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Sharon Conatser of Champaign, Ill., was elected national president of the American Legion Auxiliary during the organization’s 95th National Convention in Baltimore, Md., held Aug. 28-Sept 3.
Holocaust survivor and educator Nesse Godin was named the 2015 American Legion Auxiliary Woman of the Year for her tireless efforts in educating our youth of the lessons learned through the Holocaust, why we should be proud Americans, and to always love and care for one another.
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The American Legion Auxiliary National Anthem Challenge builds awareness of the ALA (and, in association, The American Legion Family) and generates community interest in our shared patriotism and love of the greatest country in the world.
Gather a group of unit members – Juniors included! – or the entire American Legion Family to record a video featuring your rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Post the video to Facebook or Twitter, along with a challenge to an individual or another group to sing their version of the national anthem. Use the hashtag #alanationalanthemchallenge.
Hard copies of this in-demand publication, available at a very small quantity, cost more than $60 to be printed, tabbed in large binders, and shipped. We are offering the publication below cost for $45 each which includes shipping (weighing in at more than 7 pounds).
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Be in the know about the latest Auxiliary events and programs. Free to members, Auxiliary magazine is published quarterly. Click the magazine cover to read that issue online.
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The 2013 estimated value of one hour of volunteer service is $22.55, according to the Independent Sector, a coalition of charities, foundations, and corporations that publishes research important to the nonprofit sector. American Legion Auxiliary members have volunteered more than 9.3 million hours for a collective value of service to our veterans, servicemembers, and their families of more than $2.1 billion. That’s quite a global impact, and a powerful number that accentuates who we are, what we do, and why we matter!
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