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American Legion Meets in Cut Bank Tomorrow

al_logotypeCUT BANK:  Mr. Randy Flammond, Commander of American Legion Post #40 in Cut Bank, said today about 75 Legionnaires and members of the Auxiliary are expected to attend the Fall meeting of Districts 3 and 8 on Sunday, October 15, 2017, at the Cut Bank High School.

Mr. Flammond said there are about 1500 Legionnaires in Districts 3 and 8.    The Districts cover Posts in Great Falls (2 Posts), Choteau, Fort Benton, Augusta, Dutton, Fairfield, Geraldine, Power, Vaughn, Cascade, Calgary, Valier, Conrad, Cut Bank, Shelby, Galata, Sweetgrass, and Browning.

 Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. at Cut Bank High School, located at 101 3rd Ave SE.  The Department program will begin at 10:00 a.m.

A joint banquet will begin at 12:00 noon at Moose Lodge located at 9 W Main St, with Department Vice Commander Richard Klose of Laurel as guest speaker.

The business meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m.  Zone Commander Mike Mehegan, will conduct the Legion meeting. The District 3 Auxiliary President, Barbra Monroe of Kevin and Monica Rice of Geraldine, will conduct the Auxiliary meetings.

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