Just when you think you’ve seen it all, you meet someone who’s seen so much more. Meet 110-year-old American Legion Auxiliary member Pauline Angleman.In Angleman’s lifetime, there have been two world wars, 20 U.S. Presidents, hundreds of monumental inventions … and the establishment of the ALA in 1919. Angleman, a member of ALA Unit 313 in Larkspur, Calif., remains active with the Auxiliary. For example, she continues to raise money at her donation table on Poppy Days. She said she has always been proud to tell people that she belongs to the American Legion Auxiliary, the world’s largest women’s patriotic service organization.“The American Legion Auxiliary helps so many people, and I’m proud to be part of that. I’ve always felt that if I could help somebody a little bit, I was delighted to do that. So, ALA has been the place for me!” added Angleman, who just entered her 42nd year of continuous ALA membership. A Paid Up For Life member, Angleman had been the president of Unit 313 for 12 years — starting when she was 90 years old. She also remains active in her personal life, keeping up with friends and family … and doing many of her own home chores, including gardening and housekeeping. She still drives her car to her local grocery store, her local drug store, and to several other destinations to handle errands that don’t take her too far from home. Angleman said she passed her driver’s test recently and her license is good for another five years.What’s her secret to a long, active life? “If I knew, I would bottle it and sell it!” Angleman said.