Veterans of Foreign Wars  

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     History of Ladies Auxiliary

   Since 1914 the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States has worked to ensure that America's veterans will not be forgotten and those who need assistance will get it.  To help achieve those goals, each year donations are made to help make life better for active-duty military personnel, veterans and their families, and America's communities.  With more than 600,000 members in the United States, Guam and Panama, the Ladies Auxiliary VFW actively supports our troops as well as veterans and their families.

   Since the War on Terror began, care packages have been sent to troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Qatar and other locations around the world.  Members also donate to Operation Uplink which supplies free long-distance calling cards to active-duty military and hospitalized veterans to help them stay in touch with their families.

   Ladies Auxiliary VFW Members are...
         Wives 
         Widows 
         Mothers 
         Foster/stepmothers (who performed duties of parent) 
         Grandmothers 
         Daughters 
         Granddaughters 
         Foster/stepdaughters (who attained status prior to age sixteen and for whom duties of parent were performed) 
         Sisters, half sisters, foster and stepsisters (who attained that status prior to age sixteen) 
...of persons who were or are eligible for membership in the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.  Members must be citizens of the United States and at least 16 years old.

President Sandy Griffith
Senior Vice Juanita Lopez
Junior Vice Melissa Hogarth
Chaplain Teddi Kegresse
Secretary Nancy Neal
Treasurer Mary Lou McGuffle
Conductress Janelle Mathis
Guard Joyce Young
     Trustees:
1 Year Minerva Rivera
2 Year Mary Crowley
3 Year Margaret Dixon













 




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