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Aloha Unit 104 Auxiliary collected and packaged move in cleaning and domestic supplies for every apartment. Attending the grand opening (L) Unit President Mary Shields, and (R) Vice President Brooks Lange. Pomeroy Place, was built specifically to respond to the need for more affordable housing for extremely low-income veterans and their families. Pomeroy Place provides 20 units of new, safe, affordable housing for Washington County veterans and their families earning 30% or less of Washington County’s Area Median Income. The development contains 5 one-bedroom units serving veterans who are transitioning from or at imminent risk of homelessness, as well as 10 two-bedroom and 5 three-bedroom units designated for veteran families with children.
Membership_report_2-27-2019 GOAL UNITS: Wamic Unit #135 @ 109.375%, Medford Unit #15 @100%, and Malin Unit #84 @ 130%, and Willamette Falls #5 @ 100%! Great JOB Ladies!
February_13_membership 3 more Units reached Goal! Congrats to Wamic, Medford and Malin!
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Some of our Department of Oregon officers have close genealogical ties to Norway, so they have challenged the American Legion and Auxiliary to wage “Viking Wars” for membership goals this year. The winner will be treated to dinner at a fine Scandinavian restaurant and...read more
Learn more about the American Legion Auxiliary with ALA Academy Want to learn more about the American Legion Auxiliary? ALA members have access to FREE online training with ALA Academy! The American Legion Auxiliary is providing all members with the tools they need...read more
Kathy Dungan, of Wesson, Miss., was elected national president of the American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) during the organization’s 98th National Convention held Aug. 24-30, 2018 in Minneapolis. Dungan, a 40-year member of the American Legion Auxiliary, is eligible for...read more