Florida Legion College
The Florida American Legion College is dedicated to improving leadership skills by stressing personal growth and development. We thank you for taking time from your busy schedule to consider attending this training which is offered on an annual basis. Leadership development can provide opportunities for members to learn what they want to know, to arouse personal initiative, and most of all aids us in developing that characteristic of leadership that lies to some degree within all of us. Knowledge will give us the understanding that a leader is always learning, always doing, always teaching what he/she knows how to work through others and has an understanding of people, post, and community needs.
The college and its course content has been designed to help you do a job more easily and efficiently. Use what you learn to help plan, develop, and carry out the programs in our organization. Use it to review and stimulate your course of action and your position. Use it in connection with The American Legion Officers Guide and Manual of Ceremonies.
Good leadership brings vitality and respect to you and to your organization, always remembering that YOU ARE the organization in the eyes of the public. The Florida American Legion College is designed to assist Leaders and future Leaders of The American Legion and should be used in conjunction with The American Legion Officers Guide, The American Legion Extension Institute and various publications of The American Legion and the Department of Florida.
In November 2016 the Department of Florida Executive Committee voted to form a Florida Legion College Committee. This committee is charged with the responsibility to plan, execute and monitor the college class. The committee membership consists of:
The Florida American Legion College Committee
Department Commander (Rotates Annually)
Department 2nd Vice-Commander (Rotates Annually)
Department Adjutant, Mike McDaniel
Tom Gora, Department Sgt.at-Arms; FALC Chairman
Vickie Van Buren, 4th District Commander; FALC Member
The last FALC Class of 27 graduated on February 18, 2017.
The next scheduled class of the FALC is September 7-9, 2017, and applications will be on-line soon.
Weekly Reports – February 23, 2017
LEGION REPORTS Department Membership Summary Post Membership Summary DMS Transfers SAL REPORTS Detachment Membership Summary Squadron Membership Summary
Douglass M. Burleson Sr.
It is with deep regret that we report the passing of Past 1st District Commander, Douglass “Doug” M. Burleson, Sr., of Pensacola, FL on February 15, 2017 at the age of 70. Doug is survived by his three sons, Douglass read more >