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From the President

Posted on: February 16, 2022

Hometown Heroes Banner Thank You

WWI Banner Lansdowne

The Lansdowne American Legion Post 65 would like to thank the sponsors who made donations for the WWI Lansdowne Veteran Recognition (LVR) banners that were displayed on the various street poles throughout Lansdowne.  It would have not been possible without the donations from the following:

Community Organizations:

  • Neighbors Club sponsored 3 banners
  • St. Philomena Church
  • Lansdowne Fire Company


  • Kelly McShane Harris 
  • Frances Kilcullen
  • Julia Hartman
  • Melissa England
  • John Carp
  • Tony Campuzano

 Lansdowne American Legion Post 65 members:

  • Mike Bair 
  • Bill Horton

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