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The next meeting will be the 2nd Wednesday of the month, at 7pm.  All members of this Post's Auxiliary are welcome and encouraged to attend.




American Legion Women's Auxiliary (2018)

President Claudine Alvarez

1st vice president Kim Miner

2nd vice president Margie Goodwin

Secretary Guylyn DeMeyere

Treasurer Joan Buck

Chaplain Regina Grabiec

Sergeant at Arms Donna Smith

Asst. Sergeant at Arms Donna Smith

Historian Kim Miner

Members at Large Bev Young, Susie Bailey and Melissa Meyers



If you are a daughter or granddaughter of an American Legion Member or a daughter or granddaughter of a deceased serviceman or woman and can produce a copy of their DD214 or Honorable Discharge you are eligible to join the Auxiliary.


The American Legion Auxiliary is the largest patriotic women's service organization in the world, with near 1 million members.  Affiliated with the American Legion and chartered by Congress in 1920, the Auxiliary is a veteran's service organization with members in nearly 10,000 American communities.

The organization sponsors volunteer programs on the National and Local levels, focusing on three major area: veteerans, young people and the community. We always need new members.  We currently have over 500 members of Post 136 of Florida

Wednesday October 8th is the Ladies Aux. meeting at 7:00PM, kareokee Thursday at 6:30 with Dave & Sandy and Friday nite you can enjoy your dinner with Carla & Wayne's music.

 Q: I am related to someone who served on active duty during one of the membership eligibilty dates. Can I join the Auxiliary of The American Legion?

A: If your relative who served on active duty during one of the membership eligibility dates and is a member of The American Legion, you may join the American Legion Auxiliary of The American Legion.

However, if the qualifying veteran is deceased you may join the appropriate organization, even if the qualifying veteran was not a member of The American Legion when living.

The Ladies Aux. had a great meeting and three new members; however during the meeting it was brought to our attention that a little girl on the Island was playing with her parents American Flag, waving it around, dragging in the ground, our flag is not a toy.

Flag Etiquette states that our flag should fly high, higher than any other flag, it should be properly illuninated at night and take in during foul weatheer.  Display and handling on certain days, such as federal holidays, birthdays of presidents are especially important. The American Flag is not  to be worn as a garment, it should fly high and never touch the ground, and if our flag needs to be retired it should be disposed of in a dignified manner, with all due respect, destroyed preferably by burning, which is ususally done on the 14th of June at any American Legion Post.


Contact your local American Legion Auxiliary Unit, complete the application and proudly join the AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY.

Click on for http://www.legion.org for online details.
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