The Nebraska American Legion Riders are members of either
The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary or The Sons of The
American Legion. Our purpose is to use our common interest and
association to promote the aims and purposes of The American Legion as
well as motorcycle safety awareness.
A primary fundraiser for the Legion Riders of Nebraska is the American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund where the ALR has raised thousands of dollars and contributed many volunteer hours in support of such American Legion Programs.
We support those serving in uniform today through participation in deployment or homecoming ceremonies, funerals, escorts for our fallen heroes, and support of the families left behind. We also participate in community parades, ceremonies and veteran funerals if requested.
|NEBRASKA LEGION RIDER ANNOUNCEMENTS|
RIDERS CAN HELP AMERICAN LEGION (NATIONAL) TRACK THE RIDERS PROGRAM
American Legion Riders across the country are being asked to register their membership status on the American Legion's national web page. By registering at www.legion.org/riders/signup, National can better track the number of Riders in the organization and improve communication with those Riders. Signing up takes less than a minute to complete - be sure to have your membership number (Legion, SAL or Auxiliary) available.
ALR MISSION TRACKER NOW AVAILABLE
ALR Directors now have a new tool to help track their chapter's hours, mileage, number of missions, and number of members. This tracking tool will allow each ALR Director to provide a consolidated report to his or her post. Download a copy of the updated Excel spreadsheet here or contact your Assistant Liaison to have a copy emailed to you. This updated spreadsheet replaces the existing version which contained an error.
NEBRASKA AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS HAS A NEW FACEBOOK PAGE
The Nebraska American Legion Riders has a new Facebook page! The new page, which can be accessed at https://www.facebook.com/nebraskaalr, has alot of good information on upcoming events and news related to all the ALR chapters throughout Nebraska. Thanks to Deb Sonnichsen for getting that started!