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The American Legion is conducting a Town Hall meeting at Ft. Knox, Kentucky for military families on August 23, complete with a parade. They want to hear about issues affecting military families and how they can help.
We will be delighted if you come last minute but prefer thatyou R.S.V.P. by e-mailing The American Legion at email@example.com.
All military families will be invited to sit in the reviewing stand to watch The American Legion Parade immediately following the Forum. We look forward to seeing you there. Let Your Voice Be Heard!
The Military Family Forum is a 'Town Hall" style event being hostedby America's largest war-time veterans service organization,The American Legion. The American Legion has over 2.5 millionmembers living across the U.S.A. Representatives from The AmericanLegion, Ft. Knox and other Military Family advocates want to hearfrom YOU and your family members about what military families aregoing through and how we can help to address the issues that affectyou. Come to listen, and come to be heard.
Louisville Convention Center,Conference Theater, Level 1Sunday, 23 AUGUST 200914:00-16:00 hrs (2:00pm-4:00pm)
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