buf.patch   The American Legion of Montana   flag map of montana-555px

1
3
4
5
6
pow_banner
History Book

History Book

 Department of Montana History Book  Volume One 1919-1964 Volume Two 1965-2000  

"Women Proudly Served" Dogtags

Available now at Emblem Sales: Item # 815.702 Price $ 3.95  

Half Mast

Half Mast

 For current status click here

  • History Book

    History Book

    Friday, 10 October 2014 19:59
  • "Women Proudly Served" Dogtags

    Tuesday, 09 December 2014 16:12
  • Half Mast

    Half Mast

    Saturday, 10 December 2016 16:58

2017 Spring District Meeting

AMERICAN LEGION OF MONTANA

2017

SPRING DISTRICT MEETINGS

 

SAT MAR   11          DEPARTMENT ORATORY           HELENA

SUN MAR 12           DISTRICT 16                             BUTTE

SAT MAR  18           DISTRICT 5                         DRUMMOND

SUN MAR 19           DISTRICT 4                         POLSON

 

SAT MAR 25           DISTRICT 10                       COLSTRIP

SUN MAR  26         DISTRICT 11                        PARK CITY

 

SAT APR   1           DISTRICT 8/3                    GREAT FALLS

SUN APR  2            DISTRICT 9                        LEWISTOWN

 

SAT APR    22        DISTRICT 1                         SCOBEY

SUN APR   23        DISTRICT 2                          HAVRE

 

SAT APR   29        DISTRICT 7                 WHITE SULPHUR

 

 

MONDAY MAY 1 WILL BE THE PRE DEPARTMENT CONVENTION MEETING IN BILLINGS FOR THE OFFICERS AND PERSONNEL CONCERNED    

2017 AMERICAN LEGION NATIONAL CONVENTION RENO, NEVADA

AUGUST 18 – 24, 2017

GRAND SIERRA RESORT & CASINO

2500 East Second St

National Convention Reservation form for Legion, SAL & Auxiliary

 

2017 National Convention Registration

2017 NATIONAL CONVENTION TRANSPORTATION

If there is enough interest the Department will provide transportation for all American Legion Family members to the 2017 National Convention in Reno, Nevada. The Convention runs from August 18 through August 24; the coach would depart from Helena on Thursday August 17 at 6:00 PM and arrive in Reno approximately 8:00 PM on Friday August 18. If needed the coach could also pickup passengers in Butte and Dillon.

We need a minimum of 30 passengers, the coach can seat up to 42 passengers. The cost would be:

For 30 passengers - $165.00

For 35 passengers - $135.00

For 40 passengers - $125.00

The cost is for round trip.

If we have enough to take the coach, then the parade transportation fee on the National Convention Registration form would be waived.

Anyone desiring to ride the coach to Reno needs to fill out the form below and submit a refundable deposit of $100.00 per passenger prior to March 1, 2017. This is an absolute drop dead date as I will have to procure additional rooms on our hotel contract.

If you have questions contact Department Headquarters at 406-324-3989 or toll free 866-793-1257.

Transportation Registration

CRST Apprenticeship Program

CRST OFFERS VETERAN APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM FOR DRIVERS USING GI BILLBENEFITS
CRST International Approved by Department of Labor and the Veteran’s Administration
to Begin Program to Assist Veterans Transition into Trucking Careers
 
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (Aug. 30, 2016)—CRST International Inc. was approved for the Veteran Apprenticeship Program through the Department of Labor and the Veteran’s Administration. New and current CRST drivers using GI Bill™ benefits may now be eligible to earn additional monthly income as they transition into their new trucking careers with CRST.
 
Applicants to the 12-month program must be using GI Bill™ benefits to qualify for the program. Veterans will have the opportunity to earn up to an additional $13,400 tax-free from government funding during the 12-month program. The income levels are determined by number of years served and the type of benefits received through the GI Bill™.
 
“A company is made stronger when its employees are supported, and this program will ensure that our veterans making the transition to becoming CRST drivers have the assistance and support they need to succeed,” said Dave Rusch, CRST International president and CEO. “We provide some of the newest equipment and best training and pay in the industry and having guaranteed home time is another great benefit for veterans as they transition home from deployment.”
 
The Veteran Apprenticeship Program will complement CRST’s existing Heroes on the Highway military program for veterans joining the transportation industry.
 
“We’re proud to do all that we can to support our drivers who come to us after military service,” said Jenny Abernathy, CRST vice president of capacity development. “The transition can be difficult, and this program gives our veterans a chance to learn the skills they need while earning a good income.”
 
Approval for CRST International’s Veteran Apprenticeship Program comes on the heels of the company’s recognition as a 2016 Top 100 Military Friendly Employer.

Page 1 of 2

renew online button

      lit-sm

Daily Membership Report

   mem-logo

facebookfindus

Montana Legionnaire

      nwsltr logo

POW / MIA Of Montana

   POW-MIA

usaalogo2015

Target Dates

target dates

post911gibill

Department Directory