post 307 recently conducted its 2017-18 officer installation at the Georgia National Guard Armory. Installation was conducted by 307 members and Georgia Department Jr. Vice Commander, Geoff Toman. 

Installation of the Post Auxiliary Unit 2196 President is Pauline McKinny, being sworn in by Dept. of Georgia, Chaplain and past unit President, Phyllis Singleton.

The mission of the American Legion, Riders and Auxiliary is to serve the veteran, family, promote and observe patriotic events and Americanism youth programs, such as Boys and Girls State, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Jr Reserve Officers’ Training Corps.

Any honorably discharged veteran who has served during a wartime era is eligible to join the American Legion. Meetings are the second Monday of the month 6:30 p.m. at the Georgia National Guard Armory, 100 Aquatic Circle, Cumming, 30040.

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