|Please Feel Free to Join Us
for Our Monthly Meetings
the 4th Wednesday of Each Month
June 26 @ 7:00pm in the Hall
This should be an exciting year for all, and we are happy to announce the newly elected officers for Post 194 ALR!
Director, Hoppy Wylds
Asst. Director, Dan Caudill
Finance Officer, Johnny Oliver
Chaplain, Maria Easter
Secretary, Kelly Mullins (Jr)
Membership Officer, Kelly Mullins (Sr)
Sergeant at Arms, Jimmy Wylds
Road Captain, Blake Clark
Wish everyone a Blessed Memorial Day weekend and hope to see a good turnout this Saturday morning to honor Blake's great grandmother. Norma Jean Clark, as we lead the procession for her Celebration of Life with our fellow ALR Members, and any other riders who want to join us. As a sign of respect and camaraderie for Norma Jean and the American Legion organizations, we would like to request that we all wear white shirts with dark pants and our ALR vests.
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American Legion Riders
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Legion Riders Today:
Currently, over 110,000 American Legion Riders meet in over 2,000 chapters in every domestic department and in at least three foreign countries. Riders in all states have escorted military units returning home from combat tours overseas, conducted massive cross-country fundraising events for wounded warriors from all services, and have raised millions of dollars for countless local, state and national charities. Many Riders, supported by their departments, conduct Annual Statewide Legacy Runs in direct support of American Legion Scholarship Programs of Operation Comfort Warriors (OCW), supporting our wounded service members across the nation.
ALR Members are part of many projects and events across the country, including, but not limited to:
- Rolling Thunder, the annual POW/MIA Rally in Washington on Memorial Day weekend.
- Annual regional rides such as Operation Wounded Warrior, sponsored by Riders in Nevada, Texas, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, California and other Western states.
- Local charity events in support of The American Legion and local communities.
- Raising money for VA hospitals, women and children centers, children and youth centers, schools and other facilities.
- Sponsoring or participating in motorcycle runs to benefit numerous charities.
- Local memorial ceremonies and community parades.
- The American Legion Legacy Run, an annual cross-country fundraising ride from National Headquarters in Indianapolis to the National Convention City.
- Riding to honor fallen military men and women, and to protect the sanctity of their funerals from those who would dishonor their memory.
- Escorting military units to departure airfields and airports for combat tours overseas, and welcoming them home upon their return.
- Members must hold current membership in and be in good standing with The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary or Sons of The American Legion.
- Members must be legally registered motorcycle owners or be the legally registered owner's spouse within the state of registration.
- All operators must be properly licensed and insured per state laws.
- All members must obey motor-vehicle laws in the state in which they are operating a motorcycle or riding as a passenger.
Recommended Guidelines for ALR Groups of American Legion:
American Legion Rider groups shall abide by The American Legion Constitution and By-laws as well as the established Post and Department directives.
The American Legion National Headquarters and the respective Departments shall maintain general oversight of ALR Program as regards to proper use of the name and emblem of The American Legion, ALR and The American Legion Legacy Run, and compliance with the National Constitution and By-Laws of The American Legion.
- All members of The American Legion Riders shall be current members of The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary or Sons of The American Legion
- Each ALR member shall establish and maintain membership by owning, individually or through marriage, a motorcycle licensed and insured as required by state law
- ALR programs may allow for continued membership for those members who have given up motorcycle ownership because of age, illness, injury, or other reasons outside the member's control
- All ALR members shall strive to maintain the image of The American Legion, at all times upholding The American Legion name and emblem, which symbolizes the integrity and principles of this great organization
- All The ALR groups shall avoid the perception of being a "motorcycle club" or biker club"
- The only recognized The American Legion Rider logo is that which is copyrighted and sold through The American Legion National Emblem sales
- All Members will obey the motorcycle laws of their state
- No use of rockers with the ALR patch because touching the patch violates trademark laws of the ALR patch
- Sponsoring organization (Post and Department) will review liability insurance coverage to ensure that adequate coverage is available to cover the organization to include coverage for any specific special riding events.
For More Information:
Please contact one of the above listed newly elected officers if you are looking for additional information on becoming a member or have questions regarding our ALR Group at the Mason American Legion Post 194. Make it an Amazing Day!