Welcome to the American Legion
Auxiliary Department of Oregon

Oregon is a part of the national organization of the American Legion Auxiliary, founded in 1919.  For almost a century the American Legion Auxiliary has been serving, helping, and meeting the needs of our nation’s veterans, military, and their families. As the Department of Oregon, we are MISSION DRIVEN. With the strength of our membership exceeding 5,000, we strive daily to help military families cope with the enormous effects of deployment and transition. We are passionate about our programs supporting youth development and encourage you to explore and engage!  ♥  JOIN & Follow us on Facebook


Due to a lack of participation, Oregon Girls State has been canceled.  The decision was made for us due to the situations with our schools having teachers and counselors being moved around within the system and our Units also had an equally tough year with many not meeting in any form. We did try to combine with the Oregon Boys State Program but they only had two boys apply.
The Department of Delaware has graciously invited our girls to attend their program. The girls will get the education we would have given them and make contacts that are far more reaching than just in Oregon. They are not charging any fees to attend and our committee will be able to sign in and watch. 
CALL TO CONVENTION has been sent out – Convention is happening at Seven Feathers in Canyonville  starting June 23, 2021. 2021_ALA_Convention_Call;      2021_Convention_Lodging;    2021_Convention_Meals
Dept President Kathi and husband Fred at Fall DEC:



Here is the latest American Legion Legionnaire June_Legionnaire_2021
Resolutions to be considered at Convention are under the NEWS link at top of this page, then Convention Tab
National Commander Oxford will be visiting American Legion Posts and other veterans facilities in Oregon during June 28 – July 2. Commander Oxford and Officers of the American Legion Department of Oregon and Past National Commander Charles E. Schmidt (American Legion Post 63, Harney County) will visit local American Legion Posts in Sisters, Redmond, Bend and La Pine. 



NOTICE: Several newsletters and calendars from Posts and Units around the state are now on this website!  Go to NEWS, then click on the Unit News tab to check them out and plan on attending a dinner or function!  Let’s support each other!

Membership reports are under the News link (above) under the Membership tab

New Updated Policies for 2020-21  are available underNEWS, then Bulletins tab – note Poppy, Americanism, AEF have updates.

2020-21 Bulletins and Questionnaires are available under the NEWS link above, go to the Bulletins tab




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Veterans, Military, and their Families