Oklahoma Veterans - Come out to The American Legion 2018 Convention July 13-15, 2018


The American Legion Department of Oklahoma

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Congratulations to the Winners of the "10 Guns Drawing"

Pat K. - Mannford, OK Ruger 380ACP w/Laser

James M. - Kellyville, OK Henry .17 HMR Rifle

Jessica R. - Ochelata, OK Henry .45 Colt Big Boy

Phil H. - Tulsa, OK Henry Lever Action .22 Rifle

Bro B. - Lawton, OK Mossberg 935 Turkey Shotgun

Jessie M. -Jennings, OK SIG Model 1911 We The People 45 ACP

Brian H. - Owasso, OK Thompson .50 Caliber Bone Collector

Brian M. - Blanchard, OK Weatherby PA-08 12Ga

Butch P. - Enid, OK Thompson .50 Caliber Muzzleloader

Eileen B. - Skiatook, OK Ruger AR 556

Congratulations to the Winners of the 2018 Annual Sweepstakes drawing held at our Department Convention, July 14, 2018.

Cal A. - Muskogee, OK $2,000.00 dollars

Rhonda A. - Jay, OK $1,000.00 dollars

Ernest Q. - Oklahoma City, OK $100.00 dollars

John V. - Sallisaw, OK $100.00 dollars

Robert K. - Carrier, OK $100.00 dollars

Vernon H. - Weatherford, OK $100.00 dollars

James V. - Seiling, OK $100.00 dollars

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