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Please contact the Post Membership Chairman, Amery Vasso, with your questions about:

New Membership

Transferring Your Membership

Paid Up for Life

Dues

Correction of Information

Address Changes

Etc.!

Your best first step is to contact the Membership Chairman.

whartonlegion91join@gmail.com or whartonlegion91@gmail.com

(973) 349-4777

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IMPORTANT NOTICE!

You are reminded of the following from the National By-Laws; Article IV, Section 4. A MEMBER whose dues for the current year have not been paid by

  • AFTER JANUARY 1st - shall be classed as delinquentIf his/her dues are paid on or before February First (1st) he/she shall be automatically reinstated.

  • AFTER FEBRUARY 1st - If he/she is still delinquent after February First (1st), he/she shall be suspended from all post privileges.

  • ON JUNE 30th If he/she is still under such suspension on June Thirtieth (30th) of such year their membership in the American Legion shall be forfeited.

 

If you know anyone on the list below please ask them to renew or contact the Membership chairman to discuss their renewal!

List is current as of 5/18/2019

1

Grant

Michael

2

Heinze

Timothy

3

Hill

Peter

4

Hopler

Keith

5

Johnson

William

6

Kraw

John

7

Lacarrubba

Richard

8

Miller

Grant

9

Mondelli

Ronald

10

Nalavany

Joseph

11

Pallotta

John

12

Ricci

Anthony

13

Rivera

Miguel

 

 

The Membership Board in the Post Bar - instructions and forms are provided in each of the larger boxes.

Also the box below the board is the lockbox for applications and dues.


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2019 Membership Target Dates

1st Target 50% in Trenton By September  Done!
2nd Target 55% in Trenton By October  Done!
3rd Target 65% in Trenton By November  Done!
4th Target 75% in Trenton By December  Done!
5th Target 80% in Trenton By January  Done!
6th Target 85% in Trenton By February  Done!
7th Target 90% in Trenton By March  Done!
8th Target 95% in Trenton By April  Done!
9th Target 100% in Trenton By May  Done!

William J Hocking Post 91 is OVER THE TOP FOR 2019!

This is 2 years in a row - thank you MEMBERS for your loyalty to the American Legion and the Post!


 

NEC Adopts Resolutions 1 and 2 - Membership Eligibility

These Resolutions are to petition Congress to expand membership eligibility - they are NOT IN FORCE so current membership eligibilty remain. More to follow as we learn these Resolutions progress.

Resolution 1

Resolution 2

 

Bipartisan LEGION Act introduced in the Senate

A bill expanding membership eligibility for the American Legion was filed last week in the Senate. The Let Everyone Get Involved in Opportunities for National Service Act — also known as the LEGION Act — is a bipartisan effort introduced by Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) and co-sponsored by Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.). Because the American Legion’s membership periods are congressionally chartered, the organization is prevented from expanding membership eligibility without an act of Congress. The act expands membership eligibility to honorably discharged veterans who have served in unrecognized times of war since World War II.

“Nearly 1,600 brave American men and women were killed or wounded since World War II, while defending our nation during times not officially recognized as periods of war by the U.S. government,” American Legion National Commander Brett P. Reistad said. “These veterans are unable to receive some of the benefits and recognition available to their counterparts who served during official wartime periods.

“Because The American Legion is congressionally chartered, we are unable to welcome many of these veterans as members of the nation’s largest veterans organization. It is fitting that during the 100th anniversary of the founding of The American Legion, Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Thom Tillis are introducing the LEGION Act, bipartisan legislation that will recognize all veterans who served honorably since the start of World War II, while also fostering growth within the veteran community. Moreover, we salute Sen. Sinema for making this the first bill that she has introduced as a newly elected U.S. senator. We hope that the American people will encourage all members of Congress to support the LEGION Act. It is an appropriate ‘thank you’ to those who served.”

“The American Legion provides critical resources to our veterans, but currently, only veterans who served during formally recognized conflicts can belong to the Legion,” said Sinema, a member of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. “That restriction leaves out thousands of former American servicemembers who signed up to defend our country. Our legislation rights this wrong and ensures veterans have the opportunity to join the American Legion.”


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