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VA Maryland Health Care System


American Legion Dorchester Post 91 Contributes Over $50,600 For Veteran Patients Throughout Maryland


Members of the American Legion Dorchester Post 91 in Cambridge, Md., recently donated over $50,600 to the Veterans Affairs (VA) Maryland Health Care System to benefit Veteran patients throughout the state.

The Post donated $26,152 for the purchase of new equipment and coffee supplies for the Cambridge VA Outpatient Clinic; $13,500 for three large screen televisions for patient waiting areas at the Baltimore and Perry Point VA Medical Centers; and $11,000 for the purchase of an ice machine for the Loch Raven VA Community Living & Rehabilitation Center.  

“The American Legion Dorchester Post 91 has been instrumental in supporting the needs of Maryland’s Veterans for many years,” said R. David Edwards, chief of Public & Community Relations for the VA Maryland Health Care System.  “Their continued generosity has helped to enhance the services and programs we provide to Veterans throughout the state.”