American Legion invites youth to participate in Patch Program

The program gives junior members an opportunity to learn about patriotism, leadership, health and more.

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Youth can learn about the American Legion Auxiliary , volunteering in the community and serving U.S. veterans through the American Legion Auxiliary Patch Program.

The program gives junior members an opportunity to increase their knowledge of patriotism, citizenship, leadership, health and fitness, according to a news release from the organization.

Juniors can be involved with the Patch Program individually or as a group. Juniors in grades 9-12 can now earn the Goodwill Patch, which focuses on goodwill in the American Legion family. Four activities must be completed of nine choices to earn the patch.

For more information on the Patch Program, or to become a Junior Auxiliary member, contact Cloquet American Legion Auxiliary President Penny Buran at 218-590-0503.

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