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Randolph Furey Post 170 Legion Riders Officer's

Director - Emanuel "Black Knight" Lewis

Vice Director - Theodore "Teddy" Washington

Secretary - (open)/Treasurer and Sgt-at-Arms - (open)

Run Coordinator - (open)

Randolph Furey Legion Riders Chapter 170 was stood up on February 25, 2014 with a unanimous vote of the Randolph Furey Post 170 members present at that general membership meeting.

Randolph Furey Legion Riders Memorial Ride honoring Gold Star & Blue Star Mothers and Families on May 5, 2018. Rider's participated from Post 170, other Legion Post and community members. Additional pictures in Photo Gallery.

         

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 Iowa have formed an honor guard called The Five Star Freedom Riders, and Riders in Mulvane, Kansas, founded the Patriot Guard to protect the sanctity of military funerals from protesters. 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 program of Operation Comfort Warriors (OCW), supporting our wounded servicemembers across the nation.  

True to the Legion's grassroots tradition, each chapter manages its programs at the post level, where the best ideas are born. The Riders are part of many projects and events, including:

  • 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.

Legion Riders founded a national movement called “Patriot Guard” (www.patriotguard.org) that honors and protects the sanctity of military funerals and memorial services.

Legion Riders have also begun to teach motorcycle and driver safety in the community and in schools in cooperation with ABATE and other national motorcycling organizations.

Remember: American Legion Riders are a very dedicated group of Legionnaire Family members. When your Post or district sponsors a new Riders organization, you create a win/win situation for your post, district, and Department!

Click on http://www.legion.org for online details.

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