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American Legion Post 377 Rocks

The American Legion Post 377 really has something for everyone. From having an annual community Haunted House, the hosting of a quinceanera, to holding a tribute to our local first responders, to

Ask Rusty: Survivors Benefit vs. Retirement Benefit

by AMAC-Certified Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor Dear Rusty: I am a 58-year-old widow, born in 1958. My husband, born in 1953, was collecting Social Security Disability benefits when he

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Prepare For an Emergency

by Ed Castellanos Emergency situations such as fire, extreme weather and power outages can happen without warning. By taking the time to prepare for a possible disaster now, you and your family

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A Gift of Time Can Change a Life!

by Amelia Anderson And you don’t even have to wrap it! The Christmas season ushered in a call for help. A fellow at McDonald’s referred my cell to a distraught woman in her 60’s who tearfully

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Camp Louis Routh in Flames Again

With the weather getting colder and damp, a homeless group accidentally set fire to the camp officers’ mess and two out-buildings. The way this is going, there won’t be any camp left. LAFD 77,

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Legion Haunted House a Success

The American Legion members and Boy Scouts put together one of the scariest haunted houses in town. More than a 100 neighbors came and screamed their way out. This was the third annual Haunted

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VHHS Student Celebrates Quincenera at Legion Hall

Ms. Natalia Guadalupe Solano, a sophomore at Verdugo Hills High School, celebrated her Quincenera (15th birthday) at the American Legion Hall for Post 377 on Pinewood Street in Tujunga. The hall

Ask Rusty: College Benefits For The Dependent Child

by AMAC-Certified Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor Dear Rusty: I am an older father, having recently been blessed with another child from my second marriage. I started collecting Social