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  • AUG   3 - Post Monthly Meeting
  • AUG  10 -  Auxiliary Monthly Meeting
  • AUG  18 - Post Monthly Dinner

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Latest News:

Winners of the A&G and Oratorical contests from Hilliard Davidson High School, with past Franklin County Council Commander and Post 614 Americanism Chair Bill Schnug and Post 614 Commander (elect) Tom Rowe!

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The American Legion

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2016 Memorial Post 614 Legion Family Christmas Party!

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2016 Veterans Day Parade! (Click Here for Flash Slide Show)

2016 Veterans Day Parade! (Click Here for HTML version Slide Show)

This is Brett Phillabaum of Two Men And A Truck® here in Columbus, OH.
We realize that time is a limited resource and that this is an interruption to your day, but what better way to determine if it makes sense to begin a partnership.
With an unrivaled commitment to the well being of our employees, we’re dedicated to providing the framework needed for each to exceed their life’s full potential.
We have found that more often than not, an applicant is applying because of career opportunities. We have taken notice to this and developed a training program to set our employees up for success.
In fact, 90% of our leadership team started in frontline positions.
We have one simple goal: To move people forward.
If this makes sense, would you entertain a phone call in the next few weeks?

Thanks for your time,

Brett Phillabaum
Human Resources Assistant Manager
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK©

5083 Westerville Road
Columbus, OH 43231
614-901-1570 XT 106 (office) l 614-901-1577 (fax)

2015 July Fourth Parade American Legion Post 614 Float! (Click Here for Slide Show)

JOB POSTING

Job Posting Contact:
Tara Henderson
Director, Department of Ohio
Note: Interested candidates should send resumes to henderson@ohiolegion.com
IT Specialist Customer Support
Salary: $15-$20/hour
Functional Area: Program Management
Relocation: No
City/State: Delaware, OH
Travel: 10%
Department: OHIO
Education Required: Bachelors in Information Technology or related field.
Employment Type: Full Time

Responsibilities:

  • IT Support
  • Windows Server Administration & Network Management
  • Website Data Integration and Management
  • Salesforce Integration and Maintenance
  • Application Support, Integration & Management
  • Help Desk & End User Hardware & Software Support (includes remote locations)
  • Customer Service Dispatching and Front Desk Support
  • Proactively protect the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of information processed by the company.
  • Work independently sitting with end users to:
  • Carry out complex assignments requiring the development of new or improved procedures to increase efficiencies and profitability wherever possible.
  • Translate end user business requirements into functional design and technical specifications to deliver the agreed upon functionality.
  • Help develop & implement new policies, procedures, and processes to increase efficiency & profitability.
  • Provide training to team members in the use of new technology where needed.
  • Help define business and systems requirements for new technology implementations, including business case justifications and cost/benefit analysis
  • Conceptualize & communicate IT capabilities to help guide business leaders in the continuous improvement of business processes
  • Champion solutions to address business needs through technology


Position Requirements:

  • MUST BE A VETERAN!
  • Experienced IT professional skilled in a variety of disciplines and able to apply those skills in a dynamic environment while delivering exceptional customer service to those we support.
  • Bachelor’s degree in IT with two to four years of related work experience. Prefer IT certifications such as: Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certification, Cisco wireless certifications (CCNA Wireless, CCNP Wireless and CCIE Wireless), ITIL Foundation certification.
  • Proven organizational, analytical, problem-solving, and project management skills Must possess a high level of self-motivation with keen attention to detail.
  • Very strong customer service oriented mind-set with the ability to work with all levels of employees
  • Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal, and business communication skills. Candidates must be able to present ideas in business-friendly and user-friendly language
  • Willingness and ability to support team members and equipment outside a traditional office setting including those statewide (some overnight travel may be required)
  • Strong technical knowledge with a broad understanding of Microsoft and Salesforce.
  • Valid driver license, auto insurance and reliable transportation is required.
  • Ability to pass a background check.
  • Business Casual attire and professional appearance and demeanor required.
  • Ability to sit, stand, bend and lift to 25lbs.
  • Ability to travel statewide for department events.
  • Can-do attitude!
  • The American Legion Department of Ohio
    DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS
    60 Big Run Road
    Delaware, Oh 43015-8007

American Legion Riders of Post 614! (Pictured L-R: John Sires (Vice President), Dean Jacobs (Sgt @ Arms), Tim Shigley (President), Bill Ihrig (Road Captain), Nina Motter, Colleen McGinnis (Secretary), Tom Rowe (Road Captain), and Eric Sandkuhl) (Click Here for Larger Picture)

Wounded Warrior Amputee Baseball
So you have time to plan….The event is free (they’ll ask for a donation) and we are working to get a special are to park our bikes
Link: http://woundedwarrioramputeesoftballteam.org/event/columbus-oh-2/

Legion Riders, Legionnaires, Sons, & Auxiliary:
American Legion member Robert Goza (Groveport 486) lost virtually everything due to a severe sewage backup/damage caused by a recent flood in Pickerington, Ohio.
Robert has children, a boy and a girl, (Elias 3 and Jasmine 4 1/2) who lost all of their toys due to the rise of sewage in his house.
I am heading an effort to help Robert and his family, and it would be nice to have the Legion Riders of Ohio step up with some toys for the kids; but anyone can help.
We can coordinate a toy run for a future date (soon) to collect the toys and present them to the Goza family.
Please email me directly with anyone who is willing to help out at shigley710@yahoo.com
Here is a link to the WCMH Channel 4 news story that aired yesterday evening.

http://nbc4i.com/2017/07/19/pickerington-continues-to-clean-up-after-flooding/

TIM SHIGLEY
Judge Advocate & Parliamentarian
American Legion Department of Ohio
12th District Council & Memorial Post 614

President, American Legion Riders Memorial Post 614
Hilliard, Ohio


NOTARY PUBLIC
Cell: 614-202-9283 
"FOR GOD AND COUNTRY"

Steve Stivers Serving Ohio's 15th District

What is your experience with the National Flood Insurance Program?

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is broken.  The program’s flawed design gives all taxpayers and many flood insurance policyholders a raw deal. 

According to the National Resources Defense Council, there are tens of thousands of properties in the program that have flooded multiple times - including one home that has flooded 40 times and has received over $400,000 in flood insurance payments. This kind of wasteful spending is unacceptable and unfair.  But until we make needed reforms to the program, lower-risk policyholders will continue to pay higher premiums than they should to cross-subsidize these properties while taxpayers foot the bill of an actuarially unsound program.

With the Flood Insurance Program facing a debt of $25 billion to Treasury, all of us are stakeholders in the program’s future.  So whether you own a flood insurance policy or not, I want to know what you think about the Flood Insurance Program and its pending reauthorization.  I invite you to Click here to take my survey.

Taxpayers should not be paying to keep a government programs like these afloat. It is my hope we can incorporate private sector participation to bring in choice, competition, and to take some of the burden off of tax payers. 

RETIRED JUSTICE EVELYN LUNDBERG STRATTON'S

VETERANS' CRIMINAL JUSTICE & MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES NEWS

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July 9, 2017

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04/25/2017 12:29 PM EDT

 

Columbus VA Extends Urgent Care Hours to Serve Veterans. Beginning May 1, 2017, the Urgent Care Center will be open 7 days a week; additional services also offered on weekends.

Every Tuesday Clippers Home Game in 2017, The Columbus Clippers will recognize Military & First Responders personnel in several ways:

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Post 614 has initiated a veteran's memorial program to recognize ALL veterans at the Hilliard Veteran Memorial which is located near the Senior Center.  Pavers can be engraved with the veteran's name and other information pertinent to that veteran.  Please click here to open the paver form to be completed and mailed with your check for $100 to the American Legion Memorial Post 614, PO Box 1120, Hilliard. OH 43026.  Orders received for these memorialized engraved pavers by April 15, 2013, will be in place prior to Memorial Day 2013. Future memorialized engraved pavers will be in place for the 4th of July, Labor Day, and Veterans Day when paver orders are received six weeks prior to the holiday each year.

Click here to open the paver order form.

American Legion Quick Facts

National American Legion

Focusing on service to veterans, servicemembers and communities, The American Legion currently has about 2.4 million members in 14,000 posts worldwide.

Legion History

The American Legion was chartered by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization. Focusing on service to veterans, servicemembers and communities, the Legion evolved from a group of war-weary veterans of World War I into one of the most influential nonprofit groups in the United States.

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