Post 102 participates in Camp-O-Ree

Anoka’s Edward B. Cutter American Legion Post 102 and the post’s American Legion Auxiliary took part in the 43rd annual Legionville Camp-O-Ree weekend Sept. 6-9 on the shores of Long Lake at Brainerd.

Anoka’s Edward B. Cutter American Legion Post 102 and the post’s American Legion Auxiliary took part in the 43rd annual Legionville Camp-O-Ree. Photo submitted

Anoka’s Edward B. Cutter American Legion Post 102 and the post’s American Legion Auxiliary took part in the 43rd annual Legionville Camp-O-Ree. Photo submitted

All proceeds from Camp-O-Ree go to keep Legionville and its programs running. Legionville School Patrol Training Center Inc. is the only one of its kind in the country. It was established by the Minnesota American Legion for the purpose of training young people in the correct school patrol procedures.

Legionville is seeking funds to upgrade this facility in order to make it a year round facility that can be used by veterans and for other activities along with the patrol training.

This event was attended by department and 10th District officers.

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