Legion Groups

Legion Riders

Commitment to Mission. Love for the Ride.

The American Legion Riders is an officially recognized national program comprised of members of the American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, and Sons of the American Legion. The group was formed in 1993 in order to integrate members’ commitment to the American Legion’s mission along with their deep-seated love for motorcycles. Today the American Legion Riders is comprised of over 110,000 members who meet in more than 2,000 chapters throughout the United States and in at least three foreign countries as well.

Our Programs

Members of the American Legion Riders are involved with many humanitarian programs, including Rolling Thunder, which rallies in Washington, D.C. on Memorial Day weekend, and the American Legion Legacy Run, an annual cross-country fundraising ride.

Additional duties of American Legion Riders may include rides in support of Operation Wounded Warrior, Veterans homes and hospitals, fallen military men and women, and a variety of other charitable causes. Members of the American Legion Riders also raise morale by escorting military units departing to or returning from combat tours overseas.

Join Us

Members of the Clearwater Legion Riders assist in American Legion Post 323’s endeavors in a great many ways, supporting us by participating in semiannual motorcycle rides as well as through several other philanthropic projects.

By supporting our American Legion Riders fundraising runs, work for local charities which support veterans and their families, and special projects such as participation in ceremonies and parades, you too can do great by our nation by perpetuating our values and protecting our way of life.

Please call us at (320) 558-6627 to learn more about these efforts and how you may

Sons of the American Legion

Preserving American Life, Values, & Traditions

Founded in 1932, the Sons of the American Legion is comprised of the male descendants and adopted sons of American Legion members, as well as descendants of veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation in foreign wars.

As a member of the American Legion Family, the Sons of the American Legion places the utmost importance on preserving our American way of life, honoring its values and traditions, teaching good citizenship, and caring for our veterans and their families.

Joining Forces
to Give Back

The Sons of the American Legion’s more than 350,000 members stand by to assist with the American Legion’s humanitarian programs.

These include participating in veterans’ programs, volunteering at Department of Veterans Affairs homes and hospitals, and raising funds for youth projects. Since 1988, Sons of the American Legion members have raised several million dollars and donated over one million hours’ worth of their time toward our worthy programs. The United States of America would have been a much poorer place had the men and boys who comprise the Sons of the American Legion not shown such tenacity, decency, and commitment to preserving our way of life.

Join OUR EFFORTS

If you cherish the spirit of benefaction, volunteerism, philanthropism, qualify for membership, and wish to honor your great forebear’s service to our country by continuing to do good in their name, then we welcome you to learn more about joining the Sons of the American Legion.

We at Clearwater American Legion Post 323 are standing by to tell you more about how you can make a real difference in the world, today.

Auxiliary Unit 323

Service Before Self

The mission of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 323 is to put service before self in pursuit of supporting the American Legion and its honorable task of helping both enlisted members as well as veterans of the United States Armed Forces and their families.

However we may be of assistance to people who are directly impacted by the great tolls which service and sacrifice demand, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 323 is standing by to demonstrate gratitude, patriotism, and support.

The mission of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 323 is to put service before self in pursuit of supporting the American Legion and its honorable task of helping both enlisted members as well as veterans of the United States Armed Forces and their families.

However we may be of assistance to people who are directly impacted by the great tolls which service and sacrifice demand, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 323 is standing by to demonstrate gratitude, patriotism, and support.

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