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Volume 6, Issue 9
March 2015
Commander’s Corner
My Comrades and friends, due to circumstances
beyond my control this will be a short version
of Commanders Corner. I ask you all to continue the work on membership and most of all I
ask you all to continue to give Sr.Vice Commander Lou Brault and all the officers’ 110%
support.
I wish to personally commend Sr.Vice Commander Lou Brault for taking over
for me this year and doing a great Job.
I hope I am well enough to attend the DEC on March 7th.
Membership standings are 36th in the nation, and 8th in the region. There is a lot
of work to do and together you can do it.
MEMBERSHIP MEMBERSHIP MEMBERSHIP
Please note this edition is larger than normal because
attached are the Community Service, Americanism and
Children & Youth Annual Award announcements.
Pages 29 thru 38.
Inside this Issue
Membership
2
Appreciation DVC Starks
15
Legion’s impact on Membership
2
Appreciation DVC Davis
16
National Commander’s Notice
3
National Commander Testimonial
17-18
“We Face Historic Opportunities”
4
Partnership For Kids Bowling
19-20
114th Congress Legislative Priorities
5
District Appreciations
21-22
Editorial
6
Calendar of Events
23
Community Services Community
7
Membership
23
Mass Scholarship
7
S.A.L. Membership
24
Strategic Plan
8
Mobil Market
25
American Legion Weekly 1920
8
Sheffield Post Dinner
26
Boys Stat
9
POW MIA
27
Children & Youth Committee
10-11 How To subscribe
28
National Convention
12-13 Submission Guidelines
28
Appreciation DSVC Brault
14
Find us on Facebook
28
MEMBERSHIP TEAM PAGE 2014-2015
DSVC Louis Brault – Chairman
As we move into the final stretch of membership we are now at the lowest point in membership since 1945
nationwide. As a Dept. we now stand at 33rd ; our lowest point this year. This is way out of the top 12.
Regretfully for the first time since 2010-2011 we more than likely will not make our March 6th goal of 90%.
What if in this month of basketball madness we create our own March madness. There isn’t any reason why
we can’t be that Cinderella Dept. that surges to the top and by the next cut- off date is in the final four?
We sit so close to making the 90% by the 3rd I know we can make the 95% or higher because WE are not just
a good team we are a great family.
By now we all should know what posts need to get help from the coaching staff to move their game to the
next level, Help them with 462. Help them with new members. WE CAN DO THIS !
So let’s get off the bench and help coach (Commander Towers) get into the final four.
How great it would be for him if the commissioner ( National Commander Helms ) comes to the Commonwealth in April and Commander Towers Dept. sits at 95-100% ?
I believe we can do this because we are not just a great team but a wonderful American Legion Family!
“LET’S GO GET THEM TEAM MASSACHUSETTS “
Legion's impact on membership, brand awareness
The American Legion’s National Membership & Post Activities Committee members heard from several National
Headquarters division directors about how their teams are supporting the organization’s five-year strategic plan
through brand awareness.
Examples of membership support shared during the meeting included:
The new Legion family kiosk, which is available for departments, districts and posts to display Legion, Auxiliary, Sons of The American Legion and Legion Riders brochures at events. Each kiosk comes with a starter kit of 100
brochures for each American Legion charity, Legion Family membership applications and the Auxiliary Foundation’s
charities.
National Commander Mike Helm's 4x4 web page allows members and non-members to help the commander
reach his goal of four million members and raise $4 million for Legion and Auxiliary charities. The page allows potential members to join the Legion, Auxiliary, Sons or Riders, and visitors can donate to a charity of their choice and share
success stories about helping the commander meet his 4x4 goal. Click here to visit commander's 4x4 page.
The Legion's new digital marketing campaign, www.thelegionserves.org, raises brand awareness and engagement. The site allows visitors to join, donate, buy merchandise or learn more about the Legion.
Nearly 3,000 American Legion accredited service officers helps members and non-members free of charge
apply for VA benefits or file a claim.
Legion sponsors hundreds of career fairs a year with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce where veterans,
servicemembers and their spouses gain employment. . - See more at: http://www.legion.org/membership/
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Dear Legion Family Members and Friends,
In 2014, The American Legion conducted a survey of more than 3,000 veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injury.
The results were shocking.
Nearly 60 percent of respondents felt no improvement as a result of their
VA treatment plans. Another 30 percent said they terminated their plans
because they did not work.
This is not effective treatment. Through countless interactions with veterans
and families who deal with PTSD and TBI every day, The American Legion
knows that no two cases are the same. No magic pill is going to heal these
wounds. Different treatments, some of which are not recognized by VA,
have to be provided. Not just pills.
Alternative therapies provide more than hope. They provide real solutions
for veterans and their families. Right now, however, the dominant treatment program is drug-based. In the next few years, 1.5 million servicemembers will discharge, up to a third of whom will deal with PTSD. Our nation
must prepare for them with something more, and more effective, than another prescription.
Improved treatment for PTSD, TBI and Military Sexual Trauma are among
the key issues identified in The American Legion’s Legislative Priorities for
the 114th Congress. I testified this week before a joint session of the House
and Senate Committees on Veterans’ Affairs, and lawmakers are in full
agreement that we all must do better on this front.
I add this issue as one category under the bigger challenge for all of us:
transition assistance. Those who are about to leave the service and new
veterans alike report that they are poorly prepared for the jump to civilian
life. Education, training, employment counseling, business opportunities
are all among my highest priorities for the 114th Congress. Other concerns
for veterans in transition, of course, are the continuing backlog of VA benefits and inconsistent ability to access VA health-care facilities.
I ask you to look over the Legislative Priorities for the 114th Congress and
take time to contact your elected representative and push for improvements. It’s the least we can do for this generation of new veterans who
have done such a phenomenal job of keeping foreign terror from our
shores since 9/11.
Michael D. Helm
National Commander
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Commander to Congress “We face historic opportunities”
In a hearing room packed with more than 300 veterans and their families, American Legion National Commander Michael D.
Helm laid out a wide-ranging legislative agenda before members and leadership of the House and Senate Committees on Veterans’
Affairs. “The prevailing concern,” Helm told the lawmakers, “is transition assistance.”
Helm called for action to expand VA-recognized treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury
(TBI). He cited 2014 American Legion survey results that showed 59 percent of PTSD-TBI patients felt no improvement as a result of their VA treatment plans and 30 percent had quit their plans altogether because they did not work.
“For tens of thousands, VA’s current prescription is not working,” Helm said. “This breakdown contributes mightily to the high
rate of veteran suicide, substance abuse and homelessness that our nation – and The American Legion – cannot abide.” He asked
Congress to study alternative treatments and call on VA to accept them. “Introduce and pass legislation that will require VA to
recognize treatments other than those that are measured in miligrams and doses per day.”
During the hearing, Helm fiercely defended VA against any attempts to privatize its health-care system in the long term.
“The American Legion applauded emergency legislation to allow VA patients to use non-VA providers if they were waiting a
month or longer to see doctors, or if they lived far from VA facilities,” Helm testified. “But let me be clear. The American Legion
supports Choice Cards only as a temporary fix to the bigger problem of VA access. We adamantly oppose privatization or the
vouchering out of VA care as a long-term solution. Veterans need VA. It’s up to us to repair the access problem and restore trust,
not send veterans down the road for help somewhere else.”
Helm was introduced to the committee by Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., who calculated the distance from Helm’s home in Norcatur,
Kan., to the nearest VA facilities. “It’s 267 miles to Denver,” Moran said. “It’s 287 miles to Wichita. It’s 287 miles to Omaha and
the nearest CBOC (Community Base Outpatient Center) is 100 miles away. I appreciate the perspective that this commander will
bring about caring for all veterans regardless of where they live in the United States.” Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla, chairman of the
House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, credited The American Legion for setting up Veterans Benefits Centers and potentially
saving lives in response to last year’s scandal. “The American Legion sent expert teams across the country – from Phoenix, Ariz.,
to Bay Pines, Fla., and many places in between,”
Helm also reminded the committee that Americans are still in harm’s way as the Global War on Terrorism continues. “Sadly,
some will come home from the fighting having made the ultimate sacrifice. They will arrive at Dover Air Force Base in coffins
draped by our nation’s enduring symbol of freedom. I will ask once more for Congress to support the majority of Americans in cosponsoring and passing a bill introduced in the House last month that would amend the U.S. Constitution to protect our flag from
desecration.” Helm was joined on the panel by Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation (VA&R) Commission Chairman Ralph Bozella,
VA&R Division Director Lou Celli, Veterans Employment and Veterans Preference Committee Chairman James Fratolillo, Veterans Employment and Education Division Director Joe Sharpe, Legislative Commission Chairman Brett Reistad and Legislative
Division Director Ian DePlanque. - See more at: http://www.legion.org
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114th Congress Legislative Priorities
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Editorial
By PDC John Lenotte
From February 22nd to 25th, American Legion members along with members of the Sons of the American
Legion and American Legion Auxiliary met in Washington, DC.
There were a number of meetings and speakers with updates on issues important to the Legion family and to
veterans in general. The Washington Legion staff did a great job of updating everyone on Legion positions
and potential for legislation to be passed in this session of Congress. Members went to all the Congressional
offices in both the House and Senate. The National Commander also gave testimony to a joint session of the
House and Senate Veterans Affairs Committees. This is all an annual event which is taken very seriously as
the Legion works with Congress to advise and advocate for legislation and funding.
A major issue is funding for national defense. Just watch the news on any channel on any night and you will
see how the war on terrorism is of major concern. Be not deceived, our way of life is being challenged by
terrorists who want to kill anyone who does not follow their beliefs. And there are large nation states who
would challenge democracy on many fronts. This is not the time to cut back on troop strength and weapons
or technology. Just look at the area of cyber security as an additional major area that government and business have to address. The world looks to us to lead as we have since World War 2. Like it or not, this is our
place in the world and in history.
The Veterans Administration (VA) still needs a lot of reform. It has gotten better but still has a long way to
go. This includes medical treatments, where many are indeed getting care but many others still wait for appointments. And claims processing continues to leave a lot to be desired. I just heard a report out of California where thousands of claims were locked away for years without being processed. And investigations
continue. Reform will take a while. We must be vigilant.
As troops do transition to civilian life, this is not the time to cut funds from transition programs. My full
time job is in Human Resources and I constantly see the positive results of these programs in securing jobs
for veterans. More and more companies are stepping up to the plate in hiring veterans but there can always
be more done. Congress continuing tax credits should be continued.
To repeat a theme I use almost monthly, if these and related issues are of concern to you, let our Congressional delegation know. This link http://www.contactingthecongress.org/ will allow you to get to their web site
and send an email. Will you make your voice heard? Please join me in letting Congress know where you
and I stand on these issues.
May God bless our troops, their families and bring them home safe.
John Lenotte, Commander Wilbur M. Comeau Post 4, and Past Department Commander, The American Legion Department of Massachusetts
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Community Service Committee
PDC Leland F. Plummer – Chairman
George “Al” White Memorial Award
Rules and Guidelines
Award Period is from June to May
1. An award shall be given each month to a Post, Unit or Squadron judged to have performed an
outstanding Community Service project for the betterment of the community or the people therein.
2. Entries for this award must be submitted by a Legion Post, Unit or Squadron of the Department of
Massachusetts with a letter or resume of accomplishments, signed and attested to by the Post
Commander and Adjutant, Unit President and Secretary or Squadron Commander and Adjutant.
Documentary proof of accomplishment shall be made to the committee when possible.
3. All entries must be submitted within 45 days of the project.
4. Entries will be judged at the regular Department Community Service Committee meetings.
5. All other entries will be judged at the next meeting.
Mail all entries to the Chairman:
Leland F. Plummer, PDC
51 Shore Drive
Templeton, MA 01468
978-939-4237
Department of Massachusetts Scholarship
Milton K. Lashus, PNEC, Chairman
1.
These Scholarships shall be designated “The Scholarship Fund of the Department of Massachusetts Inc., The American Legion.
2.
The Department of Massachusetts, The American Legion, may grant ten $1,000.00 and ten $500.00 scholarships to be used
towards the expenses of education of the child/grandchild whose parent or grandparent is a current member in good standing
of an American Legion Post within the Department of Massachusetts.
3.
Applications shall be filed on or before April 1, and mailed to: The American Legion, ATTN: Scholarshipp Chairman, Room
546-2, State House, Boston, MA 02133
4.
The Scholarship shall be for the next school year only and limited to incoming freshmen. The scholarship committee will
make its selections before June 1st.
5.
Scholarship payments shall be made directly to the recipient of the scholarship in two equal payments. Payments whall be
made at the beginning of each semester and will be withheld if the student fails to remain in good standing. In the event of
termination during the school year payment must be returned to the Department of Massachusett, The American Legion.
6.
Applications are available from you local Posts or can be obtained by call the Department of Massachusetts, The American
Legion at (617) 727-2966
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Strategic Plan for Sustained Membership Growth - Priorities: Create Brand Awareness
Tactics 2. Utilize marketing expertise to lead a new marketing focus and development of a comprehensive marketing plan to increase clarity of our brand awareness of The American Legion as the
Premier Veterans Service Organization.

Modify and expand the current Marketing committee to add additional expertise in Small
Business Marketing.

Seek out expertise from the local colleges and universities.

Partner with corporations that can share their marketing expertise. Current plans are to partner
with the promoter for American Legion Post 388 Moto Cross to utilize their marketing
expertise.

Early on establish cooperative working relations with the new casinos trying to establish with
in the commonwealth. Cooperative relationships have already been set up with MGM Grand
who have agreed to establish veterans hiring procedures as well as host specific veterans
career fairs. Establish cooperative with other major corporation looking to locate in
Massachusetts to get ground floor access to their marketing and hiring practices.
.
The American Legion Weekly – Volume 2 Issue 8 March 12, 1920
“We Plead Our Own Case”
TO win justice for those who served, The American Legion has carried to the halls of Congress its fight on the
issue so commonly misnomered the "bonus question." In view of the action of the Minneapolis convention on
this matter, the Legion held its hand as long as possible in the hope that it might not be necessary for it to lead a
fight which might appear
inspired by motives of self-profit.
The delegates at Minneapolis magnanimously refused—to take the initiative in favor of beneficial legislation for
undisabled soldiers and sailors, because, as they said in a resolution, "the Legion feels it cannot ask for legislation
in its selfish interest, and leaves with confidence to the Congress to discharge this obligation."
This delicacy, however, seems to have been lost on the Congress in which the convention expressed
"confidence."
After three months so little had been done that the Legion took its case in its own hands. The Legion does not
ask, nor do its members seek, a mere "bonus"—a gratuity, a tip, if you will, for a service rendered when the nation
called; a service
sacred and above the considerations of price and barter.
The Legion does ask that Congress do the square thing by helping the ex-service man to buy a farm, or a home
in town, or complete an education interrupted by the war, or if he stands not in need of any of these things, accord him a readjustment of compensation.
Surely any one of these options is the least that is due the men who went out and fought for a dollar a day and
up while others stayed home and fought for higher wages.
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DEPARTMENT CALENDAR OF EVENTS
3/07/2015
11:00 AM
DEC Mtg
Fairview Post 438 (Chicopee)
3/7/2015
5:00 PM
Hampden County Council Banquet
Chicopee Falls Post 275
3/8/2015
2:00 PM
District 5 County Council Mtg
Shirley Post 183
3/8/2015
2:00 PM
Appreciation Day – DSrVC Brault
Chicopee Falls Post 275
Dalton Post 155
Dalton Post 155
3/12/2015
3/14/2015
7:00 PM
Middlesex County Banquet
Dracut Post 315
3/15/2015
10:00 AM
Combined Meeting
Sutton Post 414
3/15/2015
10:00 AM
District 10 County Council Mtg
Mattapoisett Post 280
3/15/2015
1:00 PM
District 3 County Council Mtg
Wilbraham Post 286 (Hampden VFW)
3/15/2015
2:00 PM
District 8 County Council Mtg
Rockport Post 98
3/21/2015
9:30 AM
District 4 County Council Mtg
Winchendon Post 193
3/21/2015
11:00 AM
The American Legion Family
Union Street Lanes
“Partnership for Kids” Bowling Tour215 Union St, Holbrook
nament
2015 Membership Standings as of
2/27/2015 NEXT TARGET IS 90% BY 3/6/2015
District
Goal
Current
% of Goal
1
BERKSHIRE
1812
1640
90.51%
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
FRANKLIN /HAMPSHIRE
HAMPDEN
WORCESTER
MIDDLESEX
NORFOLK
SUFFOLK
ESSEX
BRISTOL
1783
3244
6304
6070
3523
1668
3270
2465
1532
2895
5628
5338
3116
1489
3087
2255
85.92%
89.24%
89.28%
87.94%
88.45%
89.27%
94.40%
91.48%
10
PLY/BARN/NAN/DUKE
4490
4083
90.94%
98
5416
135
3814
137.76%
70.42%
40143
35012
87.22%
297 CAPITOL HILL
462 HEADQUARTERS
TOTAL 319 POSTS
Please note District Goals have been set based on 2014 End Strength as of July 1st. The National
Goal is a little higher at 40,143 se every district needs to exceed its goals for the Department to
reach 100%. Goals are substantially lower than they were as little as 10 years ago so we can do
this!
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S.A.L. MEMBERSHIP
By: PNC Cliff Smith
Below is a Detachment Membership Report as of February 27, 2015. Congratulations to all of you who
have exceeded targets and special congratulations to those who have already exceeded the 100% mark for
the year.
I want to make a very special notice of Nonantum Squadron 440. They are at an amazing 188.73% for the
year so far and are 63 members over last year. This Squadron continues to grow year after year and have
more than doubled their membership from 2013 to 134 members so far this year. They are truly the example
of how to build a successful Squadron. How do they do this? They work together as a true team and get their
members involved in the programs of the Sons of The American Legion. That is the key!!!!. If you keep your
members involved with our many programs like they do your membership will continue to grow. Members
join our organization because they want to get involved and help promote all the great programs we are involved with for our Veterans, their children, and our local communities. If every Squadron worked together
like Squadron 440 our total Detachment Membership would be double what it is right now. Just think about
that.
Unfortunately, there are still many Squadrons who are way below the 75% goal and many who are still at
zero members renewed. I am sure that there have been members who have paid their dues for 2015 but they
have not been transmitted. This is a real disservice to your members. There are many benefits given to our
members and these are only available if their dues are paid for the year. The Detachment By Laws state that
dues are to be transmitted to the State House no later than 14 days after being paid at the local Squadron.
Holding membership dues is not only bad treatment to your members it is illegal to do so. Working on renewing you current membership must be a number one priority to everyone.
2015 Sons of the American Legion Membership Standings as of
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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2/27/2015
District
Goal
Current
% of Goal
BERKSHIRE
FRANKLIN
/HAMPSHIRE
HAMPDEN
WORCESTER
MIDDLESEX
NORFOLK
SUFFOLK
ESSEX
BRISTOL
PLY/BARN/NAN/
DUKE
244
190
77.87%
271
261
956
1371
808
100
410
270
159
199
675
1001
599
71
292
187
58.67%
76.25%
70.61%
72.85%
74.13%
71.00%
71.22%
69.26%
721
570
79.06%
TOTAL
5415
3943
72.82%
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Sheffield American Legion
Roasted Pork Loin Dinner
Entertainment by:
Willie & Jan Nininger
Featuring:
“Frank & Nancy
Sinatra”
“Sonny & Cher”
“All in the Family”
Tickets:
$15.00 ea.
Questions & Tickets
information Call:
Paul Nardi @ 2292040;
George Oleen@
413-229-6670
Or, Dale Alden@
413-229-8163
Saturday, March 28, 2015
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Tickets: $15
To benefit the: Post 340 activities (Seating Limited to 120)
Tickets available from
Members of Post 340
Sheffield Post Hall,
619 N. Main St.
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